Bully sticks are a lasting chew; many dogs and animal owners love!
They are a stress reduction treatment made from 100 percent beef muscle, which supports healthy teeth and gums through the gentle scraping of dogs’ teeth while knitting.
Although you may know many health advantages from bully sticks, it is essential to understand how your dog enjoys them responsibly. So, do you know how to feed your dog safely?
As one of the largest Bully stick manufacturers, we often asked by pet parents about bully stick safety. For the continued protection of feeding your cat, we would like to give you some essential tips while giving a bully stick to your dog.
Introducing Your Pet to Bully Sticks
Are you planning to give a bully stick to your dog for the first time?
For the first time you select a bully stick (or any chew), it is essential to choose the size and shape best for your dog. The height should be higher than the muzzle of your pet to keep it from swallowing big pieces or other possible risks of choking.
When the right size is selected, treat your dog with the bully stick for five to 10 minutes. Why? Why? Bully sticks are a high protein treat, and your dog may get a severe stomach, diarrhea or vomiting if you are not used to digesting these high amounts.
Fortunately, responsible pet parents can prevent all of those!
A slow introduction to bully sticks can reduce your pups’ risk of an upset and chaos. After a close inspection, your chewing time increases gradually. We warn you not to feed your dog more than a bully a day.
Supervise Your Pet
If you feed or chew your pet some, you, as the pet owner, will track them carefully so that they enjoy the chew safely.
This means to be in the house, to watch them chow down, and listen carefully to their bully stick. While Bully Sticks are durable, your chewer can eventually power you through and break small pieces.
Note that bully sticks are not intended for large pieces to be swallowed. If your dog chews off a chunk that is too large, they can become shocked or stubborn. When you are in the room with your pet, you will have a lot of time to grab the broken piece and avoid this potential health risk.
Know, chews will, in most situations, be more significant than the mouths of your dog.
We do our utmost to make sure the goods are healthy and reliable. Regrettably, no natural treatment or chew can guarantee the safety of your pet. That is why we need to educate pet parents to supervise their pets to reduce the risks associated with consuming any natural animal body part.
As a bonus, supervision can show you who your dog most likes to chew and treat! Some dogs are more pleased with our bully braids, such as our traditional straight bullies.
It always helps you to understand your individual chew style to select the perfect chew for your dog. Please take this personality test and find out what kind of chewer your dog is!
Frequently Asked Questions About Bully Sticks
How do I know when to take away my dog’s bully stick?
Take the bully-off and discard it when it can be swallowed whole (in most cases, approximately 2.5-3 inches). Some owners of pets use vice grips or toys to make sure their pet doesn’t chew beyond some point.
How should I store my dog’s bully stick for the next chew time?
In the meantime, let it dry or use a towel to dry the bully ring. Then store your bully stick in a cool, dry place, like a high closet or pantry shelf, where your pet can not access. We do not suggest cooling because moisture can attract bacteria.
Make sure to wash your hands after you treat the bully stick of your cat.
Why should I trust your Bully Sticks?
we have industry-leading quality and safety procedures to ensure a high standard of the final product you receive.
We take our standards of quality assurance seriously. We continually invest both time and money in our quality assurance programs: the purchase of new equipment, the recruitment of qualified and qualified staff, and the use of modern and improved protocols for processing and testing.
We maintain three completely equipped laboratories: a physical and chemical testing quality assurance laboratory, a microbiological testing laboratory, and a product development laboratory.
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