6 Inch Gullet Strips For Dogs
- Calorie Content 3,820
- Crude Fat Min 1.3%
- Crude Fiber Max 1.0%
- Moisture max 13%
- Crude protein 79%
Gullet Strips are also called Gullet Flats, and are an excellent chew for small to mid-sized dogs that want a challenge, Bully Sticks Central 6" Gullet Strips are a must try.
Gullet strips are thin, wide, and crunchy, these natural dog chews are packed with protein and are the perfect alternative to rawhide chews. The natural scent and flavor will delight your dog mainly because these jerk-like chews come from free-range, grass-fed beef only. Gullets are oven-baked to retain its wild goodness and nutritional benefits, these single-ingredient treats never fail to capture a dog’s attention.
Chewy in texture and incredibly long-lasting, these six-inch treats will keep your dog entertained for a significant amount of time. Aggressive and experienced chewers will delight in the rugged exterior and provides flavor and fun in every single bite. On average, our 6" Gullet Strips will last anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes. Gullet strips are perfect for distracting dogs on car rides, in public spaces, or simply keeping them busy when they are at home.
Gullet is a rich source of both protein and glucosamine – both essential in a dog’s diet. Protein is crucial as the building blocks of healthy body and fur while glucosamine maintains healthy cartilage for strong joints. Your four-legged best friend will be able to accompany you on all your outings and adventures for years to come. In addition to being delicious, gullet’s rough and chewy exterior makes it a highly effective means for keeping plaque at bay. Each bite and chew helps to scrape away plaque, lowering their risk of periodontal disease while freshening their breath.
Please supervise your dog when giving any treat or chew and ensure your dog has easy access to water before, during, and after treat consumption. Remove small or broken pieces to prevent any potential choking hazard. Please keep in mind your dog's age, health, and current diet conditions when selecting our treats