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Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews

  • Made in the USA
  • $19.89 - $25.99

    Product Details

    Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews are a tasty and healthy soft-aroma chew for your dog! Your pet may very well go wild at first bite. Each treat is easy to chew and features a gentle aroma thats both delicious and appealing to those canine taste buds. Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews are hormone and additive free.

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    The following list of features and benefits for Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews can explain why this item is best for your pet:.
    • Crunchy consistency
    • Low in fat and high in protein
    • No added fillers, preservatives, flavors, hormones or additives
    • Can easily be broken into pieces
    • Awesome snack for puppies, seniors, or any dog that could be having dental issues
    • Made in USA
    SKU: 55556

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    Ingredients

    100% cow lung

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    Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews
     
    5.0

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    5.0

    Happy Corgi!

    By Corgi Mom

    from Phoenixville, Pa

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • Cleans Teeth
    • Digests Well
    • Easy To Chew
    • Fun
    • Nutritional
    • Tasty

    Cons

    • Smelly

    Best Uses

    • Everyday
    • Special Reward

    Comments about Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews:

    So many treats! The bag is large, so a great supply of doggie treats. They're lightweight, about the size of a 1/2 deck of cards. My dog is a CHEWER, but he'll gnaw on this for maybe a minute before it's all gone. They are stinky, I actually keep them in my basement and give them to my dog when we're outside. Corgi approved!

     
    5.0

    begged & begged for more

    By DD

    from NJ

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Cleans Teeth
    • Easy To Chew
    • Nutritional
    • Tasty

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Smaller Dogs

      Comments about Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews:

      I give my Miss Sugar her treat after dinner to help clean off any foodies.

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Muzzle-feeding treat for Raw-Fed Dog

      By Terez

      from Washington DC

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews:

      I feed Prey Model Raw, and that really limits the treats that I can use. I gravitate to dried organs.

      With a cutting board and a sharp chef's knife, I can cut these into matchsticks. Some sections are too tough to cut but for the most part, I can get these into matchstick size/shape. Then I toss them in a little water to moisten and then they will fit through my dog's muzzle to feed treats when I walk him.

      And my dog is CRAZY about these! He loves the taste. In between walks I keep the moistened ones in the fridge so they stay fresh.

      Now, the whole thing doesn't cut into matchsticks. Some parts are too oddly-shaped, some parts are brittle and break into small pieces, and then there's a fair bit of dust and fibers on the cutting board. I brush them into his food dish.

      The oddball sizes I will soak to get them sorta soft, and then use them as the treat that's sitting in the muzzle when I put it on (I "pay" my dog with a nice treat for letting me put the muzzle on).

      I've tried other all-natural organ treats and the only thing that's better for cutting is freeze-dried duck hearts (from another source) but they're too small to feed quickly through a muzzle. This matchstick shape lets me poke one end through the muzzle and my dog tongues it to pull it into his mouth. With the duck heart I have to put my fingers against my dog's lips, and if we encounter a situation that he's reacting to, I don't want my fingers to be that close to his teeth.

      By the way, I tried the dried lamb lung but it's thinner and more brittle than the cow lung. It does not cut well for me, it shatters rather than cuts (although, as I type this, I realize I haven't tried soaking it first).

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