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Erin A Brantner from Stamford, Ct on Apr 21, 2014
As a dog trainer and pet owner I have to admit, yaki sticks are my new go-to teething treat/toy. I have a 4 month old retriever Australian shepherd mix and he chews... a lot. this was the first thing that kept his attention on the chew and NOT MY HAND! I recommend to all my classes and my friends. especially the yaki stick. that's my pups absolute fav and totally worth the money to watch him happily and quietly chewing away!
Tim from St. Louis, Mo on Apr 18, 2014
This is the best dog chew around! Last at least two weeks between a puppy golden retriver and a 4 year old cocker spaniel. Must have!
Jan from Eau Claire, Wisconsin on Apr 14, 2014
My English Springer Spanial is one active puppy and the only chew toy she does not tire of is the Himalayan Dog Chew!!! She is only 3 1/2 months old so one can last up to two weeks. After putting them in the microwave as instructed when they get small is a hoot!! They puff up become very light. She eats them until completely gone. Thanks for making something that keeps her busy for longer than 10 minutes.
Kristen from Roselle il on Apr 12, 2014
DO NOT PURCHASE . In reponse to the comment above ..... Our dog receives a total of 6 hours of our undivided playtime attention daily, and is additionally always interacting with us at home. She isn't bored. We are so committed to our pets health that they regularly receive nutritional supplements, acupuncture, chiropractic care, and many other benefits often considered excessive by others ! We tried this treat after being told it "lasts a whole weekend." guess how long it lasted ?
NINE MINUTES. Huge waste of money.
Julie Pear from Davis, CA on Apr 08, 2014
The chew is shared between a border collie and an australian cattle dog at our house. It has lasted a couple of weeks now (there are lots of bones and branches in the backyard to gnaw on as well). I am very pleased with how long it has lasted and the fact nothing splinters off. To the people with dogs that finish it in a couple of hours, Play With Your Dog...they must be bored