deals25 bully stick dog chews (valuebull 5” ) for $24…

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Had trouble ordering with Firefox. IE worked, however.

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good site! if you are new to it and use coupon WELCOME, you can get 10% off, which covered more than my shipping charge.

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My dog just absolutely LOVED these things. I don't think she cared if she was chewing on a bulls dork.

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@coriolanuskid: You are incorrect. It is in fact Bull Penis if it is a Bully Stick, tendons are translucent for one. Plus when you look at the cut edge the urethra is right there.

Still these are a great snack for dogs. Back when I was younger I managed a pet store and we sold these by the hundreds every week. People would buy 100 at a time, they were not cheap either.

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My Aussie prefer the 12", she can hold it better. Once it gets down to 3-4" we throw it away. One of these will keep her entertained for hours, like putting a kid in front of cartoons :)

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@sirtwitchalot: "http://www.bullysticks4dogs.com/bully_sticks_made.htm
The juvenile in me . . . "

From that website: ". . . the bull's penis that is usually 23-25 inches long . . ."

The Juvenile in me giggled at that line.

The adult in me is going to correct the person who posted this item. Those bully sticks are NOT 5" thick, they're 5" LONG.

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It is bull penis for sure. Flossies are made from leg tendons. Both are actually healthy snacks for dogs, much better for them than rawhide. If you have a small dog though, make sure they don't choke on the last little bit which my dog tends to just want to swallow.

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@coriolanuskid: The Bull's penis is technically considered a tendon. That's a marketing thing to confuse wary people:

http://www.bullysticks4dogs.com/bully_sticks_made.htm

The juvenile in me finds the statement on the site: "bully sticks are hand measured for consistency in thickness" amusing, but I know it's wrong to snicker.

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bully sticks are made from cow leg tendons; the bull wiener thing is a myth.

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@sheldon: really? after about an hour the wretched dog breath seems to go away, but maybe my nose isn't as sensitive as yours.

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We banned these in our house... they gave a new definition of "Dog Breath"!

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I've got a Cocker Spaniel and an Australian Cattle Dog. The ACD can chew one that is thinner than this in about an hour. The Cocker takes a little longer. These sticks do seem to clean Tartar. And this is a pretty good deal on them, compared to what they retail for at the store. (I bought the bag of 70 of the thinner but longer type when they had another sale.) Anyway, my dogs love them. I could never get them to chew on the greenies.

And Masterminx: They're made out of bull wieners. Seriously.

Um, what else? They're stinky, but they don't leave lingering bad breath in my dogs. If you are buying these, check out the prices for dog toys and other stuff on the site, too. The prices for Kong toys are pretty good.

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I shudder to think about what these are made of. My dogs will eat any vile thing, though.

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I see the jumbo size is just $5 more but it'll also be another $7.99 for the shipping... I wonder if it'll make that much of a difference though my two dogs are very strong chewers.