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Andrea from Venice, FL on Jan 31, 2010
I have a lab mix and a dachschund and I was thrilled that there was a natural bone out that would be made for truly aggressive chewers. I was told that this would be a perfect chew bone for the solidly aggressive chewers. Unfortunately, my dogs had about an inch left of the large one in about an hour. I would not recommend this bone for truly aggressive chewers because the piece gets to an end and I was worried that one of them could swallow/choke on it. And like the others said, the bone is rather pricey- perfect for medium chewers but not for aggressive ones.
Holly from Oregon on Jan 13, 2010
Just bought these for my dogs for the first time tonight. I have two medium pointer mixes that are very aggressive chewers. The store only had medium sized ones, and I would have preferred to get the biggest size possible, but no such luck. My dogs have mowed through them though. They have had them for an hour and a half, and are down to about 2 inches left. They really love them, but they don't last as long as I had hoped. They are pretty expensive, which I would have considered okay, if they did last a super long time... Overall, they are well-liked by the dogs, but too spendy to give to them regularly since they don't last much longer than a rawhide.
Kathleen from Far Hills, NJ on Jan 02, 2010
my mini goldendoodle puppy (5 mos) loves this chew! She is really teething and working quite hard on it and it lasts and lasts. I am not a fan of rawhide, greenies, and all that chew stuff that is
Hannah from evanston, il on Dec 29, 2009
My torkie has all kinds of food allergies and is on prescription food. I was happy to find a product with only four ingredients. I presented a small himalayan chew along with her usual favorites. we're on day 4 and she is still on the himalayan dog chew! she hasn't touched her old favorites and she isn't showing any signs that she's allergic (itching, upset stomach). hooray! happy to have a dog addicted to the yak crack.
Buck and Tucker from Evanston, IL on Dec 21, 2009
I bought 2 of the large Himalayan dog chews for my Labs. Chew is odor free, good for them, etc. But the Labs went through them in a very short time. I let them chew 10 min. a day and the Himalayan was gone in 3 days. That's less than half an hour of chewing. Isn't there anything healthy out there that Labs can't devour in seconds? Forget bully sticks, pigs ears, hoofs, etc. Real bones are too hard on their teeth.