Himalayan Dog Chew.
Bully Stix, raw marrow bones and kongs filled with peanut butter and frozen and occaissionally wholesome hides which Anna doesn’t like. The afternoon longer lasting treat menu is getting pretty dull around here so yesterday we tried “Himalayan Dog Chews.” The ad says they “come from an ancient recipe of the people of the Himalayas. In the mountains at more than 15 000 feet it is made using traditional methods with Yak and Cow Milk and all natural products and no chemicals or artificial preservatives. Himalayan Dog Chew is a very hard chew making for a long lasting treat (depending on the size and eating habits of your dog). We suggest that you supervise while your dog enjoys any chew treat. Ingredients: Yak and
Cow Milk Salt and Lime Juice. Guaranteed Analysis: Protein 52.6 % Carbohydrates 30.3% Fat 0.9 % Ash Food 6.0 % Moisture 10.2 % Sizing: L: Recommended for Large Breeds I 1 piece (total 3.5 oz)”
The treats are a bit pricey (when you are buying four) at about $12 each, but my pups and my sanity are worth it that is IF these are truly long lasting.
The picture above is after Maddie and Harry, both good chewers, knawed in the afternoon. Anna did not like it and Ruby is a delicate chewer. I must say, by the time they went to sleep last night, Harry and Maddie had eaten theirs…..but that was several HOURS later. So for those of you with a normal number of dogs this treat might be affordable at your house.