Holy Cow, At last, a healthier, better alternative to Rawhide. No-Hide Chews gives new meaning to dog treats.
11″ Beef Chews are a long-lasting, easily digestible chew, created for your dog’s enjoyment and your own peace of mind. The beef has been carefully rolled, cooked, and uniquely dried for a one of a kind chew your dog will love!
Earth Animal’s Chews are always made from Hormone Free Beef with no added chemicals, hormones or steroids. No-Hide Beef Chews gives new meaning to dog chews. Try the healthier alternative today! Helps to eliminate boredom! Keep your dog busy the natural way. The 11″ chew is perfect for large and giant breed dogs. We always suggest giving No-Hides or any chews under supervision, watch your pup enjoy the chomp!
These 100% pure and natural beef chews are easily digestible, nutritious and have absolutely NO additives such as salts or sugars. We know your dog will love our tasty, easily digestible No-Hide Beef Chews.MEDIUM DOGS (15-45lbs.) -4″ NO-HIDE CHEW
The100% pure, natural beef chews are easily digested, nutritious and have absolutely NO chemicals or additives. We know your dog will love them.FAQ's
A: The beef, chicken and pork used in No-Hides are all sourced in the US from animals that are humanely-raised. The salmon used is 100% wild caught, usually from the North Atlantic seas. We never use factory-farmed animals or fish.Q: Where are No-Hides made?
A: No-Hides are made in the rolling farmlands of Lancaster County, PA in a small food processing facility by dedicated workers who carefully blend, bake and pack them with a personal touch.Q: How did you test the Digestibility of No-Hides?
A: No-Hides were tested by a 3rd party facility that is associated with the Oklahoma State Veterinary School. Both rawhide and No-Hide were tested in an In-Vitro study using scientific equivalents of stomach and intestinal juices. The results showed that No-Hides digest in the animal’s system on average at a rate of 80% digestible compared to an average of 18% for rawhide.Q: Is there Sodium or Sugar in our No-Hide Chews?
A: We do not add any sodium (salt) or sugar to our No Hide Chews.Q: What is the Carbohydrate Content of No Hide?
A: Yes – No Hide Chews are a good choice for teething puppies. We recommend that all dogs and puppies be supervised when they are enjoying a chew of any kind. Additionally, all dogs and puppies should be given a No-Hide that is appropriately sized for their body sizeQ: How long will a No-Hide Chew last?
A: Depending on the No-Hide Selected (11 inch, 7 inch, 4 inch), the size of the dog and the dogs chewing habits, the average time is about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Again, this depends on the strength of the jaw and the chewing habits of the dog.Q: Do No-Hides stain carpets?
A: The coating of the No-Hides, when moistened, could come off and soil light-colored carpets. You may want to limit chewing to tile or wood floors, or give No-Hides to your dog when it is in its crate (which helps your dog build a very positive association with being in a crate). You can also easily teach your dog to lay on a mat or towel when it is chewing a No-Hide. The mat or towel can then easily be washed if necessary.Q: How do I store No-Hides?
A: Store in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to feed to your dog. No-Hides that have been chewed upon and moistened should also be stored in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to feed the rest to your dog.Q:Can I leave my Dog with No-Hides unattended? Do they need to be given under supervision?
A: Here are some important facts and information on providing the safest environment for your beloved best friends to enjoy their chews of any kind and No-Hides.
Keep an eye out for the odd dog who decides to “unroll” the No-Hide. If your dog does unroll it, and just rips small pieces off to consume, there shouldn’t be a problem. If the dog is trying to swallow large, flat sections of No-Hide, be sure your dog is not gulping those pieces.
Be aware that dogs don’t actually have the physical capability to “chew” (as we humans think of it – i.e., flat molars that move back and forth and grind food down into smaller pieces). Dogs, because they don’t have flat teeth and don’t have jaws that work from side to side, simply gnaw (scrape the sides of larger items wearing that item down gradually) or, move food to their back, sharp teeth (not flat like ours), mash the piece once or twice, and then suck it down. So again, when choosing the best-sized chew, larger than their mouth is more appropriate and thus safer for the dog.
Remember that anything that goes in a dog’s mouth can become a choking hazard. That’s why it is incredibly important to supervise your dog’s every time you are giving treats or chews of any kind – be it No-Hide, real bones, bully sticks, pig’s ears, Greenies, even cookies. If you are not able to supervise, then we encourage you to wait and give them their chew when you can be present! Dogs who are known “gulpers” or aggressive chewers should be closely watched when they get a chew and if they don’t improve their “chew IQ”, they may need to forego chews.
Q: I think my dog swallowed a No-Hide whole in one gulp. What should I do?
A: Anytime a dog swallows something whole, the primary concern is making sure that the object isn’t lodged in your dog’s throat. Here are some things to watch for to help you evaluate the situation:
Is your dog breathing normally, generally alert, moving around normally and relaxed?
Is your dog gasping or choking, standing stiff with his neck stretched forward, or swallowing excessively and with distress?
If your dog seems relaxed and normal, then it’s unlikely that the object is lodged in his throat. In that case, your concern is digestion. Because No-Hide is made with all human food ingredients, it is likely to begin to easily digest once it enters the stomach. Keep an eye out for anything unusual, but we don’t expect that you’ll have a problem.
If your dog is choking or gasping or in some kind of distress: if you feel that you can SAFELY put your hand in your dog’s mouth, then try to see if you can feel for the object and try to remove it. If you’re not able to get the object out, or if you are unsure about having your hand in your dog’s mouth, then it is important that you take your dog to the veterinarian IMMEDIATELY.