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Himalayan Dog Chew Natural Dog Treat
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- Ancient recipe from the Himalayas
- All natural ingredients: yak and cow milk, salt and lime juice
- Guaranteed analysis: protein 526 -percent carbohydrates 303-percent fat 09 -percent ash food 60 -percent moisture 102 -percent
- No preservatives
- About 2-inch around and 6-inches in length
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The Original Himalayan Dog Chew is a very long lasting dog chew. Himalayan Dog Chews are made by boiling yak and cow milk and then dried for several weeks to create a hard chew. Dogs must work the end of the treat for hours, softening it with their mouths before small parts of it can be slowly scraped off. It is 100-percent natural with no preservatives. It is an authentic type of cheese eaten by the people of the Himalayas. When you give this Himalayan Dog Chew to your dog, you know that you are providing them with hours of high quality eating entertainment. Packaged by weight, quantities and size vary.
Size: Large 3.3 oz Single
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IngredientsAll Natural Ingredients: Yak and Cow Milk, Salt and Lime Juice
DirectionsAs with any dog treat, please supervise your dog(s) when eating our treats and be cautious to discard when all potential hazard presents itself (i.e. small pieces, choking, indigestion etc).
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I first learned of this treat from a booth at the Portland Pet Expo, and it has turned out to be an excellent, safe chew for our golden retriever puppy. When we first gave it to her, she absolutely loved it and chewed it for 15+ minutes straight, which was quite an attention span for our then 11 week old puppy. The pet expo sold samples at a discount, but said the retail price for this size chew was ~$24, so I was glad to find it on amazon for so much less.
The himalayan chew is a combination of cow and goat cheeses, which is smoked for 7 months to produce a very hard chew which softens with puppy slobber. It does not stain, smell, or splinter. The only potential risk is a choking hazard as the chew gets small (what bone doesn't have this risk?). However, we learned a trick at the pet expo that most people here don't know:
DON'T throw away the treat. When it gets so small you worry about choking, take it away and let it dry then microwave it for 10-15 seconds. The small chunck will get 3+ times larger, and will be less dense as a result. Now it is safe again to give to your pet as a quick treat. This way there is no waste, and your pet enjoys every last bit of it.
EDIT: I have noticed it takes more like a minute in the microwave to fully expand. Your results may vary depending on the microwave power - just keep an eye on it and stop when it is no longer expanding.
Now that we have had two himalayan chews around the house for five weeks, our golden isn't quite as crazy about it as when we first got it, but she will still happily chew it over most of her toys and treats, and she hasn't finished either one yet. She still won't chew it for more than 15-20 minutes at a time, so it has time to dry out and harden again between chewing sessions. For larger dogs and more agressive chewers, I would expect that it wouldn't last nearly as long since it will stay softer as they keep chewing for longer times.
There are four ingredients, so even my allergy prone dog can eat them! She absolutely loves them and they're one of her favorite treats. Buy the sizes they recommend for your dog (done in weigh). I got a larger one for my mini Schnauzer once and she ended up breaking it into smaller pieces anyway. She'll carry these all over the house and is quiet and happily occupied for a good long time when she has one. I usually throw it out when it's small enough she could choke on it, but that takes a long time to happen. I definitely recommend these to people with active chewers. (Cats may like these too? I have no idea). My dog eats a greenie in less then 5 minutes, so anything that keeps her occupied makes me happy!