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What is a flirt pole and bully stick?

Please tell me what a flirt pole is and what is a bully stick. What do they do and where can I get them??
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A bully stick is a chew for dogs, its dried bulls penis.. yes disgusting I know, but dogs love it, and its not bad for them like rawhide... a flirt pole is like a "lunge whip" for horses with a toy/shamy at the end of it and you get the dog to chase it ect.


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A bully stick is a chew for dogs, its dried bulls penis.. yes disgusting I know, but dogs love it, and its not bad for them like rawhide... a flirt pole is like a "lunge whip" for horses with a toy/shamy at the end of it and you get the dog to chase it ect.
Also you can buy both online, you can get bully sticks at pets stores, not sure about the flirt pole, maybe at a specialized pet store but none Ive been too has Flirt poles


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What is a flirt pole and bully stick?

I found a pack of the bully sticks at tsc it was 20 dollars. What? I was not expecting that at all. But anyway I didn't get em cause I didn't know how long they would last so couldn't really justify paying that.


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My dog goes throw a bully stick relatively quickly depending on how big it is and whatnot. It's something for them to chew on thats appropriate and they like it. Shasta only gets a bully stick once a week but usually every other week.

As for the flirt pole, you can buy a lunge whip for horses and make your own flirt pole or if you're not interested in that, Kong makes a flirt pole.

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I did not know a bully stick was that!!! Gross! Max does love them though.
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I call them lifesavers!!! They can help keep Stella busy for a while.

Yup, bully sticks are bull penises. But dogs love them and who am I to judge!?!? I have to get the braided ones for Stella. She can polish them off fairly quickly. I pay $6 for a 12" braided that I cut in half. She gets one most nights. That or a marrow bone or a knuckle bone

I have a horse lunge flirt pole. But I saw a flirt pole from another company that looks interesting. I believe the company is called Squishy Face. They also make a tug line that goes around a tree.

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I ordered and just received a flirt pole from Amazon. Seems really well made and what's nice about it, is that you can change toys on the end. I was going to make one myself, but figured I'd give it a shot and while I haven't actually used it yet, think it's really well made for the money.

http://www.amazon.com/Bow-Wow-Flirt-Pole-Exercise-Fleece/dp/B007O02C6Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360504362&sr=8-1&keywords=flirt+pole

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If anyone knows where to get good bully sticks online for a decent price, please let me know

Don't mean to hijack the thread, just thought it was appropriate for the topic.

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I bought some online and they are smaller thank I though- it said 12 inches- but they are skinny- so Max goes through them quickly
Is braided better?
I guess bigger really is better- lol.
They are quite $$$- but if they are good and keeps Max happy- I'll get them.
He really is a good pup when his mouth is occupied!
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