I am very nervous of giving my cocker spaniel raw meat. But this is so cheap I thought I would give them a go. Not only could he not put it down, and loves to chew and grind his teeth on the thick bone, his teeth were cleaner and whiter. Really would recommend,
My chihuahua is enjoying his bone greatly. It is quite large so I'm not sure about the instruction to feed one a day. Also it's not clear from the packaging how long it will last when opened and how best to store it between chew sessions (my dog would eat it all in one sitting, but then he has no sense of what is good for him!)
I have a newfoundland (breed also mention in a previous post). She loves them and i have only found loose stools the next morning, then things get back to normal. With steak bones (post BBQ) she is unable to digest and vomits the pieces up after 36 hours. Other treats are either demolished in a few seconds or ignored, so i still use them as i cant find an altermative
The product description says it´s not to be eaten but you try telling that to our dogs (a mastiff and a Belgian shepherd). They love it and it keeps them busy for a couple of hours. However, they ate it completely and the following day they have diarrhoea. They don´t usually have stomach problems. The diarrhoea lasts only one day and they haven´t needed a visit to the vet. It´s happened every time.
One of the few treats our fusspot consistently likes
Our Shikoku pup absolutely loves these bones, and they are one of the few things she will consistently beg for time and time again. She has not had any upset tummies as a direct result of eating these bones.
However, on occasion the bones have splintered a little and I would strongly recommend they only be given to your pups while supervised and removed as soon as all the meat has been stripped off. They also smell pretty weird, but does keep our pups teeth nice and clean and, consequently, her breath is a bit fresher for a while after chomping.