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10-02-2014 08:03 AM
car2ner I find the best prices come from Chewy.com and BestBullySticks.com. I buy the really long ones and it works out to about $9.00 a piece. My dog will chew down about half a night. That is much less expensive than buying them at my favorite pet store. It is still a lot of money but much less than replacing shoes.
10-02-2014 01:03 AM
jjk454ss Not sure on this brand, anyone know if these are a good option. Price is good:

10-pack 6" Only Natural Pet Free Range Low Odor Bully Sticks $10 with free shipping ($1/stick) 10-01-2014 - Slickdeals.net
10-01-2014 12:55 AM
jjk454ss
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Originally Posted by Momto2GSDs View Post
See if your package of Bully Sticks has this symbol on it:
Attachment 243105

Just FYI: FDA currently requires that irradiated foods include labeling with the statement "treated with radiation" or "treated by irradiation". The international symbol for irradiation - the radura:

Moms
Thanks for the info, they do have this on them. They are from South America, China and I would have passed. I wonder how much of a concern the "treated with irradiation" actually is. It certainly doesn't sound good, but a lot of people go overboard on some things that certainly aren't harmfull.
09-30-2014 09:49 PM
angierose That's much cheaper than they usually are at Costco, which means they're trying to move it out of your store. They may not be selling well or they may be near the sell-by date, or they just need room for whatever's next. Our Costco only recently started carrying them at all, I hope they continue.
09-30-2014 09:03 PM
Momto2GSDs
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Had to come back to this thread because I was at Costco and they have the same 12 pack of Bully Sticks for $10, seems like a great deal unless I'm missing something.

See if your package of Bully Sticks has this symbol on it:
Attachment 243105

Just FYI: FDA currently requires that irradiated foods include labeling with the statement "treated with radiation" or "treated by irradiation". The international symbol for irradiation - the radura:

Moms
09-29-2014 07:04 PM
jjk454ss Had to come back to this thread because I was at Costco and they have the same 12 pack of Bully Sticks for $10, seems like a great deal unless I'm missing something.

04-25-2014 04:51 PM
HOBY I get sticks for Hoby from Chewy. I have called and requested the thicker 12" sticks. The skinny sticks don't last. Chewy often has sales on the sticks, all sizes.
04-25-2014 02:58 PM
Daisyline My boy loves bully sticks just a word advice DONT but canine caviar buffalo bully sticks from Amazon they come in a pack of six for $20 so I was so happy to find them but once I gave one to my boy he had it to complete mush in about 10 min they must be cheap quality. Since then I just go to my local boutique doggy store that specializes in all natural and it takes him about a week to go through one of theirs and a lot less stinky like almost zero stink. As opposed to the cheap ones where I could smell it a mile away.


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04-17-2014 02:24 PM
Diesel7602
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They smell like what they are. lol Some of them are terrible.

The ones I buy (they are expensive though) are locally sourced, naturally raised, which means they aren't cooped up in a barn, but live out in big pastures. I think helps keep them cleaner, since they aren't forced to lay down in their own urine and feces, which is what they stink of, in the lower quality ones.

So if price is no object or you only feed them as an occasional treat, you might look for a dehydrated raw treat supplier. The ones I get don't stink at all, which is a mercy Their pig ears have the drums cut off too, so they aren't greasy. It's amazing how big a difference the products are.
Honestly, I didn't know what they where made of. Just know he loves them and can't be around him when he eats them because I can smell it as soon as it get soggy with him chewing on them. I call them the stinky stick =D

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04-17-2014 02:13 PM
blackshep
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I get mine at Wal-Mart. They only come in two. I have only bought them once. My dog loves them but they stink so bad. Idk if I got a bad pack or they all stink =p I will still buy them when he goes threw these.

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They smell like what they are. lol Some of them are terrible.

The ones I buy (they are expensive though) are locally sourced, naturally raised, which means they aren't cooped up in a barn, but live out in big pastures. I think helps keep them cleaner, since they aren't forced to lay down in their own urine and feces, which is what they stink of, in the lower quality ones.

So if price is no object or you only feed them as an occasional treat, you might look for a dehydrated raw treat supplier. The ones I get don't stink at all, which is a mercy Their pig ears have the drums cut off too, so they aren't greasy. It's amazing how big a difference the products are.
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