My Dobe loves these. When she was less than 1 yr. old, it took her quite a while to scrape this down to a size she could bite. Lasted a couple days. But now approaching 3 yrs old, she just chomps them apart like nothing. So I would say better for smaller, or less aggressive chewers so it will last longer. -- SandraMixed feelings about this one
This is a great product and my border collie loved it; however, he ate it more quickly than advertised, all in 1 sitting, 1 1/2 hours or less! Obviously, I should have taken it away from him and broken up his pleasure in this treat. I won't be buying it again; it's just too expensive to be eaten so quickly. -- Kathryn expensive dogsitter
My dog loves these. I let her chew on it when I'm busy then take it away. For the price, I think bully sticks are a better deal--the chew is about 4x the price of a bully and definitely doesn't last 4x longer. -- Heidi NBedtime treat, but not a chew
My Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Kerbal, is a medium chewer - pretty good for his size. It takes him about a month or two to go through one this size when I let him work on it for about 20 minutes in the evenings. It's his special "Here, have this while I read a book in bed" treat. It's not smelly and although it leaves a few crumbs it's not at all greasy or hard to clean up. I get him this size so that I don't have to buy him the medium ones twice a month.