See this dog's intense focus on his Wild Eats treat? Doesn't he look a little wild?
He's wild about Wild Eats Water Buffalo ears, cheeks, and horns! He gets to chew the treats, exercising his incisors and canines, clean his teeth and gums, and generally have a good ol' time.
But you get to know this:
1. Wild Eats dog treats are all single-sourced from sustainably-raised water buffalo that roam open fields and eat grass. That means that its water buffalo ears, cheeks, and horns don't contain any trace of the hormones and antibiotics given to most cattle and boar raised for human and animal consumption. According to Wild Eats, the sustainable livestock farmers they source from "use a wide variety of practices, not only to raise animals humanely, produce better products, and provide a living for themselves and their families, but also to build soil and sequester carbon, mitigating the effects of greenhouse gases."
2. Wild Eats Water Buffalo Ears are pure cartilage and skin.
The Water Buffalo Ears are long-lasting chews that are an alternative to pig and cow ears. Look at the comparison below:
3. Wild Eats Water Buffalo Cheeks are slices of buffalo cheeks that are very high in protein and essential vitamins. In the East, buffalo cheeks are consumed by humans for their vitamins and muscle building properties.
For hard chewers, Wild Eats also makes the Water Buffalo Retriever Style Cheek Roll Dog Chews.
4.. Wild Eats Water Buffalo Horns are pure buffalo horn - a bone core covered in keratin.
The Wild Eats Water Buffalo treats are new to the pet market but, so far, dog parents rate them highly. Company offerings, from the Water Buffalo Ears to the Horns, are intended for a range of chewers from gentle (Wild Eats Water Buffalo Ears) to moderate (Wild Eats Water Buffalo Cheeks and Wild Eats Water Buffalo Retriever Style Cheek Roll Dog Chews) to intense (Wild Eats Water Buffalo Horns).
Browse all Wild Eats Water Buffalo chew treats here.
Always watch your dog when she's working on a chew toy; small chips may break off as dogs chew and, for her safety, you should pick them up as soon as possible.
That's the buzz for today!