Our 12 Inch Jumbo Bully Sticks are our thickest bully sticks most suited to really enthusiastic chewers! These are about 30-50% bigger than our typical 12-inch thick bully sticks.
|Crude Fat Min||3.2%|
|Crude Fiber Max||0.5%|
|Crude Protein Min||86.4%|
|Chew Meter||Hard, Power|
|Dog Size||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.
Great service on my subscription. Product is pricey.
Great bully sticks. Our Rottweilers absolutely love them. Our big boy has taken to skipping supper and sniffing the bully stick bag. Good try Parker. You have to eat your supper first!!
Dogs are loving them. Happy with the size. Keeps the pups busy for hours
I have a pug who goes through bully sticks like he’s a big dog! Nothing would last with him so I tried the jumbo size. These jumbo size keep him busy for a lot longer and he can enjoy them over several days instead of a few minutes. So if you have an abrasive chewer, I recommend getting The Jumbo bullies!
I first saw a Staffordshire bull terrier in England in 1977. I knew right away that I wanted that dog and I asked the owner what was the breed. I found my first book store and purchased a book about the breed. When we first got back to the states I immediately started looking for a Staffy. Unfortunately, I quickly realized they were $2000. At that time the American pitbull terrier had not gained it’s awful reputation and so that’s what we ended up with. Just a wonderful dog to raise our children with. Over the years, we included five American Staffordshire Terriers to the family. When the last of them passed a couple of years ago I think we decided not to get another dog. However, when you are a dog family, you are a dog family. After living 40 years in the same home with a fenced in yard we moved to a home association that although are individual homes you are unable to fence in your yard. There is also a weight limit of 40 pounds. Finally, we had the reason and the financial ability to get a Staffordshire bull terrier. The breeder of the dog suggested jumbo bully sticks. I was a bit surprised at the cost at first, but the advantages far outweigh the cost. Our female can go through a jumbo 12 inch bully stick in two day. She is so satisfied with the taste and chew, and we are totally satisfied with the whitest teeth in town. They also have the extra protein that an active dog needs. On almost a daily basis, out female walks with me 20 to 30 miles a week in addition to a rope pull and catching the frisbee. We do not get the odorless jumbo 12 inch by stick as we are not offended by the odor of the regular version. She is always excited when we break into the bag to get her a new 12 inch jumbo bully stick. Very pleased with the quality and consistency of the bully sick.