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Himalayan Dog Chew [Xlarge] - $6.52 - (Add-on Item)

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Amazon offers a XL Himalayan Dog Chew for $6.52. I
  • Ancient recipe from the himalayas
  • All natural ingredients: yak and cow milk, salt and lime juice
  • Guaranteed analysis: protein 526 -percent carbohydrates 303-percent fat 09 -percent ash food 60 -percent moisture 102 -percent
  • No preservatives.The natural color may vary.
  • About 2-inch around and 7-inches in length

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Thanks OP ordered through Alexa for add on item skipping
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"About 2-inch around and 7-inches in length
Compare with similar items"

Err, uh...
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Anyone bought these before? There are some reviews of these breaking and dogs ending up with sharp pieces stuck in their esophagus.
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Anyone bought these before? There are some reviews of these breaking and dogs ending up with sharp pieces stuck in their esophagus.
I wouldn't even chance it
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Anyone bought these before? There are some reviews of these breaking and dogs ending up with sharp pieces stuck in their esophagus.
Yep, reviews of this and similar have plenty of issues. Especially with variability where you get one and its fine and the next time they're dried out or burned and fall apart.

Way too many relatively foolproof dog chew items without downsides and at a lower price.
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Anyone bought these before? There are some reviews of these breaking and dogs ending up with sharp pieces stuck in their esophagus.
I have bought them before. They are essentially an extremely hard block of cheese, and each one last my dog about 2 months, but this will depend on how hard of a chewer yours is. On occasion I have found a larger chunk broken off, but they don't pose an issue for my dog, and you can pop them in the microwave and they turn into a cheese puff for your dog.
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These fractured my dog's tooth.
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I used subscribe and save instead. Thanks. Should keep my dog occupied for a long while
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I get these (the 3 pack thats ~$10 on Amazon) chews all the time. They are about the only thing that my Golden Retriever likes to chew on beside sticks and socks.

There is some variability in the production and some seem more brittle than others. Some seem to have an almost crystalline structure which makes them more brittle. They crack into large chunks sometimes. Most of them are what you would think REALLY hard cheese is like and they just wear away as the dog chews it.

I've never been worried about them causing the dog any damage. If little pieces break off the dogs just eats them. There are no leftovers.
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These fractured my dog's tooth.
Sorry to hear that. I had heard something similar to that, which is why I was reading the thread. reps because you don't have any yet
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Once it's known that these are actually on a harder level of chewing, even though they are made with natural ingredients, you can determine if this is something for your dog/pet (I've heard of other animals liking these too). My American Bully likes to chew hard things (he does have a limit as some antlers get chewed on more regularly than others) and this is a better alternative to all the nylabones he loves to chew up and still giving him treats.

I would say if anyone has any issues giving the hard material to the dog, do what someone mentioned and break it into smaller pieces (around one to 1.5 inches or so) and microwave pieces SEPARATELY for about 45 seconds on a plate! Make sure you let it cool off! It'll be a crunchy (softer than the main item) but airy puff that I don't think many dogs would have an issue biting once they get beyond the investigation. Smilie
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What kind of dog is a Himalayan? 🐩
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These should be taken down, shouldn't post if it's a danger to any animal ..... period
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Was lookin for something for a min pin... She likes the white raw hides, and was thinking this might not be a better choice after reading others comments...

I also worry about a sharp choking hazard.... But I like bones that last longer than 5 minutes.
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