Cow ears for dogs

Cow Ears For Dogs

Cows ears for dogs are one of the most popular dog treats available. Not only do these healthy dog chews help promote good oral hygiene, but they’re also low in fat and full of protein.

These long-lasting dog treats are a popular choice for dog owners because they are easy to use, affordable, and natural.

In this guide, we’ll help you understand why cow ears are a great option as a natural dog treat and teach you the health benefits they can provide for your dog.

Why are cow ears good for dogs?

Cow ears are highly digestible dog chews that are high in protein, low in fat, and gluten-free. Because cow ears do not contain any added chemicals or preservatives, they can be offered as a natural dog treat.

These natural dog chews are a safe alternative to rawhide treats and come with the added benefits of being a natural dog treat and a healthy dog chew.

Your dog will love the crunchy texture of these natural treats and how long it takes them to chew them up. It can be hard to find a snack that lasts long enough for your dog to enjoy, but cow ears will do just that! Your dog will also love the taste and smell of these healthy treats. They come from their natural ingredients and nothing else.

Other benefits of cow ears are that they contain healthy oils & fats, omega-3 fatty acids and they make an excellent chew toy to keep dogs busy.

How are cow ears for dogs made?

Air drying is the best way to preserve the nutrients in cow ears. It’s a natural process that doesn’t involve chemicals.  Air drying is a slow process that takes several days. This gives it time to extract as much moisture from them as possible and makes them easier for your dog to chew (and digest).

This also means that they’re more fibrous than if they’d been dried using artificial methods. Therefore your dog will get more enjoyment out of each chew because there are more cracks and crevices where they can sink his teeth into!

Dehydrating the cow ears makes this treat for dogs tougher and harder. The end result provides a long-lasting natural chew that is great for their dental health and oral health.

Cow ears are natural dog treat with no chemical additives or preservatives

Cows ears are a natural dog treat and are healthy for dogs to eat. They are digestible and all-natural, so they’re easy on your dog’s digestive system. These dog treats are also low-calorie, so they won’t add too much weight to your dog’s waistline. Cow ears for dogs have no chemical additives or preservatives, so you can feel better about giving them to your dog!

Because cow ears are naturally made, they provide an excellent treat for dogs who may suffer from digestive problems or dogs that need to improve their dental hygiene. This chewable dog treat can keep your dog’s gums healthy and teeth clean through monthly use.

Cow ears with hair can work as a natural dewormer

Did you know that cow ears with hair are a natural dewormer for dogs? They help to clean out the dog’s digestive system as the hair acts like a broom that scoops up everything in its way. This helps to keep parasites at bay, providing your furry friend with better overall health and well-being.

Cow ears offer a natural, safe, and tasty solution to dealing with worms and other parasites in our furry friends. Not only that, but they also provide vitamins, minerals and wholesome goodness for your dog! They make a wonderful alternative to deworming tablets as long as they are used a part of a balanced diet.

Hairy cow ears for dogs

Are cow ears healthy for dogs?

First of all, cow ears are a natural way to help your dog clean their teeth. While there are many treats you can use to clean your dog’s teeth, cow ears are one of the most effective chews for dogs.

Chewing on these natural dog treats will help remove tartar and plaque from their mouth which can lead to gum disease and other issues with their health. Some other good natural dog chews include chicken feet, rabbit ears and yak sticks.

Some people might be concerned about giving their dog cow ears because they think it’s unhealthy or could cause harm but this is not true at all! Cows ears are an excellent treat and perfectly safe and nutritious for dogs as long as they’re given in moderation. They contain a lot of protein which can cause stomach upset if eaten too much in one sitting. Depending on the size of the dog, one cow ear a week is perfectly fine but they should not be used as a daily treat.

Are cow ear treats safe for dogs?

Cow ears are also a great alternative to rawhide chews. While they’re not the same, they’re far less harmful to your dog’s digestive system than many other treats. They don’t splinter like other types of bones and contain very little fat and calories compared to actual beef jerky snacks (which can be high in sodium).

What age can dogs have cow ears?

These long-lasting treats are tough and hard in texture. This makes them not suitable for young dogs or puppies. Puppies will benefit more from softer natural treats, such as the ones found in our box for puppies. This box contains a mixture of natural dental chews and soft treats.

We recommend a dog should be at least 9 months old before they can enjoy tougher chews like cow ears. 

Where to buy cow ears for dogs

Cow ears are available in our Tough Box. The tough box contains a mixture or large and tough snacks for dogs. It is suitable for bigger dogs that weigh more than 9 kg. This box is one of our most popular boxes as it contains a big selection of delicious chews.

Cow ears are also available when you create your own box. You can choose exactly what natural treats you want and how many. 

Tough Box

In conclusion, cow ears are a great way to provide your dog with entertainment and nourishment. From helping them blow off steam after a long day of playing, to giving them some extra nutrition as needed. These chewy treats provide something for both dogs and their owners to enjoy. If you are looking for a long-lasting treat with natural benefits, you can’t go wrong with cow ears for dogs.

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