I rarely buy chews in bulk because we live in a tiny condo and a bully stick will usually last Mr. N for a couple weeks. I’ve heard good things about Best Bully Sticks
though from several people so when they asked us to review chews, I was all for it. Mr. N is always happy to review meat products.
Best Bully Sticks sent us a 12-inch beef trachea
, a six-inch trachea
and a bag of six-inch bully sticks
. They’re sourced from free-range Brazilian cattle but they also carry USA-made bully sticks. As you can see, the large trachea is a wee bit too big for Mr. N (even though he doesn’t think so) so I invited Sage
over to partake.
Mr. N quickly fell in love with his own trachea chew though. They do say that chewing relieves stress for dogs.
The dogs quickly fell into a chewing rhythm. Neither of the dogs really resource guards but we made sure to give them some distance from each other and keep an eye on them just in case.
Sage is a more exuberant chewer and quickly made inroads into her chew.
I saved the bully sticks for later as they would probably be a choking hazard for Sage. They’re the perfect size for Mr. N. They do have a slight odor but they’re not pungent.
He likes to carry them around and he plays fetch with them occasionally.
Mr. N heartily approves of the chews. Sometimes he likes to pretend he’s Smaug and will chew one while lying on a pile of his other chews. We promise we are not interested in stealing them, pup!
This post was sponsored by Best Bully Sticks. They are not responsible for the contents of this article. All opinions expressed are our own.
Which chews do your dogs like?