Farm Hounds Long-Lasting Natural Beef Hide Rolls (Hairy)
The BIG Difference: Industrial rawhide, with the use of toxic chemicals, only uses a portion of the hide after the top portion has been removed for tanning. This allows dogs to chew and consume industrial rawhide way quickly, opening the door to blockages and choking concerns.
Long-lasting: Our Beef Hide Rolls are long-lasting and will provide healthy chewing for even the most aggressive chewers! Chewing is one of the best mental and physical activities a dog can participate in!
Hide Length & Thickness: The inches listed with each size is an approximate length as some hides will shrink slightly during the drying process. The thickness of each hide will change depending on where the roll was cut from on the hide. We do our best to always send hides that are as thick as possible, but variations when dealing with organic products can be expected.
Natural Biome: These hides come from cows that spend their entire life pastured. Although each hide is washed before dehydration, seeing elements of grass, dirt, and other natural debris is common. Products with hair also retain some of their natural animal scent (which dogs love), so you can expect a cow hide to smell somewhat like a cow!
Can Dogs Eat Hair?Yes! Hair is actually very beneficial to the digestive tract (think of it like a pipe cleaner). It also delivers good levels of fiber and manganese! As humans, it throws us off, but your pup is a carnivore; it doesn't slow them down, it actually excites them! A dog's nose doesn't miss much, and having hair left on a chew gives them more smells to work with! Additionally, it feeds their canine drives by allowing them to "de-fluff" and pick at the chew before gnawing it down!
Chewing is one of the best mental and physical activities a dog can participate in!
Want to save your dog from dental disease, horrible breath, and teeth cleaning bills? Then give your dog a chew for around 10 minutes every day!
Similar to humans, canine dental issues can impact the overall health of your pet! Not only is gnawing and chewing a great mental and physical exercise, but it cleans teeth and strengthens gums! Daily chewing is just like brushing teeth for humans!
Limit supervised chewing to 15-20 minutes per session. (For softer chews, such as lamb or goat, limit to 10-15 minutes per session.) Most dogs feel fully satisfied (endorphins get released in the brain) after short sessions of back-of-the-jaw gnawing. After chewing, store the hide out of sight and give again when you need the pup to have some down time!