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Best Bully Sticks Product Spotlight: Bully Stick Pretzels 15% OFF

Do your dogs love BBS‘s bully sticks?! Why not make it a little more enjoyable and a little more challenging! Our Bully Stick Pretzels are now 15% OFF! 

“These Bully Stick Pretzels are a 12-14″ bully stick twisted into the shape of a pretzel. The pretzel is about 4″ to 5″ across and 3″ high. These bully stick pretzels are great for all dogs, big and small. Sure to be a novelty that does not hang around long, we are sure that your dogs will enjoy them! 

Although these Bully Stick Pretzels will not last as long as a standard 12″ bully stick, they provide variety for your pooch which will help to keep them interested and excited for a longer period of time. 

We use exclusively FREE-RANGE grass fed cattle in our Best Bully Sticks natural beef dog treats and dog chews. We believe that cattle should be free range and graze on grass rather than be cooped up in feedlots. In our opinion, this makes for a higher quality product the way that nature intended.”

BBS is giving you 15% off individuals, 25, 50 & 100 packs of Bully Stick Pretzels

Best Bully Sticks Easter Egg Hunt Winner!

If you haven’t heard, Shaelyn from North California was the BBS Easter Egg Hunt Winner!

She and her dog, Dixie, received a year’s worth of bully sticks! (300 bully sticks!)

Congratulations to Shaelyn & Dixie! (Dixie pictured to the left) And thanks to all who participated in our Easter Egg Hunt! We had a GREAT response and we’ll definitely be planning another scavenger hunt in the future! 

Here are the correct answers to our Easter Egg Hunt:

1. 10 Inch Beef Tripe Springs

2. 6 Inch Standard Bully Stick

3. Dog Bog ID Tag

4. Bully Bone read more…

Best Bully Sticks Breed Spotlight: Shar Pei

Today, you’ll learn about a dog that has an ancient history, fierce love for family and is also probably one of the cutest puppies. Best Bully Sticks brings you the Shar Pei. Read about this historic Chinese breed! We think you’ll be surprised! 

History & Background: Considered one of the oldest breeds on earth, the Shar Pei hails from the Guangdong province of China where it was originally bred to be a farm dog, and served many roles. The earliest Shar Pei’s were guard dogs, hunters, trackers and herders.  The Shar Pei’s unique physical characteristics, the black tongue and intimidating “scowl,” were prized qualities to this breed’s early Chinese owners because they believed these traits would ward off evil spirits.

One of the earliest records of the Shar Pei’s existence is seen from pictures on pottery from the Han Dynasty circa 206 B.C. It’s thought this dog has a common ancestry with the Chow Chow, especially as they share the same distinct blue-black tongue.

During the Communist Revolution in China, this breed’s numbers dwindled dramatically. A Chinese business man, Matgo Law, appealed to Americas in 1973 by way of a magazine article.  That same year, 200 Shar Pei’s were smuggled into America.  Most American Shar Pei’s can be traced to back to these 200.

The English form of this dog’s name “Shar Pei” probably came from the British spelling of the Cantonese equivalent, “sā pèih.” This translates to “sand skin” or “sand coat.” This breed was recognized by the AKC in 1991. read more…

Weekly Drool Recipe: Berry Yogurt Bliss

Best Bully Sticks is excited because it’s springtime and that means berries! It also means spending lots of time in the sunny outdoors with your pup. So when those fresh blueberries, strawberries and blackberries make their way into a farmer’s market near you, make the most of both of worlds with these easy, healthy and yummy treats for your pup! Dogs love yogurt and berries, so you can’t strike out with these treats. You might even sneak a few for yourself.

Thanks to Doggy Dessert Chef for contributing this recipe to our blog!


1 cup pureed Berries (Blackberries, Strawberries or Blueberries can all work!)
1/2 cup Plain Yogurt
1 2/3 cup Whole Wheat Flour
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
2/3 cup Oats read more…

Best Bully Sticks Book Giveaway: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

Ever wonder what your dog is thinking? The Art of Racing in the Rain might just give you a little insight. Best Bully Sticks recently had the privilege of hearing Garth Stein talk about his latest novel and we want to share it with you!

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Best Bully Sticks Rescue Spotlight: Janice Wolf & Rocky Ridge Refuge

Janice says it was never a choice. It was a calling.

“I have rescued animals from my earliest memory. Just born to do this. Over the years I would do what I could, where I could. I grew up as a ‘military brat,” always moving around and with parents who were not very keen on animals, so I did not have pets very often. I did keep various wildlife ‘patients,” like orphaned baby birds and injured bunnies, stashed in the woods in my makeshift ‘MASH’ units, so I could care for and then release them all healed.”

It’s hard to describe who Janice Wolf is. She’s the founder of Rocky Ridge Refuge, a rescuer, a healer, a spokesperson, an advocate and more. But since Best Bully Sticks held our $500 Animal Shelter Giveaway, we quickly realized exactly what Janice Wolf does. Simply put: she loves animals.

Janice Wolf loves animals. It determines her every action. The well being of her animals, from the fawns, ducks, sheep, dogs and at one point a very famous bull, is what makes life worth living. 

“I have had serious health issues for many years and helping and caring for the animals literally gives me a reason to get up everyday and fight through daily pain and fatigue. I have never had a family of my own, so these critters are my family.”

Janice’s family is a wonderful one and they return her love.  Although, with 50-60 family members, things sometimes get a little cramped.  But, just like a true family, they make it work. read more…

Dog Care 101 Tip #158: Preventing & Treating Canine Obesity

Best Bully Sticks knows that you love spoiling your dog, but you might want to reconsider feeding Fido those table scraps during dinner. It seems that pet obesity is a growing problem in the U.S., a fact made clear by a recent article published by WebMD, which listed obesity among the top five issues facing pets. There are a number of reasons why owners may unintentionally allow their dog to plump up; dogs may not get daily exercise, they could overeat, or they could be eating food unsuitable for a healthy animal diet.

Pet obesity can cause complicated medical problems if left untreated. It’s proven to be a contributing factor to heart disease, diabetes, respiratory problems and bone and joint issues. An overweight dog is not a happy, healthy pet no matter how many treats you give him.

Unfortunately, many people remain ignorant about what their dogs can and cannot eat on a regular basis. This may simply be because dog obesity isn’t a widely covered issue and owners may not think twice about proper dietary and exercise for their four-legged friends. Let’s take some time to recognizing canine obesity and addressing basic preventative methods so you can enjoy your dog’s company for a long time.

How can you tell if your pet is overweight?
Too many owners confuse a fat dog for a healthy one. As stated before, pet obesity is serious business, so if you have any suspicion that your dog is overweight, check for these few key signs. read more…

Best Bully Sticks Breed Spotlight: Borzoi

The Borzoi—the graceful Russian hunting dog. Here at Best Bully Sticks, this big, fast and exotic wolfhound fascinates us. Read more about this Russian beauty below!

History & Background: The Borzoi is a sight hound that was bred by crossing Arabian greyhounds and a thick-coated Russian greyhound. “Borzoi” actually means “fast” in Russian and this dog was a constant companion to Russian aristocracy for hundreds of years. This breed was used to hunt wolves, fox and hare in the Russian plains. In 1936, this dog became known as the Russian Wolfhound in America.

Height: At least 28-30 inches for males; at least 26 inches for females

Weight: 60-105 pounds

Coat: The Borzoi’s coat is long and silky. The texture of the coat can vary from straight to wavy to curly. On the head, ears and fronts of the legs, the hair is short and smooth yet the neck should have dense hair. This dog’s hair feathers on the back and front of the legs, tail and chest.  Regular brushing and bathing are required to keep up the coat.

Color: This dog can be found in any color or color combination.

Appearance: Sometimes called the “long-haired greyhound,” the Borzoi’s history as a hunter has provided this breed with very specific and distinctive physical traits.  As an extremely fast runner, the Borzoi has muscular legs and smooth body lines. This breed looks very similar to the Saluki as well.  read more…

Weekly Drool Recipe: Cheesy Tomato Herb Dog Treats

One word: Savory. This week, Best Bully Sticks brings your pooches a yummy recipe that is everything great about soup but in biscuit form. This recipe is plenty enticing for us humans, yet it’s all for your pup! With the perfect combination of smooth mozzarella, sweet tomatoes and fresh herbs; you might find yourself sneaking a piece too!


2 cups Whole Wheat Flour

1/3 cup Milk

1 Egg

5 tablespoons Butter

1 can Tomato Paste (6 ounces)

1/2 cup shredded Mozzarella Cheese

2 teaspoon dried Basil

1 teaspoon dried Parsley read more…

Best Bully Sticks Rescue Spotlight: Puppy Rescue Mission

“It’s so funny how something as simple as a puppy can make even the hardest, toughened soldier melt upon a few kisses to the face.”

Best Bully Sticks knows without a doubt this is true, and not just for soldiers. Dog’s have that innate ability to become instantaneous companions for life. This is the basic mission of one special animal rescue’s efforts. Puppy Rescue Mission reunites American soldiers with dogs that they befriended during military tours as well as helps local shelters place dogs in need.

“Anna Cannan, president of Puppy Rescue Mission, originally created PRM to fundraise to help rescue “THE LUCKY SEVEN” out of Afghanistan where her fiancé was deployed. Due to Anna’s amazing fundraising success, several of “THE LUCKY SEVEN” are now living stateside along with their respective soldiers.

It is PRM’s mission to continue Anna’s work by fundraising and helping to rescue dogs and cats out of Afghanistan for soldiers who deserve to have their furry friends brought back from war.” (from PRM’s Facebook) read more…

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