Tomlinson's Feed Tremenda Bully Chew, 6-inch

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  • Tomlinson's Feed Tremenda Bully Chew, 6-inch is not as durable as a traditional bully stick, but is a palatable option for puppies and smaller breeds that are not as aggressive chewers.

    These chews are:

    - 100% natural with no artificial ingredients, preservatives, or chemicals
    - 100% beef bladder, sourced from free-range South American cattle
    - Easily digestible and safe for all life stages, from teething puppies to heavy chewing adults

    At Tomlinson's Feed, we treasure our eight core values, one of which is quality: we sell only products that meet our high standard of quality. We strive to provide only the best for your pet, and our name brand treats are no different.

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Jose S.
United States United States
good but messy

my dog enjoyed it, but it got messy

Alisha H.
United States United States
A Fun Treat, but Short-Lived. Great Intro Bully Chew

I love that my dog can rip the swirly strip off the outside of the bully stick and that she can also shred up the casing. This bully-stick was a great intro chew for her, and she had fun figuring out how it worked, but now that she has learned how to navigate the strips and crush up the sponge-like pizzle inside, she can devour the whole thing within 10 mins. If your dog hasn't had bully chews before, this is a great introduction. The first 10 or so kept her occupied and made her mind work. As for us, they aren't sufficient anymore. We've gotta move a step up to something a little harder and more challenging to slow down the consumption speed. She eats the whole thing, so perhaps a calorie count could be helpful for me to know how much of a problem that is as she's only about 15 pounds.