It’s been too long. Life’s been crazy and my spare time has been spent walking Teton in the evenings rather than blogging. But heck, here I am. 😀 (Don’t worry – he’ll get a walk tonight.)
A little while ago I told you about some chews that Best Bully Sticks sent Teton. They were so generous in what they sent that I only told you about two of the chews – the spleen chips and the gullet cookies (mmmmm)!
Along with the spleen chips and gullet cookies, Best Bully Sticks sent us two 12-inch standard bully sticks and two gullet spirals.
I think it’s really cool that Best Bully Sticks offers a variety of order options as they relate to quantity. You can order in singles or in bigger quantities like a 20-pack or even a 100-pack.
The standard bully sticks are odor free which is great for those of you who can’t stomach the smell of, ahem, bully. 😉
(Check it out – Best Bully Sticks has an entire assortment of odor free sticks!)
I love how long these bully sticks are. Teton very rarely gets to eat an entire bully stick in one sitting; rather, I let him chew until he’s eaten about half of the stick and then I “trade” him for some other random treat and hide the other half of the stick until a later date. That way the chew lasts longer and I eliminate the possibility of an upset tummy.
If you’re wondering what “standard” means in regard to these particular bully sticks, Best Bully Sticks has a chart to help you choose what’s best for your dog!
And, if bully sticks aren’t your thang, these gullet spirals are definitely worth a try!
While they didn’t take as long for Teton to chew through as the bully sticks, they’re no joke when it comes to some good quality gnawing. Also, gullet is a good source of glucosamine which is beneficial for your dog’s hips and joints so this chew packs a mean punch!
Blurry chewin’ photos are proof of good treats. 😉
Gullet spirals are on sale now! Click here to buy a few.
Big thanks to Best Bully Sticks for sending all of these fantastic chews for Teton to try!
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