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PostSubject: Re: Best treats??? Bully sticks?   Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:33 pm

I get the 12inch jumbos and koda can eat one in hour and half. But he loves them
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PostSubject: Re: Best treats??? Bully sticks?   Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:44 pm

@Ericobeasto wrote:
I get the 12inch jumbos and koda can eat one in hour and half. But he loves them

WOW lol. My other foster husky ate one in 4 hours, and I thought that was fast! Juneau likes to chew on them for a little while and hides them around the house. It's all fun and games til you plop on the couch and one pokes you in the back! LOL!
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PostSubject: Re: Best treats??? Bully sticks?   Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:56 pm

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Yes, they do stink.  Some batches are worse than others.

I am a huge neat freak and freak out when my house smells like 'dog'.  So, I buy the odor free ones.  Juneau loves them just as much and they don't smell - AT ALL! From my understanding, they're just 'dried out' longer or something like that.  They have a small small small odor if you sniff it within a few inches from your face, but definitely nothing compared to a regular one. Smile

www.bestbullysticks.com has the best prices all around.  They also sell bones, antlers, etc.  

I get the jumbo size and it usually lasts a week for Juneau.  

If you can't stand the odor and want to throw em out, donate them to your nearest shelter or rescue instead.  Or make her eat it outside. lol

Okay I'm glad to know that! I knew they were recommended by tons of people and they do have great prices. I can pay $10 for a 6-8" braided bully stick from our local feed store and get TWO 12" braided bullies from BBS.com for the same price. Of course those didn't smell to high heaven like the BBS ones.

I may end up donating them and just order the odor free ones. The bull knuckle I ordered smells horrible too. He's only going to be getting that when he's outside. Because that looks like it's going to be a mess AND reek.

The bullies will last him a few days to a week if he chomps on it continuously. So they're well worth it to give me some peace. Lol.

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PostSubject: Re: Best treats??? Bully sticks?   Fri Jun 21, 2013 1:37 pm

@VintageJeans wrote:

@Ericobeasto wrote:
I get the 12inch jumbos and koda can eat one in hour and half. But he loves them


WOW lol.  My other foster husky ate one in 4 hours, and I thought that was fast!  Juneau likes to chew on them for a little while and hides them around the house.  It's all fun and games til you plop on the couch and one pokes you in the back! LOL!

Lol i ran out of the ones from bestbully one time, so i went to the stroeband bought a pack. (Cant remember the brand) they smelled sooooooo bad.. Well i gave him one i thought he ate it all. I had to leave the house. I came back probably 4 hours later and my room smelled soooooo bad!! I couldnt find where it was coming from. So i went to be later that night.. He burried it under my pillow lol!!
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PostSubject: Re: Best treats??? Bully sticks?   Fri Jun 21, 2013 1:40 pm

@Ericobeasto wrote:




@VintageJeans wrote:





@Ericobeasto wrote:
I get the 12inch jumbos and koda can eat one in hour and half. But he loves them






WOW lol.  My other foster husky ate one in 4 hours, and I thought that was fast!  Juneau likes to chew on them for a little while and hides them around the house.  It's all fun and games til you plop on the couch and one pokes you in the back! LOL!





Lol i ran out of the ones from bestbully one time, so i went to the stroeband bought a pack. (Cant remember the brand) they smelled sooooooo bad.. Well i gave him one i thought he ate it all. I had to leave the house. I came back probably 4 hours later and my room smelled soooooo bad!! I couldnt find where it was coming from.  So i went to be later that night.. He burried it under my pillow lol!!




:lol!:these darn huskies! That is funny. :p


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PostSubject: Re: Best treats??? Bully sticks?   Fri Jun 21, 2013 1:43 pm

@VintageJeans wrote:

@Ericobeasto wrote:



@VintageJeans wrote:




@Ericobeasto wrote:
I get the 12inch jumbos and koda can eat one in hour and half. But he loves them





WOW lol.  My other foster husky ate one in 4 hours, and I thought that was fast!  Juneau likes to chew on them for a little while and hides them around the house.  It's all fun and games til you plop on the couch and one pokes you in the back! LOL!




Lol i ran out of the ones from bestbully one time, so i went to the stroeband bought a pack. (Cant remember the brand) they smelled sooooooo bad.. Well i gave him one i thought he ate it all. I had to leave the house. I came back probably 4 hours later and my room smelled soooooo bad!! I couldnt find where it was coming from.  So i went to be later that night.. He burried it under my pillow lol!!



:lol!:these darn huskies! That is funny. :p

Dizzy would totally do this!
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