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on August 12, 2016
I purchased this brand of bully sticks several months ago and used Amazon's "buy again" feature to place a recent order. The most recent product that I received is vastly different from my previous purchase. I'm highly unsatisfied with these bully sticks because of their size. They are ridiculously thin. The product image of a pen next to the item is completely misleading as the sticks that I received are all less than 1/2 or even 1/4 the thickness of a pencil.
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on December 9, 2014
MINUS STARS
These bully sticks are very small in diamater more than half the package are less than 3/8in. In diameter and should be sold as small. So if your looking for a quality bully stick try these they get five stars from my
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on March 6, 2017
While these are a good price and the no odor was enticing... these gave my dog terrible diarrhea. We have been feeding him bully sticks since he was a puppy and we tried 3 of these of the the span of a month. After the the first time and he had bad stool we waited again a week or so later to give him another once his stool turned to normal and sure enough he got it again. Same with the 3rd time. He's a 1 year old mini Aussie and very healthy otherwise. I'm not sure why these would make him so sick but I do not recommend.
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on August 6, 2016
My dog became obsessed with bully sticks when I visited my parents, so I decided to order my own. I can't attest to the quality of these sticks, but they varied a lot in width and some of them were pencil thin (in the photo, the group at left). This was a disappointment in contrast to the other ones my dog had been chewing (at right) which were consistently at least a half inch or more in width. Worse, my dog would not touch these! Wasted.

You're better off spending a little extra on these: [...]
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on May 30, 2017
I was very disappointed when I got these in the mail. They are super thin and take a whole 10 seconds to be eaten (by a pomeranian at that). The package is identical to another item that is 10X thicker than these. The bag/bully stick on the right is the correct, thicker one- huge difference.
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on May 4, 2017
I know it says smaller breeds but these are like toothpicks. def not worth the price. I've paid the same on here (amazon) for way bigger and better ones. Will def not buy these again. Even my dogs are disappointed.
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on October 13, 2016
Poor value for the money. The sticks are very skinny and the package doesn't list the weight so there's no way to know how much your getting. These sticks did not keep my 10lb. dog happy for long at all. I found a 1lb. Bag of grain free, grass fed beef sticks at Costco for $17 so now I have a comparison. The Costco bag is about three times heavier.
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on January 14, 2017
My dogs both LOVE bully sticks. They are both "lab-surprise" 60lb dogs and get so excited when they get a treat. These sticks are a good size. We often buy them the bully sticks at Costco, however those sticks are HUGE and are so dense you really can't break them in half so they will end up eating the entire huge stick in one day. I like the smaller sticks because I can give them each one small stick and that's all they will eat for the day. I also love that the bag comes with an even number of sticks because I hate it when a bag has an off number of items and I'm stuck with one treat to divide among 2 dogs. I also love that these bully sticks are made from free range animals, so hopefully my dogs aren't ingesting a ton of second-hand chemicals and hormones. Overall, I would say these treats are dog approved and we are happy with this purchase and this product.
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on November 18, 2014
Our two dogs really like these a lot-- we give them one each every night, and the prolonged chewing on these sticks helps keep them occupied so they're not begging for other more fattening treats-- plus, bullysticks tend to be very expensive if you buy them singly in the pet stores, so it's much cheaper to buy them in a multipack through Amazon or even one of the other online pet-food/supply specific websites. I also like that these particular bully-sticks come from free-range livestock.
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on May 19, 2016
I have a lab, so he's preconditioned to be a fatty and eats anything. Over rawhide or anything else, I nearly exclusively give him bully sticks and he plows through them like kids and Fruit-by-the-Foot. These bully sticks though, he gets excited when I pull a new one out of the bag, but he's not eaten one. The only reason I keep pulling them out of the bag and giving them to them is that he's leaving them in the backyard and they're getting rained on and gross. I figure each time that he'd have a change of heart, but so far he hasn't. I figure the rest of them I'll rub in bacon grease or soak in beef broth and then dry back out in the oven....or trash them because that's too much effort. Waste of money.
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