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Linda from wahoo, NE on Jan 30, 2013
My Corgis dug in and really enjoyed the chews with the small siza lasting about 40 minutes. My Corgis are monter chewers and make short work of Horns, hooves, rawhides and eveny femur bones.
jim from Boise on Jan 29, 2013
Being the owner of 2 Labradors, I am on a constant quest to find chews that are healthy and can stand up to the punishment of a Lab. The sales person told me that these should last up to a week. So, I bought two large HMC in hopes of finding the perfect chew. I was very happy with the healthy ingredients in these to start. I was not so happy with the length they lasted.
They lasted 24 minutes and 36 minutes each.
Onward my quest goes....
cathy from Seattle WA on Jan 24, 2013
Henri is allergic to a variety of meats and grains. It is difficult to find something he can chew on. He loves the Himalayan dog chews!! We recently bought another brand - by looks and ingredients, it was the same. Henri knew otherwise and did not really care for it. He hardly chewed it .... we then bought another Himalayan chew and he is busy busy chewing away! Thanks for a great product my dog enjoys!
Amanda from Portland, OR on Jan 08, 2013
Our dog loves these! Even though she is a puppy she can entertain herself for an hour or more with one of these and they last a long time! A way safer alternative to icky rawhides or bones. For those who say that their dogs are throwing them up you probably need to limit their time with them and watch them. They should not be getting big pieces off. I love that these are not factory produced and that they have a fabulous taste (to dogs :) )
Marros from Milwaukee, WI on Dec 20, 2012
Of all chews tried this is Druid's favorite (GSD/cattledog) which he works at until it's gone. Concerning weight gain I'm curious about calories. Am guessing low, seemingly preferable to hi calorie rawhide. Interesting that a milk product can be made so hard! Agree with Lisa R regarding purchase economically for a steady supply!