May 05, 2021 1 min read

Best Bully Sticks offers a wide variety of all-natural, healthy dog chews, but not all of them are bully sticks! Our trachea treats are great for joint health and come in a variety of types and sizes for all dogs.

Full trachea sticks, trachea chips, and green tripe sticks are rich in glucosamine and chondroitin, which help support joint health.

Tracheachews are hollow chews made from all-natural beef trachea. These long-lasting treats come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 3-inches to 12-inches to suit all types of dogs. They are hollow and can be filled or reused with different treats for different chewing experiences for your dog.

Trachea chips are approximately 4″ by 4″ square pieces of natural beef trachea. This unique size and shape makes for a long-lasting treat The trachea chips are made from single-ingredient beef, making them natural and healthy, especially for dogs that require special hip and joint care. These crunchy, single-ingredient treats can be enjoyed by dogs of all life stages, from puppies to senior dogs.

Similar to trachea, green tripe sticks are nutritious chews and great teeth cleaners. A natural source of amino and fatty acids, these chews are good for your dog’s skin and coat. Dogs love the crunchy texture and delicious taste of these chews.

Trachea and tripe are 100% digestible and won’t upset your dog’s stomach. Because of their shape, these chews can also be filled with peanut butter, cheese, and other healthy foods for an extra level of fun for your dog.

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