Barkworthies Curly Bully Stick Dog Chew

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Oversold. Est. In Stock by 12/18/2018.



Oversold. Est. In Stock by 12/18/2018.

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Product Summary:

Barkworthies Curly Bully Stick Dog Chew
Barkworthies Curly Bully Sticks have a unique shape that is ideal for maintaining your dog’s oral health and encouraging good breath! Barkworthies Curly Bully Sticks are curled to add a change of pace to your dog’s daily routine! Dogs love the taste, aroma and texture of these all-natural chews. They are100% digestible, making them a great alternative to rawhide. Please note that this product is not for human consumption. Please supervise your pet while giving a treat or chew.
  • Single-ingredient item
  • Crafted from free-range, grass-fed cattle
  • Additive, Chemical, and Preservative-Free

Item Specifications: 

Medium: 5-7"L
Large: 10-12"L
*Please note: this is a natural product and will vary in size.
Beef Pizzle
Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.) 30.0%
Crude Fat (min.) 11.0%
Crude Fiber (max.) 4.0%
Moisture (max.) 13.0%
Serving Size: 1 oz.
kcal/kg (calculated) 3,506
Calories/Serving (calculated) 99
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large 408752 LG BK-010452 816807010452
Medium 408752 MD BK-010131 816807010131

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My pups love them
Tara L on Feb 2, 2018
My pups love them
Tara L on Feb 2, 2018
Could you please tell me what country the beef is sourced from and where these are processed? Thank you.
Theresa on Jan 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thanks. Do you know if they’re testing the treats? There was mad cow disease in Brazil last year sometime.