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Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews

Cow Lung 1 lb

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Cow Lung 1lb 3 Pack

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For dogs.

With their gentle aroma, ease of chewing and single ingredient, your dog will go crazy for these Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Chews.

Made from only one ingredient, Only Natural Pet Cow Lungs are sourced from the same quality, free range, grass fed cattle we use for our other chews. This means you can trust that they're only natural, high protein, low fat organ meat and contain no added fillers, preservatives, flavors, hormones or additives.

Featuring a crunchy consistency and amazing taste, these chews are a great option to feed to your dog as an anytime treat. And since they aren't a hard chew like a bully stick, you can easily break them apart and use them for an effective training treat. Not to mention, the texture makes them a great snack for puppies, seniors, or any dog that is suffering dental issues.

Trusted ingredients, amazing aroma and delicious taste... it can only be Only Natural Pet Cow Lungs.

Available as a 1 lb bag and a 1 lb bag 3 pack.

Beef Allergy?

Unfortunately, beef products can be a common allergy for some dogs. If you're looking for the same great quality of Only Natural Pet Cow Lungs but just a different protein, Only Natural Pet Lamb Lungs offer a fantastic alternative.

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Country of Origin: South America

Manufacturer: Only Natural Pet

Ingredients

- 100% cow lung

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Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews
 
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5.0

Muzzle-feeding treat for Raw-Fed Dog

By Terez

from Washington DC

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        Comments about Only Natural Pet Cow Lung Dog Chews:

        I feed Prey Model Raw, and that really limits the treats that I can use. I gravitate to dried organs.

        With a cutting board and a sharp chef's knife, I can cut these into matchsticks. Some sections are too tough to cut but for the most part, I can get these into matchstick size/shape. Then I toss them in a little water to moisten and then they will fit through my dog's muzzle to feed treats when I walk him.

        And my dog is CRAZY about these! He loves the taste. In between walks I keep the moistened ones in the fridge so they stay fresh.

        Now, the whole thing doesn't cut into matchsticks. Some parts are too oddly-shaped, some parts are brittle and break into small pieces, and then there's a fair bit of dust and fibers on the cutting board. I brush them into his food dish.

        The oddball sizes I will soak to get them sorta soft, and then use them as the treat that's sitting in the muzzle when I put it on (I "pay" my dog with a nice treat for letting me put the muzzle on).

        I've tried other all-natural organ treats and the only thing that's better for cutting is freeze-dried duck hearts (from another source) but they're too small to feed quickly through a muzzle. This matchstick shape lets me poke one end through the muzzle and my dog tongues it to pull it into his mouth. With the duck heart I have to put my fingers against my dog's lips, and if we encounter a situation that he's reacting to, I don't want my fingers to be that close to his teeth.

        By the way, I tried the dried lamb lung but it's thinner and more brittle than the cow lung. It does not cut well for me, it shatters rather than cuts (although, as I type this, I realize I haven't tried soaking it first).

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