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9 Easy Ways to Show Your Dog Love

Today is Love Your Pet Day, but Best Bully Sticks knows every day you can show your dog love in a number of ways! Here are 9 Easy Ways to Show Your Dog Love!

1. Take Your Dog For A Walk. Did you know a fit dog is 15% more likely to live longer? Taking your dog for daily walks in your neighborhood will not only make Fido a healthier, happier dog but can even curb behavioral and social problems. The same goes for playing around the house, playing fetch or tug! Plus, you’ll get some exercise, too! read more…

12 Crucial Facts About Your Canine’s Canines

February is Pet Dental Health Month and at Best Bully Sticks, we care about your canine’s canines! Check out our infographic below and find how why your dog’s teeth are so important to their overall health! 

Looking for an easy way to keep your dog’s teeth clean? Check out Best Bully Sticks full line of all-natural bully sticks for dogs

What is a Bully Stick Dog Chew?

Just what is a bully stick dog chew? Watch our handy-dandy video to find out! 

Bully Sticks from Best Bully Sticks are: 

  • 100% All Natural Beef
  • Sourced from Free-Range, Grass-Fed Brazilian Beef or American Cattle
  • Just 1 Single Ingredient
  • Free of ALL Preservatives, Chemicals, Fillers or Additive
  • Fully Digestible, unlike rawhide which causes blockages
  • Great dental dog chews–they scrape away tartar and plaque buildup
  • Perfect for teething puppies to seniors alike!
  • Made in a WIDE variety of lengths, thicknesses and shapes so your dog can find the perfect chew for them!

Don’t know what bully sticks are best for your dog? We’d love to give you a personalized suggestion! (And we love talking about dogs!) Send us an email or give us a call at 1-877-483-5853! 

 

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…

Weekly Drool Recipe: Pork & Greens Traditional New Years Dog Treat Recipe via Doggy Dessert Chef

Start off Fido on the right foot (or paw) in the New Year! Plan your New Year’s meal the traditional way—with the good luck foods of New Years! Doggy Dessert Chef provides a yummy, hearty treat to whip up for Fido on New Years. With great ingredients like collard greens and bacon, your dog will certainly count himself lucky!  (see below for full recipe)

Aren’t familiar with traditional New Year’s foods? In many areas of the US (and even the world) eating certain foods is thought to bring good luck in the coming year. Greens, like collards, kale and chard, are thought to bring monetary good fortune. (Greens to “Make Green”?) Many Danish and German folk as well as U.S. Southerners participate. Same goes for pork! Pigs are thought to symbolize progress (pigs root themselves forward), wealth and prosperity and this juicy meat is eaten all around the world on New Year’s Day.  Read this great synopsis of traditional New Year’s good luck food for more info!

If your dog loves pork, check out our entire line of all natural pork dog treats at BestBullySticks.com!

Ingredients

  • 4 slices Bacon, crisply cooked and crumbled
  • 1 cup frozen Chopped Collard Greens, thawed
  • 1 Egg
  • 2 tablespoons Milk
  • 1 cup Soy Flour read more…

A Dog’s Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care
In hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be there.
My dogs, they were nestled all snug in my beds,
While visions of chewy toys danced in their heads.
When up on the roof there arose such a clatter,
I sprang from my chair to see what was the matter.
Off to the window I flew like a flash,
Tore open the shutter then threw up the sash.
The moon on the crest of the new fallen snow
Gave a luster of midday to objects below.
And what to my wondering eyes should appear
But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer.
With a little old driver so lively and quick,
I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick.
With a sputter of ashes and flurry of soot,
He slid down the chimney with all of his loot.
My precious dogs stood there, so regal and proud,
Guarding their home with their barks oh so loud.
St. Nick showed no fear, and he called them by name.
He knew in his heart they were gentle and tame.
He brought out his list, began checking it twice.
“My beauties, I see that all year you’ve been nice.
“I have in my bag many toys and much more.
Please tell me, you puppies, what you’re longing for.”
My dogs talked to each other — much to my surprise —
And then turned to Santa with tears in their eyes.
“We have chewies and balls and ropes to be tugged.
We are pampered and coddled and petted and hugged.
But for Christmas, dear Santa, we have but one care:
That all dogs be loved just as much as we are.
“We want no dog beaten, no dog whipped or chained.
We want no dog abused, abandoned, or maimed.
We want that all dogs, no matter what size,
See true love reflected in their masters’ eyes.”
St. Nick paused for a moment to gather his wits.
“I cannot stop humans from being such twits.
All dogs are so beautiful and such a treasure.
They just want to be loved and to give humans pleasure.
“This is a bright lesson I will try to teach.
And maybe your wish will be within my reach.”
St. Nick then turned to me, his face wet with tears:
“Be proud of your babies. They all are such dears.”
He planted a kiss on each beautiful head:
“Now you gentle giants, go right off to bed.
Think only good thoughts, and dream only good dreams
Of running and jumping and playing in streams.”
In an instant, St. Nick disappeared in a poof,
And I heard him laugh loudly up there on the roof.
He jumped in his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And off he then flew like the down on a thistle.
And I heard him exclaim as he drove out of sight,
“Merry Christmas to All, and to Dogs a Good Life!”

A Dog’s Night Before Christmas courtesy of Richard Lederer from A Treasury of Dog Lovers (Howard Books)

Merry Christmas! 

Weekly Drool Recipe: Candy Cane Dog Treats via Pet Coupon Savings

Just a few days until Christmas! Best Bully Sticks knows Fido is just as excited as you for the wonderful time of year, so do something special for your pup to show him how much you care! Today we’re featuring Candy Cane Dog Treats via Pet Coupon Savings! These easy and adorable treats have a great minty flavor that your pooch will love! Use the recipe below and whip some up this Holiday Season!

Ingredients

  • 3 cups whole wheat flour
  • ½ cup powdered milk
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • 2 large eggs (set one aside for egg wash)
  • 1 tsp. Peppermint oil
  • red food coloring (optional)

Directions

  1. Whisk all your wet ingredients together until well combined.
  2. Add dry ingredients, one at a time, stirring between each addition to incorporate.
  3. Knead dough on floured surface for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Divide dough in half, make a well in one half and add the peppermint and food coloring-working it in and adding food coloring until desired color is reached.
  5. Place both dough rolls back into bowl, cover, and refrigerate for 1 hour to firm dough.
  6. Preheat oven to 350°.
  7. Cover a cookie sheet in foil and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
  8. Whisk egg for wash in a small bowl.
  9. Remove dough from refrigerator, break each dough color up into an equal number of pieces- about a Tbsp. or so in size-depending on the size of the recipient.
  10. Roll each ball into a small snake-like shape.
  11. .Work on a long sheet of wax paper creating candy canes to prevent sticking- dough will still be somewhat sticky and that is normal.
  12. Twist one of each color together and bend the end to create a hook shape.
  13. Place your “Candy Cane” on the foil lined baking sheet.
  14. Brush each with egg wash.
  15. Bake for 10-12 minutes.
  16. Cool completely and store in an airtight container.

Special Thanks to Pet Coupon Savings for the amazing recipe and photos!

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

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