Bully Sticks Central's new Beef Cheek Rolls are all-natural chews made from the cow's entire cheek. Beef Cheek Rolls are a lightweight, single-ingredient chew free of chemicals, additives, preservatives, flavors, and coloring. Plus, the springy shape helps fight boredom as your dog playfully figures out the best way to hold this chew and chomp down. Even better, our line of Beef Cheek chews is naturally rich in collagen, which helps support your dog’s joint health.
Are Beef Cheek Rolls Rawhide?
Rawhides are made from the hide scraps of the leather industry, but beef cheeky rolls are made from the cheek meat of a cow. Presumably, the cheek meat is never destined for the leather processing plant and bypasses all of the resulting chemical treatments.
Beef Cheek Rolls Features
- Easily Digestible Compared to Traditional Rawhide
- Puffy and Light in Weight
- No Artificial Preservatives, Flavors, or Colorings
- Grain and Gluten-Free
- Rich in Collagen
- Odor-Free and Stain-Free
Are beef cheek rolls rawhide?
Hello, fellow dog lovers! It's Benjamin Smith once again, delving deep into the world of canine chews. One question that keeps popping up in our community is: "Are beef cheek rolls rawhide?" Let's set the record straight on this matter.
Rawhide chews, as many of us are aware, originate from the hide scraps that are byproducts of the leather industry. These hides often undergo chemical treatments, making some dog parents a tad cautious. On the other hand, beef cheek rolls are an entirely different ball game. Crafted from the cheek meat of cows, they are naturally processed, ensuring that they remain free from the chemical treatments that are commonly associated with rawhide. The cheek meat is never in the pipeline for leather production, ensuring its natural purity and safety for our four-legged friends.
To sum up, while both rawhide and beef cheek rolls might offer that satisfying chew for our pets, they are inherently different in their origins and processing. Beef cheek rolls present a natural, safer alternative for those seeking to avoid the potential chemical exposure of traditional rawhide. So, the next time you're looking for a chewy treat for your pooch, remember this distinction and make an informed choice!