Same great Beef Hide, now with hair!
Welcome to the real thing! These naturally dried chews are the full hide. They are not chemically processed, cooked, or dyed like industrially made rawhide.
Know the 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 them way too quickly, opening the door to blockages and choking concerns.
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 do!
Beef Hide is very high in collagen, a type of protein that is quite important for holding bones and skin tissues in place.
Make the most of it:
Limit chewing to around 15-20 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 chew out of sight to use when you need the pup to have more chew time!
Ingredients: Beef hide
Sourcing: 100% grass-fed, pasture-raised beef from White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, GA
*Price listed per item
Can dogs eat hair?
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!
All chewing should be supervised, especially when your dog is trying something for the first time. When giving any type of rawhide, you want to make sure your dog is chewing appropriately. As durable and digestible as our rawhides are, if your pup is strong enough to rip large pieces free and swallow them, we recommend removing the chew for safety reasons.
Although we see most dogs take to the hides right away, sometimes they just don’t know how to get started!
There are a couple things you can do to try and get them going, and once they start, they typically go back to it without any assistance.
Option 1: A Little Something
Put a little coconut oil or peanut butter on an edge. This will get them licking, which should turn into heavy duty chewing!
Option 2: Hide Some Treats
Take some treats (preferably Farm Hounds beef organ) and place 1-2 pieces inside the roll. This gives the pup a “target” zone and they will instinctively know where to start working to try and access the treat. Once started, they should just end up enjoying the chewing!
Option 3: Soak An Edge
Soak one side in about 1/4in of water. This will soften up an edge, making it a more appealing chew, and gives the dog an easier starting point.