- Item Weight: 1.6 pounds
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- ASIN: B004M9VST2
- Item model number: 416078
- Average Customer Review: 236 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,682 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Redbarn Pet Products Redbarn Hooves
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- Delicious All Natural Beef Hooves
- Exercises Teeth And Gums
- Provides endless chewing entertainment
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Red Barn Naturals Hooves Dog ChewsRed Barn hooves are 100% all natural beef hooves. Hoof dog chews are a great way to exercise teeth and jaws. Our hoof dog chew is bursting with flavor for endless chewing entertainment.
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Ingredients100 percent beef hooves
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These hooves are fantastic for any devout chewer who likes them. That's probably the only caveat--not all dogs like them. We have three dogs of our own, plus a granddog that is often staying with us. Our dogs are not overly enthusiastic about these hooves. The same thing cannot be said of our grand dog. She is probably the worst chewer I have ever seen (she's about 9 months old, a dachshund mix) She can become incredibly destructive for such a small dog, and all it takes is boredom plus access, and bingo, she's multiplied that into a mess compounded by destroyed item. She's not picky either--her most recent stay was a flannel shirt, countless hair ties, the ties for a hood in a fleece jacket, a quilt, four blankets, 2 Nylabones for puppies, 1 shoe...and probably something I haven't noticed yet. Obviously, we would prefer her to chew on something that wasn't going to hurt her or anger us.
We gave her one of our old dogs' hooves out of sheer desperation after the Nylabone was devoured (it was one of those soft puppy ones). It was a hit, but it only lasted so long. We weren't crazy about going to the local pet shop (it's cold, it's the holiday season, and who wants to go shopping anyhow?) where we would pay $1.25 per hoof. We apparently caught them on sale on Amazon--they've already gone up. It was a deal, and we didn't have to go anywhere.
We have distributed the hooves at strategic points in the house. We also have not had anything desirable destroyed in the 24 hours since the hooves were delivered. It takes her about 3-5 days to destroy/devour one. They have never broken off in a large chunk that could be a choking hazard, whether it was with her or any other dog I have seen chew on hooves.
I have never noticed an odor with any of the hooves. These hooves arrived clean, well scrubbed, so I have no worries about them bringing in some obscure disease or bacteria. The company selling these is based in Kansas, and there is nothing on the package to tell me what their actual country of origin is. I'm hoping it means that they are a product of the USA. I love giving them because they naturally appeal to dogs and puppies to chew on them and are a natural product as well. Most dogs don't destroy them as regularly as this puppy does--our old dog, in her youthful days, would gnaw on the same hoof for a couple of weeks.
The hooves are hollow inside, which means if you have a dog that is not overly interested, you can stuff them with something interesting to help inspire that interest.
Our vet suggested we switch to hooves, because they're natural, durable, and cheaper. We've tried a few different brands, and these are the thickest and most durable. They also seemed to avoid splintering. They smell kind of like wet leather when being chewed, but it's a 'natural' smelling order that we've gotten used to.
The dogs love them, we love the price and durability.
Pro tip: If you need your pups preoccupied for a while, Cover the inside of them with peanut butter. They won't know, or care, about anything else in the world for at least a half hour.