Bully sticks have become the most popular dog chew in the world, and for good reason. They are 100% digestible, unlike rawhide and many other chews on the market. They are high in protein and low in fat, making them a healthy option even for dogs who need to lose weight. They promote dental health by scrubbing away plaque and tartar before it has a chance to stick to your dog’s teeth. They come in different shapes and sizes, making them a great treat for dogs of all shapes and sizes. And they’re great for the planet because they come from a part of the animal that people don’t usually eat and might otherwise throw away. They’re also a great way to keep your dog occupied (although you should always supervise them, as with any chew).
With all these benefits in mind, there are two rules to keep in mind when purchasing bully sticks.
#1 – Don’t ask what they’re made of
They are 100% meat, but the only ingredient in these chews can be a little embarrassing for some. So just don’t ask.
#2 – Buy them in bulk
Not only is it more cost-effective to buy them in bulk, but it also means you always have something on hand to treat your dog with!
Now you can make sure you always have bully sticks on hand to treat your pups and help brush their teeth, while also helping feed shelter dogs! Project Paws® all-natural and 100% digestible bully sticks (6 inches, 6 pack) are safer than rawhide and dogs love their natural taste. Bully sticks contain none of the chemicals found in rawhide and are much less likely to cause tooth damage than bones and other chews.
With Project Paws®, the more you buy, the more you save, and the autoship option means your pup will never be without their favorite treat, while you get 5% off! Not only that, but for every stick purchased, Project Paws® donates one meal to a shelter dog. What’s better than that?
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare provider.