Pizzels / Whizzers / Bully Sticks, Beef Steer, medium to thick and Extra Long, 30cm's, aproximately 30 to 35 pieces per 1kg bag.
$104.95 inc GST
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Bully Sticks / Pizzle / Whizzer, Beef Steer (Medium to thick, Extra Long, 30cm): for strong chewers, approximately 30 to 35 pieces per 1kg bag
Beef Steer whizzers are made from 100% Australian Beef, with absolutely no additives or preservatives. They are similar to our beef steer pizzles but made thicker to last longer with even the most determined chewers.
These all natural dog treats are high in protein and low in fat, ideal for strong chewers who crunch up other treats too quickly. We recommend “dental” dog treats such as Beef Bully Sticks for all dogs. Dental treats are treats that take a bit of work for the dog to get through, so something more substantial than a biscuit or a liver treat.
You can help to maintain healthy teeth and gums in your dog by giving them a dental chew each day. Chewing physically disrupts plaque from accumulating, and it also stimulates saliva production, which contains anti-bacterial agents to help fight gingivitis.
Whizzers / Pizzles are an exceptionally long-lasting treat with a natural, meaty flavour that dogs love. Chewing is a natural behaviour for dogs, and providing an outlet for that can help to save your furniture and your slippers! When dogs chew, it also releases calming hormones, helping them to self-soothe and settle down (great for anxious or boisterous dogs) – so the benefits extend even beyond the active chew time.
When you care about the quality of the treats you give your best friend, you can be sure that we’ve sourced the highest quality Whizzers / Pizzles we could find.
- 1 kg (approximately 22 to 25 per pack)
These natural dog treats are sure to be a favourite. Our tester dog couldn’t take his eyes off the packet while we were doing the product photos.
All photos are of typical products and should act as a guide only. As all of our products are natural, each is unique and therefore will vary in size, shape & colour. We always recommend that you treat your dog like a toddler and supervise them against the risk of choking or misadventure when giving them chew toys or treats.