Pressed rawhide was the very first type of dog chew that I tried with my dogs (decades ago) — after hearing all the bad things about rawhide bones and rawhide dog chews. Following are the most important things you need to know about pressed rawhide vs. regular rawhide bones for dogs. Plus all of the pressed rawhide bones safety information you’re probably wondering about!
While many dogs seem to enjoy gnawing on goat horns for hours, my dogs tend to get bored with them after a few minutes of chewing. Perhaps they aren’t “smelly” enough! Regardless, my dogs are still intrigued enough to gnaw on a goat horn that’s been re-introduced to them after I removed it for a few weeks.
Deer And Elk Antlers For Dogs 101 – Antlers are naturally shed from both elk and deer — and they make fabulous dog chews! Wondering which are the best antlers for dogs? Here’s how to choose the right antler dog chews for your dog, the pros and cons of antlers for dogs, how to soften them, and the best place to buy them!
Wondering what the best long lasting dog chews are? Me too! So I did a big ‘ol experiment with my dogs to find the differences between all of the most popular dog chews. Antler dog chews rank way up there. So do real bones from the butcher… and cow hooves! See the entire list of 12 best dog chews that last the longest.