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JoAnne ONeill from Madison Twp. on Jan 29, 2012
Oh I completely disagree as far as being fragile goes! If they were fragile how would they last so long!! I have a 20lb. dog and a 120lb dog! They both love them! Most importantly they are good for them and they last sooo long! They lick and chew them for hours at a time! Almost like giving a baby a pacifier!! I highly recommend them and I rarely do that unless I'm completely satisfied and that I am!!
Amy from Milwaukee WI on Jan 25, 2012
I'm really dissapointed, as they keep breaking. I bought two. The first one I bought fell off a small coffee table onto a wood floor and broke into two small pieces. I called you, and you sent me a replacement for the broken one. I gave my puppy that one, and he dropped it on wood floor - and yup, it broke! Stupid me didn't return the third one to the store - I gave it to him. Again -- as soon as he dropped it from his mouth onto a hard floor it broke into a couple of pieces. The pieces are small enough that I can only let him chew on them for a few minutes and then I have to take them away. Awfully expensive for a chew that is this fragile. I will NOT be buying these again!
Lauren from Ontario on Jan 12, 2012
I've bought these chews a few times and my dogs love them. I buy the x-large chew and they do last a long time if you monitor and give them the chew for short periods of time. I have a Bull Terrier and a Basenji/Cattle Dog mix. I give them the chew for 15 minutes, once a week. Doing this, the chew lasts about a month and a half. The chew are great and my dogs will continue to enjoy them.
e dub from ventucky, ca on Dec 29, 2011
what tricks are there to make a vaguely interested chi take to this like he does bully and rawhides? i tried a tip soaked in hot water get the party started, but it did not really do much, and i also tried to microwave to soften, but he doesn't take to it for long, trying to bite off pieces and still less able to chew because it is rock hard and squarish...he is a happy bone cruncher and rawhide chewer so this a fail...
btw - the comment validation code process sucks, erasing comments if the code is wrong -- it should say case sensitive -- weak
Megan from Santa Monica, CA on Dec 17, 2011
My 13 month old cavalier king charles loved these. (Bully sticks were too rich and smelled awful) When they would get down to the last inch I would throw them away because I didn't want him to choke. Then someone at the pet store recommended microwaving the ends to turn them into biscuits. I did. Two days later after throwing up for 4-5 hours straight I took my dog to the vet and learned he has pancreatitis! The himalayan dog chew was the only thing he had eaten besides his food. His regular vet and the vets in the animal hospital agreed that the dog chew was the cause of the pancreatitis.