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New Natural Dog Chews at Best Bully Sticks

At Best Bully Sticks we’re experts on knowing what your dog will love gnawing on! In fact, we make it our mission to find only the most wholesome treats in the world. We’re SUPER excited to announce three NEW natural dog chews that Fido will love: Buffalo Ears, Lamb Feet and Thick Angus Beef Tendons!

Buffalo Ears are natural ear dog treats similar to our Cow Ears. If your dog loves a chewy treat with lots of flavor, this is the treat for them! This is a great treat for any dog looking for a daily chewing challenge! More about our new Buffalo Ears:

  • 100% All-Natural Buffalo Ears
  • Similar to all-natural Cow Ear Dog Treats
  • Chewy texture
  • Great Dental Dog Chew
  • Fully Digestible alternative to Rawhide
  • Approximately 6-10 inches
  • $14.99 for 15

 

Lamb Foot Dog Chews are a limited edition chew at BBS! A full lamb foot and upper leg bone, your dog will enjoy great flavor and beneficial nutrients in one long-lasting dog chew. For a short time, grab these Lamb Feet for only $1.99!

  • 100% All-Natural Australian Lamb
  • Great hypoallergenic dog treat
  • Long-lasting
  • Great source of calcium and phosphorus
  • Only $1.99
  • LIMITED QUANTITIES!

Thick Angus Beef Tendons are super dense dog chews made from free-range, grass-fed Brazilian beef! A bit shorter than our Monster Angus Beef Tendons, these lasting chews are perfect for any size dog and make great dental treats!

  • 100% Natural Free-Range, Grass-Fed Brazilian Angus Beef
  • Super dense dog chew
  • Great Dental Dog Chew
  • Fully Digestible
  • $2.25 Individual / $19.99 10 Pack

 

 

Learn other great Best Bully Sticks New Products like our Made in the USA Yummy Yam Dog Treats!

 

Weekly Drool Recipe: Coconut Butter via Kirby the Dorkie

Our good friend Kirby the Dorkie has come up with a great way to add exotic flavor to your dog’s meal that also packs a wallop of health benefits! Today Best Bully Sticks shares Kirby’s recipe for Coconut Butter! Check out the full recipe below.

Wondering what the difference is between coconut oil and coconut butter? Coconut oil is the oil extracted from the coconut where coconut butter is made from raw dried shredded coconut. When you puree the shredded coconut the coconut oil and coconut meat mix together and turn into a butter spread.

To make your own use unsweetened, dried coconut, either shredded or flakes, which turn into a somewhat smooth butter. Do not use desiccated, sweetened, reduced fat or fresh coconut. This does require a powerful food processor or blender to make.

So what can you do with coconut butter? Spoon coconut butter straight from the jar and mix in the meal time kibble, add it to baked treats, melt and pour over sweet potatoes or baked carrots, freeze for pupsicles, the list is endless. Coconut butter isn’t just for dogs either!  Humans can use it as a coffee creamer, a spread for toast, in curry dishes, and smoothies to name a few.

Try making different flavored coconut butters: mix 1 tablespoon carob powder with 1/4 cup coconut butter, 1 tablespoon peppermint oil with 1/4 cup coconut butter, or 1 tablespoon cinnamon with 1/4 cup coconut butter.

Prep Time: 15 – 20 minutes    Cook Time: None    Yields:  1 cup

Ingredients

2 cups unsweetened coconut, shredded or flakes read more…

Rescue Spotlight: Providing for Paws

Dogs belong with families. And families should have dogs. If you believe these two things like Best Bully Sticks does, then you love hearing about organizations like Providing for Paws. Starting as an outlet for low-income families to help pay for vet bills and necessities for dogs, this Metro Detroit-based assistance organization is also rescues and rehomes animals in need. Read more about this amazing organization below.

When & Why did you start?

Providing for Paws was started in March of 2011, with the intention of helping with food assistance, altering and vaccinating for low-income families.  That has since turned into rescuing animals as well as providing assistance to families in need.  I got involved with rescue after my son had asked me if we could take in a dog that he felt one of his friends was neglecting and abusing. He stated the dog was a puppy that was living in a crate in her own waste, not getting food or water and the owner was taking her out and getting her drunk during parties he was having. Our family had just suffered a loss of our Lab of 13 years, and I was not ready for another animal.  I told my son that I would help him get the puppy to a shelter, but could not handle the loss of another pet.  About a week later my son could not take the neglect any longer and paid the kid $200.00 in order to get the dog out of the situation she was in. 

In he came with a nasty crate filled with waste and a 5 month old Pit Bull puppy.  I was ignorant of the breed at that time, despite watching shows like The Dog Whisper and believed the hype from the media.  Although I did not fear this absolutely adorable puppy, I told my son we could not keep her because of our Grandchildren coming and going.  I feared she may become vicious with them when she got older. I also was aware that the shelters killed Pit Bull type breeds all the time and knew if I took her to a shelter, she would have been put down.  She seemed so sweet and loving the second she came into my home.  Jumping on my lap and kissing my face within minutes, I didn’t have the heart to take her to the shelter where I knew her chances of making it out alive was slim.  I told my son he had two weeks to find her a new home! 

The following day I took the puppy to the vet to see why she had a lot of hair missing around her ears, concerned she may have an ear infection.  Turned out she had mange from her stressful living conditions.  While at the vet, I told the vet my concerns as to this pup’s breed.  The vet told me, that if I properly socialized her as we did our lab, she would be no different acting then our lab was—that the breed gets into the wrong hands and to do my homework and research the breed, before I was so quick to give her up.  When I got back home from the vets, I did my research and found out a ton of information about the breed.  It broke my heart to see how mistreated the breed was and felt I had to do something to help.  I began finding rescue groups and causes that supported the breed, then networking the animals on Facebook—getting involved in trying to stop the high kill rate of our own Animal Control in Detroit.  read more…

Weekly Drool Recipe: Twist ‘N Licks via My Dog’s Breakfast

A yummy cookie is a great treat for any two-legged or four-legged friend, so why not share? Best Bully Sticks brings you a wonderful cookie recipe from the kitchen of My Dog’s Breakfast. Her take on the traditional sandwich cookie, you know, the kind you “Twist” and “Lick” will have you and your dog making your own from now on! See the full recipe below.

Ingredients

“The Cookie”

  • 2 cups dark rye flour (or spelt, whole wheat)
  • 1/2 cup carob powder
  • TSP cinnamon
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 TBS (preferably natural smooth peanut butter
  • 2 TBS honey
  • 1.5 TBS melted coconut oil

“The Middle”

  • 1/4 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 2 TBS peanut butter

Drizzle:

  • Carob chips
  • Water to thin
  • *coconut oil optional read more…
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