Dog Chew

By Himalayan

Starting at $8.95

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Ancient recipe from the Himalayan mountains. All natural and completely digestible.

  • Materials: Cow milk, yak milk, lime juice, and salt
  • 100% natural—no preservatives and no additives
  • Protein minimum 52.6%, Crude Fat 0.9%, Ash Max 6.0% Moisture Max 10.2%
  • Distributed & packaged in the USA; Permitted by the USDA Permit # 111821 WaSDA Registration #2758
  • 3rd party analysis and tests conducted by Washington State University
  • Length of chew time may vary depending on the jaw strength of dog
  • Size Recommendations: Small: Dogs under 15 lbs.; Medium: Dogs under 35 lbs.; Large: Dogs under 55 lbs.; XLarge: Dogs under 70 lbs.; Variety: Dogs under 65 lbs.
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 7.5" x 6.5" x 0.5"
  • Weight: Small: 3 pieces, 0.22 lb.; Medium: 1 piece, 0.16 lb.; Large: 1 piece, 0.22 lb.; XLarge: 1 piece, 0.38 lb.; Variety: 3 pieces, 0.72 lb.

288 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Great for my dogs


My dogs love these. It keeps them happily entertained for hours at a time.


Best dog chews


They last so long and seem much better than Nylabone and anything comparable in terms of durability.


Great product


My jack Russell LOVESICK this chew


Good price for a good treat!


This is among the safest treats out there. And when it gets too small to be safe, you just pop it in the micro, heat it till it puffs up and give it to your dog when it cools off. No Waste!! What more could I want in a chew treat?More > < Less




I'm sure this is a great product for most, however, my Poms didn't like them at all.

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Himalayan Dog Treats

About Himalayan

Dog Nirvana

We first launched the all-natural Himalayan Dog Chews because of their rave reviews—not just from hounds, but from their owners, too. What started as a company producing a four-ingredient dog treat (yak milk, cow milk, salt, and lime juice) has grown into other healthy, dog-centered snacks.

The Himalayan chews are dense, so it can take hours for a dog to finish one. And they pack a nutritional punch: more than 50% protein, almost no fat, and they’re completely digestible.

The recipe for these chews comes from a dried cheese that nomadic Mongolian, Tibetan, and Nepalese people have eaten as a high protein snack for centuries. Sujan Shrestha, a Nepalese entrepreneur, along with his brothers and some friends, modified the recipe with dogs in mind. Now they hand make a variety of all-natural treats in the U.S., at their Washington State farm. With no preservatives and no additives, you and your pup will be pleased.