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Yak Cheese Dog Chew Medium 1-Pack
The tasty (and healthy) Yak Cheese Dog chew will keep your pup’s mouth engaged and help reduce unwanted biting and chewing (plus dogs love tasty chews)! -Natural ingredients (Just yak’s milk, lime juice, and salt) -Sourced from the Himalayas -Healthy and tasty flavor -Medium 1-Pack
Yak Milk, Salt, Lime Juice.
Crude Protein (min): 67% Crude Fat (min): 1% Crude Fiber (max): 1% Moisture (max): 9%
Metabolizable Energy: 3,074 kcal/kg About 329 kcal per chew.
Chews should be used to redirect problem biting, chewing, barking, etc. and also just for mental enrichment. Please monitor your dog whenever giving them a dog chew. It is recommended to slowly introduce new chews to your dog's diet.
Reduce problem biting & chewing
Natural & healthy ingredients
Helps clean pup teeth
Yak Cheese Dog Chews aren’t just any old “treat”. They are a powerful training tool to engage your pup’s mouth and mind. Dealing with constant biting and chewing can drive you crazy and leave you feeling hopeless. With these Yak Cheese Dog Chews, you can overcome your pup’s problem behaviors and end the mouthing problems. Finally! All of our Yak Cheese Dog Chews are made from natural ingredients, keep pups engaged for extended periods of time, and sourced in the Himalayan mountains. So buy some now and start redirecting those problem behaviors to a tasty Yak Cheese chew. Don’t forget, they’re backed by our Pupford Promise.
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"My pups love the Yak Chews and go crazy when I pull them out of the bag. I love being able to make cheese puffs with the ends of the chew!"
"Our dog loves these sticks. They keep him happy and satisfied for long periods at a time and I appreciate that they don’t smell or get gross. Win-win."
"This is literally one of the only chews that I know will take my dog awhile to chew on PLUS when the treat gets too small you can soak it, microwave it, and it becomes a whole new puffy treat!"