All About Bully Sticks

Updated: Feb 26

What is a bully stick?


Bully sticks are made from pizzle of bull cows. It is an all natural byproduct dog chew that is created during the processing of cattle for meat. Our bully sticks are all-natural with no chemicals, dyes, or preservatives. Usually, bully sticks are malodorous but we source bully sticks that are processed to be odor-free. All of our bully sticks are independently verified for quality and safety. Bully sticks are full of beneficial ingredients like protein, iron, and collagen.


How Are They Are Made?

Our bully sticks are sourced from a company that takes quality seriously. The pizzle is immediately refrigerated instead of being allowed to dry out in the sun like a lot of other manufacturers. The pizzle is then washed in hot water (no chemicals) and then baked vertically so that more of the odor-causing components can drain out.

Where They Come From?

Our bully sticks are sourced from South America from grass-fed cattle. Bully sticks made from grass-fed bulls results in a much leaner bully stick that is far less greasy than a bully stick made from a grain-fed bull.

We don't source bully sticks from the USA because 95% of the cattle production here is grain-fed. Sourcing them from South America actually results in a much higher quality product.






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