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Bully Sticks for Dogs
Bully stick dog treats are a long-lasting, high protein, delicious treat for your dog. Occupier treats are a great source of behavioural enrichment and can help promote great dental health through chewing. Pet Circle stocks a number of bully sticks including Australian-made.
Best bully stick treats for dogs based on our customer reviews
|Blackdog Bully Sticks||These are unreal. My German shepherd is obsessed with these, it doesn't take her long to eat but it's a nice late night treat after dinner that she literally asks us for! - DYLAN|
|Wag Bully Stick||Really good quality, my German Shepherd loves them! They don't break off into little bits that a dog can choke on or make a huge mess. I've ordered them many times and will order again. - DANIELA|
|Pooch Treats Bull Pizzles Dog Treats||Great treat for my two doggies. They love it. It's not too thick and has good mix of small and medium size pizzles, perfect for my little Maltipoo and spoodle - RILOU|
Frequently Asked Questions
What are bully sticks made of?
Bully sticks are a strip or strips of beef muscle that has been dried. This makes it a tough and chewy treat that is digestible and high in protein. Bully sticks can be whole or braided and come in a variety of sizes to suit different breeds of dog. They are a great intermediary option for owners wanting to give their dog a long-lasting treat to encourage chewing, but don't want to give bones, horns or antlers.
Are bully sticks safe for dogs?
The beef muscle that comprises the bully stick is digestible, unlike other occupier treats. Bully sticks will not splinter, unlike bones. Dogs should still be supervised while eating this treat due to the shape of the treat and the risk of choking. If your dog is too enthusiastic with treats and tries to gulp treats, this shape of treat is not suitable. Always follow the feeding guidelines when giving your dog an occupier treat.
Can I give bully sticks to my puppy?
It is best to avoid bully sticks for young puppies. Most puppies will be teething between 4-7 months of age; feeding a hard treat can cause these little teeth to break. There is also an issue of choking, as puppies tend to be over-enthusiastic and at higher risk of complications. A treat to consider for teething puppies is Whimzees Puppy Dental Dog Treats. Remember to always supervise your puppy with treats and toys, and inspect treats and toys daily.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian