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Monday, December 6, 2010

Odorless Bully Sticks

Two of our favorite dog chews are bully sticks and the Himalayan dog chew. Not only are both those dog chews relatively safe and natural, they also last a long time (our pack members' size range is from 4 to 58lbs).

Recently we placed an order for:

Rockys Choice THICK ODOR FREE 6 - 6 1/2 Inch Premium Bully Sticks - 5 Pack

The main complaints surrounding bully sticks are: the "material" (bull penis), the odor, and the price. The first complaint is the least important. Who cares, as long as they are sanitized properly and free of salmonella? The price is a real issue, but that depends on the size of the dog. Tiny dogs tend to take a long time to get through a 6" bully stick. In our experience, even middle sized (60lbs) dogs take quite a while to go through a bully stick, especially if it's the braided kind.

Rocky's Choice presented a solution that allowed us to start using bully sticks again in our home. They are indeed rather odorless. Some of us, just can't stand the special scent and give up on this rather healthy and prefered dog chew. Try Rocky's choice odorless ones. You'll be pleasantly surprised when you discover that you can breathe with your pooch chewing on his bully stick on your lap.


Caution: I need to remind you, that all dog chews and dog treats must be given under supervision!


JacksDad said...

I always get tickled when I see something that is supposed to last a long time. With Jack, a long time is about 2 minutes. It's a good thing he doesn't chew in his sleep, or I might wake up with no pillows!

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We don't get to have long lasting treats - how do you do it with a multiple dog pack? Mom says there would be too much fighting here.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

brooke said...

Thanks for sharing this! Maybe I'll surprise Darwin with some for Christmas!

Two French Bulldogs said...

odorless? The stinkier the better, BOL
Benny & Lily

Lucy-Fur, as typed by Dr. Liz said...

Odorless? What's the point? I mean, how will Mom notice I'm around if I drop something on her pillow when she's sleeping if it doesn't smell? :-)

*kissey face*
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus

Oskar said...

Hmm, thanks for telling us about bully sticks. We've seen the name, but didn't really know what they were. I may ask to try some, but my mom person says "eww", BOL!

Nubbin wiggles,

Kitty+Coco said...

Well, we choose to ignore the "material" at our house. My grandpawrents asked what they were made of, any my parents just said they didn't want to know :)
Hooray for odorless bully sticks! We prefer the curly ones here.

Kitty and Coco

Dexter said...

What's the point of a bully stick without that wonderful aroma? Oh well, I can't have them, stinky or otherwise, because I tend to swallow them in large chunks and they don't last very long, but I bet you wee beasties just love 'em.


Bully Sticks said...

It is really nice to know that odorless bully sticks do exist. It will be smart to purchase some for your dogs and gain great benefit from it.

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