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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.
Kat B. from Branford, CT on Nov 17, 2009
My Golden Retriever and Basenji/Shepherd mix both loved their first chew. I was expecting it to last about as long as a bully stick (we buy only odor free bullys; others stink too much), but to my surprise, my shepherd mix took an hour and a half and my golden took two hours and didn't finish because I think she was chewing so long she had to rest! I have never seen a treat that they love last so long and keep them totally occupied. As long as no upset tummies occur (I don't expect problems but you never know after a first time chew), we will be buying these again!
Tara from Asheville, NC on Nov 08, 2009
i bought these for my yorkies (5yrs) and my maltese (3 mos) and i couldnt be happier. toy breeds are so prone to teeth problems and i can honestly say that ALL of the plaque on my yorkies teeth is GONE after ONE chew! i am amazed! my malt puppy loves it too. no more smelly bully sticks! yea! these left no mess, there was no smell and the most important thing... my babies LOVE them! thank you so much for making a healthy treat!
Toby and Tinley from Portland OR on Sep 02, 2009
We still remember our first taste of yak three years ago. Hmm, wonder what we did that day to deserve it? Maybe just for being so cute and happy and welcoming to the nice man and lady who brought the yak treats with them to our house. Luckily for us, mommy can buy it in the pet shops in Portland now, woohoo!
Erin from NJ on Aug 08, 2009
My Shih Tzu puppy, Puck, is hooked on the Yak Crack. Though his usual attention span for chew sticks is about 15 minutes, we're well into the second hour of fixation with no end in sight. He hasn't put it down once. He didn't even flinch when my husband and I ate dinner- a definite first! Is there a 12-step program we should enroll him in?