I typically use treats to place train so anything with a long chew time or can fit into his west paw treat toy is preferable like the stick shaped tendon treats. They fit nicely in his puzzle toy. Wide sheets get eaten instantly shattering into a million pieces. which i guess is fine for active training but not great for stay training.
About a year ago I did a 3 month subscription which I termed a loss as I gave most of the treats away. My dog was under impressed with most of the treats. This time a friend with a dog that enjoyed most of last year's treats suggested we split the treats and cost. My dog Oreo got about 1/3 of the treats and Remi got the rest of the first bag. We split the cost 50/50. A savings for both of us. Both dogs are very happy. I get to pull what my dog wants first and then his dog gets the rest. It works for both of us and the dogs.
How do you review a sealed bag with insects inside with the dog treats?
It became trash immediately!
I have a greyhound and a medium size mixed breed. Their favorite treats are bully sticks, this box did not disappoint! So far they have loved everything in it. I would absolutely recommend this box to all dog owners who have heavy chewers.
I've been using Big Lu for a couple of months already. My dog loves them, the tendons are his favorite and mine because they keep him occupied for hours. We usually order from Amazon but now that they have a subscription on Cratejoy I will start ordering here.
My pups love it!
Big Lu is awesome, I've been ordering from them for a while now, glad to see them on Cratejoy. Makes life a little easier for me since I'm already subscribed to other boxes.
Was able to take advantage of the 15% off on my first order from the Big Lu site and our pup couldn't get enough of the piggy ears, they're her fave. Now she looks forward to a new surprise treat each month with the box. Definitely recommend their dog treats