We offer the best cow ears for dogs of all sizes! Made entirely from Cartilage, not Rawhide!
If your dog is struggling with boredom or anxiety, lend them an ear - a Cow Ear, that is. Soft and chewy cartilage make for the most soothing of chewing sessions. Not only that, but they are also easy on the teeth and gums. Cow Ear is as delicious as it is relaxing. These are wonderful treats for teething puppies or senior dogs whose teeth are not as tough as they used to be. Cow Ears are available in resealable bags of 10, 20, or 50 units.
Aside from being a delicious solution to your dog’s emotional distress, these savory beef treats are sure to get your dog to sit still. Perfect for the casual chewer, ears are suitable for dogs of any size. On average, Cow Ears last around 20-30 minutes, although the exact time will vary depending on how enthusiastic a chewer you have on your hands.
Cow Ears are also effective for maintaining healthy dental hygiene. The natural ridges of the cartilage exterior will gently scrape away plaque and tartar with every bite. Your dog gets a delicious snack and you, the pet owner, can enjoy fresher-smelling dog kisses. This means fewer visits to the doggy dentist and a lower likelihood of dental disease for your pup.
Delicious Cow Ears for Dogs & Puppies
Bully Sticks Central’s Cow Ears are 100% natural and made from premium cattle. Our single-ingredient chew boasts free-range, grass-fed beef that was ethically sourced and hand-inspected in the United States. Brimming with protein and essential amino acids, each chomp, bite, and chew will have your dog ingesting high quality protein. No need to worry about artificial ingredients like chemicals or preservatives. We also steer clear of fillers such as wheat, gluten, grain, and soy. Go ahead and check the ingredient list on this yummy treat - there is only one!
What are Cow Ears?
Cow ears are a natural and healthy chew for dogs made from the oven dried cow ear.
Cow ears are one of the most popular dog chews because are rich in protein and help promote digestion and teeth cleaning.
They also have less fat than other dog chews like pig ears or beef jerky, making them a healthier option for dogs who are looking to lose weight.
Cow ears can also be given as an alternative to rawhide chews because they're made up mostly of cartilage, which is soft and won't splinter.
Cow ears come in various sizes mainly because every animal is different in terms of size and anatomy.
Are cow ears rawhide?
Although cow ears look similar to rawhide treats they are entirely made out of cartilage and wrapped in a thin skin. Cow ears don't splinter at all and are fully digestible.
Rawhide is the inner layer of a cow’s hide. Rawhide is not easily digested and can stomach problems as well as blockage or bowel blockage.
Are cow ears safe for dogs? Are they a good treat or should you avoid them?
The answer to both of these questions is a resounding yes! Cow ears are a great choice as a dog treat. They have many benefits and no real downsides.
Cow ears can also be quite satisfying for your dog. When working through one, your canine will enjoy the process of stripping it down to nothingness while keeping all the chewy delicious bits intact.
As far as safety goes, cow ears contain no additives or preservatives making them perfectly healthy for eating from beginning to end. They are not smothered in salts, sugars, or greases that could cause your dog to suffer from digestive problems.
Cow ears are also low-calorie treats that can provide an energy boost without causing weight gain. This helps with training by giving you the ability to deliver feedback right after it is given while not harming your pet's figure.
Overall, cow ears are a safe and healthy choice for dogs of all sizes!
If your dog has any dietary restrictions or food allergies then there are steps you can take during the procurement process to ensure they remain safe for eating. If you have a small pup who is allergic to chicken then it should be easy enough to spot cow ears that do not contain this meat base.
* 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 *