Awesome daily chew for light and medium chewers!
Great interactive chew for tug-of-war, hide-n-seek, and fetch!
One of the best low-fat chews you can get!
Hair makes dogs more excited to chew/play!
These ears come from cows that spend their entire life pastured. Although each ear is washed before dehydration, seeing elements of grass, dirt, and other natural debris is common. Products with hair also retain some of their natural animal scent (which dogs love), so you can expect a cow ear to smell somewhat like a cow!
Ingredients: 100% Dehydrated Beef Ear w/ hair
Size: Avg Length is 6″ (but can vary based on farm partner)
Sourcing: one of our incredible Farm Partners
Can dogs eat hair?
Yes! Hair is actually very beneficial to the digestive tract (think of it like a pipe cleaner). It also delivers good levels of fiber and manganese! As humans, it throws us off, but your pup is a carnivore; it doesn’t slow them down, it actually excites them! A dog’s nose doesn’t miss much, and having hair left on a chew gives them more smells to work with! Additionally, it feeds their canine drives by allowing them to “de-fluff” and pick at the chew before gnawing it down!
We are proud to work with family farms committed to raising animals free of added hormones, antibiotics, chemicals, and pesticides.
Fur is a good source of fiber and dogs need fiber in their diet to aid good digestive health.
1) Fur is indigestible, so it basically brushes its way through the digestive tract and helps to clear away food residue which can build up over time.
2) Cleaning the digestive tract aids your dog’s body in absorbing most of the nutrients being ingested through the cell wall of the digestive tract. Clean digestive system = more nutrients absorbed.
3) The ‘brushing’ action of the fur also acts as natural protection against worms by brushing away worms and eggs in the digestive tract.
4) The fur also aids in cleaning teeth as it rubs plaque off the teeth/gums (and even between the teeth).
5) Fiber/fur is great for bulking up poop. To naturally express the anal glands, poo needs to be firm enough to press against the anal glands as it passes through.