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Dog Chew

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  • 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.


4 avg. (317 reviews)

Not the best dog treat I have purchased.
10/02/2019 by Allan
It took my dog less than one hour to chew this bone to little pieces. I was looking forward to giving her this treat and have a few days of peace and quiet. I expected her to concentrate on this product and not bother me for something else to gnaw on. No joy. Like I said less than one hour.
Ignored by my dog!
09/30/2019 by Kathleen
My dog, who loves rawhide chews, would not go near this dog chew. I even put some peanut butter on it and she licked it off and wouldn't pick up the dog chew. Sorry, but it was a flop.
Mochi wasn’t thrilled
09/24/2019 by Audrey
Our dog wasn’t very interested in chewing this, so I tried the microwave thing to soften it up for him. The microwave attempt was awful and I just dumped it.
Not for us
09/20/2019 by Misty
My terrier gave it one sniff and walked away. Second try, same story.
Yum Yum!
06/26/2019 by Diana
Got them for both of my grand doggies and they just loved them.
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Ancient recipe from the Himalayan mountains. All natural and completely digestible.


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. more Their Story