NATURAL CHEW | Pizzle Stick 18-20 cm
WHY WE LOVE THIS PRODUCT:
Get your pup chewing this Pizzle stick and not on your furniture!
Long-lasting and all-natural...no wonder these are one of the most popular treats out there. Our dogs absolutely love these premium quality, extra thick pizzles, so we HAD to include them in our shop! They will keep your pup happily busy (and furniture chew-free) whether on a trip away, at a restaurant or home sweet home.
- Tough and long-lasting unless you have a super chewer
- Can aid in keeping gums healthy, removing tartar and can help clean teeth if used regularly
- Fully digestible unlike rawhide
- 100% pure meat
- Gluten and grain free
- Air-dried and not cooked to lock in the goodness
- Does not splinter
- High in protein and low in fat
- Completely free of any bacteria
TIP: Make the Stick even harder by putting it in the freezer overnight is a good option. Not only does it make it a little tougher but it is also good for teething gums if given to a teething pup.
Why not check out our full range of all natural, fresh and healthy range of treats and snacks
ABOUT THE COMPANY:
Jonathan and Rebecca’s passion for pets, innovation, quality, and nutrition led them to create their business J R Pet Products. First they focused on bird food, but now focus on all things doggie. Every day is bring your pet to work day at JR's office (and children too in the holidays). We think this office must be the best and most fun place to work in the UK! If in doubt, just ask Bentley, the office chihuahua.
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4.7" (12 cm) long
100% beef pizzle
86.4 % crude protein
4 % crude fat
1.4 % crude ash
8 % crude moisture
approximately 7.0" - 7.8" (18-20 cm) long
We recommend that you supervise your dog at all times when feeding a treat and ensure fresh water is available
Not suitable for small puppies, dogs with bad teeth or elderly dogs
Bully Sticks in moderation. The amount will depend on the size of your dog but we don't recommend feeding more than one a day and we always suggest people remember that as a general guide treats should not make up more than 15% of your dog's daily diet