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Old 07-14-2012, 08:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Clean Run: Beef Strap Tendons (The Claw)

Ive been having trouble with both dogs hacking a lot after feeding rec bones. I have turkey necks and very expensive beef ribs. I brush their teeth but do like to give something to keep the teeth white and tartar free.

So Ive been trying different tartar removing treats.

We LOVE this one!!

Its from clean run and is all natural..it takes about 30 minutes for them to finish and their teeth look great after having one. It doesnt get gummy or smell like the tripe ones, the dogs LOVE it. They are 2.50 a piece so a little pricey but not too bad. Check them out..anyone else feed these?
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Aunt Susan buys the bully twists from the natural pet store (I don't remember the name of it...) Those are curly tendons... She buys the best treats!

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Our perfect treat is baby carrots from the fresh produce section of the market. They are labelled Microwave carrots and are pencil thin and 1-1/2" long. The pup loves them and will do anything I ask (including doing her business on command) with the temptation of a carrot.
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Our perfect treat is baby carrots from the fresh produce section of the market. They are labelled Microwave carrots and are pencil thin and 1-1/2" long. The pup loves them and will do anything I ask (including doing her business on command) with the temptation of a carrot.
Excellent! My dogs don't like carrots...but we are loving the results of these treats!
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Aunt Susan buys the bully twists from the natural pet store (I don't remember the name of it...) Those are curly tendons... She buys the best treats!

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Sarah, I looked up what they are called. I buy them at Earth Animal and I believe they are called Flossies. 100% beef tendon spirals chews, made in the U.S.A, All Natural, High Protein, Grain Free. They say the shape can actually clean the teeth and prevent tarter and plaque build up! I buy them because Trapper and Spike's eyes always lite and light up when they see them. Oh and they are supposed to be good for them. They are about $6.00 apiece for the giant ones. LOL
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Those look great. Ms. Stella, do you think they'd be too big for a 16.5"/21 lb mini like Beau?
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Those look great. Ms. Stella, do you think they'd be too big for a 16.5"/21 lb mini like Beau?
I think it would be ok for a mini too...they are about the size of a lemon maybe..and they have "claw like" pieces that stick out.

They are only 2.25 each too. They have lots of natural chews on thier site.
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Do these make bracelets sticky and hard at all? Lexi loves the compressed rawhide and the few times I have given them to her, it's almost like potato starch in her bracelets.
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They dont get as gummy as bully's and rawhides. I really like them and so do the dogs.
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Clean Run: Beef Strap Tendons (The Claw)

Ive been having trouble with both dogs hacking a lot after feeding rec bones. I have turkey necks and very expensive beef ribs. I brush their teeth but do like to give something to keep the teeth white and tartar free.

So Ive been trying different tartar removing treats.

We LOVE this one!!

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Ms Stella, I discovered these about 3 weeks ago at the store I buy my dogs food from. I notices the two long things at the end that looked to me like nails and asked the owner what they were because was interested in trying something other than those stinky bulky sticks. when she told me they were tendons and dogs love them I decided to try them. they were also 2.50 a piece and it was well worth it because my dog gnaws and chews on that thing religiously and it doesn't get gewy or chewy and it has no smell which is the best!
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