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Rating: 4

Alternative to Rawhide

posted 6 years ago

We give these sometimes as an alternative to rawhide. They work well and for the most part last longer than rawhide bones (unless you have extremely hard chewers). They are easily digestible so you do not have to worry like with rawhide and for dogs whose stomachs get upset when eating rawhide it is a great alternative. They can get expensive if you by them often or for multiple dogs but you can buy them in bulk and they last a long time.

Pros: Dogs love them

Cons: can be expensive

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