Curly Bully Sticks are thin bully sticks that are spiral in shape, widely recognized as a great tool to keep dogs' teeth and gums healthy, as they scrape off plaque and tartar through chewing action. The spiral shape also causes more friction in the mouth when chewed. They are also a great change of pace for bully stick regulars. We are sure that these will make a great chew for your dog.
|Calorie Count ME||3300|
|Crude Fat Min||1.0%|
|Crude Fiber Max||3.0%|
|Crude Protein Min||72%|
|Chew Meter||Light, Medium|
|Dog Size||Small, Medium, Large, X-Large|
|Life Stage||Young, Adult, Senior, All Stages|
Please supervise your dog when giving any chew or treat and ensure your pup has easy access to fresh water before, during, and after treat consumption. Remove small or broken pieces to prevent any potential choking hazard. Please be mindful of your pet's age, health, and current diet conditions when selecting products. Please note, our Best Bully Sticks Beef Bully Sticks are rich in protein; If bully sticks are a new treat for your dog, we recommend only letting your dog chew about 1 stick at a time to avoid tummy upset due to the increased protein. After they have enjoyed about 3 to 5 sticks over a 3-5 day period, their tummy should be familiar with the increased protein and you can safely treat at your discretion! Please note that beef bully sticks are considered a treat/chew and should not make up more than 10% of the daily caloric intake. Please note that our dog treats & chews are NOT for human consumption.
These are great chews. The curl makes them last a bit longer with the aggressive chewers
Rilee my American Bulldog went wild when I gave him the boxes. He couldn't tear them open fast enough to pull stuff out. I gave him a Curly and started eating quick. Ran back to me for another one. He wasn't to satisfied. All the Curly's were gone in 24 hours. Going to change auto ship to every two weeks-vs-6 weeks.
Great to have on hand. I have a busy chewer and he loves his bully sticks.
My dog really enjoys these, but she chews them up fairly quickly...it can get pretty expensive.