Ingredients : Dry male private part. (The petco censor won't let me use the anatomically correct term) Long collagen fiber. Like tendons. Very nutritious.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
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Bully sticks are healthy for any dog, but just like any treat or toy after a while they will get small enough for the dog to swallow and must be given with supervision(please see previous answer to this question).
I advise all pet owners to use bully stick over rawhide as it is easily digestible, doesn't stain floors or carpeting, doesn't have to have added manufacturers ingredients, and less worry over stomach issues due to lack of digestion.
As far as what they're made of, well generally they're termed as beef muscle, but ask any locally operated pet store and they'll tell you straight out they're male cow anatomy (for lack of a better pc term).
Hope this helps!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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As a past owner of an English Bulldog i wouldn't recommend giving this to your dog. Every time I had tried to give mine one or a rawhide (which I was told by the breeder & vet that they should NOT have) she wouldn't be able to digest it. It would get soft & chewy then she'd swallow it, which would follow by it getting stuck in her throat & her throwing it all up. So unless you like cleaning up foamy sticky slime I would stay away from any form of rawhide, dried muscle, or any dried/cooked bone. The ingredients say that it is made entirely of dried beef muscle, that gets soft & chewy when wet. Hope that helps.
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