Want the Best Chew for Heavy Chewers? Try Bully Sticks!
buy antabuse online canada Because of Topher’s intense chewing habits, we’ve tested just about every chew on the market. If we can get at least thirty minutes out of a chew, we’ll call it a success. Note: there are very few natural chew options that can last thirty minutes.
buy diflucan pill After two years or testing and trying, we’ve found a good rotation of a variety chewing options for our power chewing dog: from real bones, to Nylabones, to occasionally letting him chew the stuffing out of his toys. But our favorite chew, by far, has to be the bully stick.
Bully sticks might rank as the highest option on Topher’s treat meter (or at the very least, top three), to the point where having a bully stick in your hand gives you wizard-like abilities to command our dog to do just about anything (if you can quiet that voice in your head reminding you that yes, you are holding onto a dried bull’s penis right now). Topher doesn’t get nearly as excited for other chews or toys, which I think is a testament to their quality.
However, a continuous supply of bully sticks for Topher can get expensive. We dole out bully sticks at times when Topher is working hard and deserves a treat he can take and work on—usually, when people are over or when holiday season is in full swing, as I mentioned. Recently I turned, as I usually do, to Best Bully Sticks to stock up on chews for upcoming holiday fun, as we head into the season.
Best Bully Sticks is an all-natural dog treat company that carries a huge line of all kinds of dog products—from treats to toys, and much more. However, they’re well known for their all natural bully sticks, as you may have guessed from their name. All their bully sticks are made with 100% beef, all from free range and grass fed bulls that are inspected and approved by the USDA/FDA and national food inspection authorities. This is very important to us, because we’re choosy when it comes to what Topher is allowed to chew on and eat.
Plus, when it comes to variety and value, the selection at Best Bully Sticks simply cannot be beaten.
A ten inch bully stick will usually last at least a solid hour, sometimes more—it all depends on how engaged Topher is in chewing. Not to mention, bully sticks are also one of the only chews that keep his attention for over an hour. He’ll chew bones of any variety (we trade between real ones, Nylabones, and the Hurley dog bone) usually for only about twenty to thirty minutes, or not at all, if something interesting is happening in the house.
Bully sticks are also 100% digestible, which we love because it means there’s very little cleanup. All that chewing is probably pretty good for Topher’s teeth as well. So far, we’ve never had any unpleasant accidents or surprises after Topher has eaten a bully stick, unlike the few times we tried letting him have more processed chews like rawhides, etc.
So if you’re looking for a natural chew that your dog will go bonkers for, I’d say look no further. And I highly recommend shopping the sale items at BestBullySticks.com to get even more bang for your buck.
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