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Old 09-02-2012, 12:47 PM   #31 (permalink)
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So glad so many are finding them as terrific as we do. Now lets all find the most economical place to buy them :-) Im out and need to order some more. I plan on giving them 3 times a week for both dogs so I need 24 each month! :-)
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I'm trying to look for a supplier in Canada for these, since they sound amazing. No luck so far... I did come across this dog chew, called the Himalayan dog chew. It looks really interesting, made of yak and cow cheese, dehydrated and smoked. Supposedly the Himalayans made it originally for the guardian dogs to chew, I imagine them to be pretty tough. Their FAQs deal with some other issues as well, and it sounds like a great company. I'm going to call the local distributor listed to see how much they are tomorrow.
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Aunt Susan just bought some - yeah, they are a hit - maybe we should contact the manufacturer and see if we can bulk buy and ship out amongst ourselves...

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I'm trying to look for a supplier in Canada for these, since they sound amazing. No luck so far... I did come across this dog chew, called the Himalayan dog chew. It looks really interesting, made of yak and cow cheese, dehydrated and smoked. Supposedly the Himalayans made it originally for the guardian dogs to chew, I imagine them to be pretty tough. Their FAQs deal with some other issues as well, and it sounds like a great company. I'm going to call the local distributor listed to see how much they are tomorrow.
We tried these a while back. Beau lost interest almost immediately, and the darn things kind of shatter into small pieces if dropped on a hard surface. Of course YMMV.
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We tried these a while back. Beau lost interest almost immediately, and the darn things kind of shatter into small pieces if dropped on a hard surface. Of course YMMV.
Interesting..the ones we have gotten would not shatter. Were they by Bravo? That is the manf from both the vendors mentioned above. Sorry it didnt work for you guys :-(

Oh sorry..I see now. YOu are referring to the other ones. Not the claw.
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Yeah, I was referring to the Himalyan chews, which are hard and brittle.

Beau got a beef strap tendon chew tonight when we had to leave him home alone so the whole family could go to dinner with friends. He was still happily munching on it when we returned almost 3 hours later. I can see the ten I bought aren't going to last all that long.
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Oh thank goodness my shipment arrived today!! :-) I was out for 2 weeks! The cheaper place I ordered from was back ordered and I ordered from clean run 3 days ago...they are SUPER to deal with!! My dogs love these treats and it takes up on hour of southing chewing time...

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To big for a toy puppy?? Sound amazing!


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How did I miss this thread - these sound amazing! I can't wait to get some for Swizzle. Thank you.
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hmmm..not sure. But you can buy something called "flosses" that are the same thing but much smaller. You could order a couple of both and see how it works.
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