What's your pup's favorite chew that lasts longer than a sitting?

Hi, everyone!

What's your dog's favorite chew that lasts longer than ten minutes?  So far the best chewing device that lasts the longest in my household are bully sticks (the quality kind, otherwise kinds from brands like Ol' Roy get chewed up in a sitting) and pig skin twists (those seem to last about a day or two).

I have a variety of different flavored Nylabones, but they're not interested in those. 

Any suggestions?  I have a 1.5 year-old and a 6 month-old (who has all of her adult teeth, but I can tell she has discomfort in her back molars because that's where she chews most). Thanks!

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Comment by Jane Christensen on June 28, 2016 at 8:01am
Yes it's made from Yak milk. Mine love them. You can order on Amazon and you don't need a huge one since they last so long.
Comment by Natsuhi Shirosaki on June 28, 2016 at 2:47am

After reading many blogs one option I consider to be very nice is the himalayan dog chew
as I remember its some sort of cheese that last ages & does not destroy teeth & do not have a choking hazard (other experienced members, please correct me if I am wrong). When I have my own corgi that will be the first thing I give to him, and a kong as well.

Website here:
https://www.chewy.com/himalayan-dog-chew-mixed-dog-treats/dp/48636

Comment by Jane Christensen on June 21, 2016 at 8:30am

I am going to suggest a different a toy that my dogs "mouth" and it will last them for years. It's the very small 

Chuck It ball and NOT the tennis ball but a more rubber ball. It is mainly orange with blue stripes. All my Corgis love this and they can easily chew on and carry it around. You can buy them fairly cheap on line or in pet stores and they come in 2 packs also! If you need a picture I can send one. They are the best toy/chew ever!

Comment by Beth on June 18, 2016 at 4:20pm
Mine always liked antlers. But only some, not others. Depends on how much marrow they have and how fresh they are.
Comment by Yuki & Ellie on June 16, 2016 at 8:54am

My two like to chew on large beef trachea and they seem to last for quite some time.  I do take them away after awhile, though, as I don't want them sitting around getting slimy.  And if your pup is experiencing a sore mouth, you could try freezing a damp (old) washcloth and giving her that to chew on for a bit. 

Aside from edible chews, Ellie absolutely adores her Booya squeaky toy.  She chews on that thing for ages when we humans finally get tired of throwing it for her.  And while it's obviously not as thick/rigid as a Kong toy, I have yet to see her chew any pieces off of it. 

Comment by Vicky Hay on June 15, 2016 at 2:01pm

I also used to give them bully sticks. Both poochies, thank goodness, outgrew the desperate need to chew and so they get by cheerfully now with carrots and seeded apple quarters.

The bully sticks you can get at Costco seem to last pretty well. The bill will make your eyes bug out, but after you catch your breath and you think what one or two of them costs at a pet store, the lifetime supply package looks like a bargain.

Some years ago I discovered the German shepherd (who never lost her interest in chewing things up) could chew on one of those rope toys until the cows came home, and nothing would happen. You might try that. Keep an eye on them, though, 'cause you wouldn't want the critter to pull it apart and swallow any strings. The Gershep never did...but my policy is not to put anything past a dog or a kid.

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