10" x 1/4" Semi Pointed Corn Dog Stick Box of 500ct
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Bully sticks, also known as pizzle sticks, are an increasingly popular treat for dog owners. Dogs love the taste and texture, and parents love their long-lasting, natural source of protein they provide. But, there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding these tasty sticks of meat.
Bully Sticks are a single-ingredient dog chew made entirely of beef pizzle. Beef inherently has natural vitamins and minerals including the likes of Vitamin B12, Zinc, Phosphorus, Selenium, and Iron. Still though, if your dog has specific vitamin/mineral deficiencies, I wouldn’t necessarily use Bully Sticks to supplement those needs.
10" x 3/16" Semi-Pointed Corn Dog Sticks Box of 1,000ct
12" x 1/4" Semi-Pointed Corn Dog Sticks Box of 500ct
New releases are just around the corner. The second Stick Cat book is coming April 25, 2017! And the seventh Stick Dog book will be released July 25, 2017! Look for details on the 'Books' pages of each site.Additionally most dogs love to chew on sticks which put them at great risk for injury and infection. Small pieces can break off and lodge themselves in your dog's mouth. These pieces are laden with bacteria, fungus and yeast, and resulting infections can be difficult to treat and may even become lethal. As simple as it may seem to grab a stick for your dog to chase after there are many risk factors involved. Dogs can sustain multiple injuries from sticks ranging from mild trauma to life-threatening damage. They range from simple scratches to the lining of the mouth to limb paralysis, esophageal punctures, blood loss and acute and chronic infections. Since sticks are dirty and sharp they are considered to be a huge danger for dogs to play with. As your dog runs holding the stick in his mouth, puncture wounds can occur easily occur.The main injury I worry about is a stick penetrating the eye and result in the loss of the eye. Some very serious eye injuries can occur when a dog is fetching a stick. An enthusiastic dog will hastily retrieve a stick and in his haste, the dog may strike his eye on a random branch or twig, particularly while running through the woods. Sticks that have small twigs attached, and as the dog goes to pick up the stick in his mouth, one of the twigs and poke the dog’s eye, causing potentially serious injuries, ranging from blindness to a corneal abrasion that can turn into an ocular ulceration.Much more than your average dog treat, our natural Bully Sticks are made from free range grass-fed Brazilian cattle. Healthy and delicious, this is a treat that shows your furry friend just how much you care.Please don't throw sticks for your dog! There are lots of “stick like” toys out on the market now a days that you can easily bring with for your dog. I think dog owners would rather spend their money buying their dogs toys than paying costly veterinary bills.