Our Stuffed Hooves are carefully crafted to ensure that they are free from any harmful chemicals, preservatives or artificial flavors. We take great pride in using only natural ingredients that are safe for your furry friend to consume.Our sweet potato flavored Stuffed Hooves are a great source of protein and other essential nutrients that your dog needs for optimal health. They also help to promote healthy teeth and gums, which can reduce the risk of dental problems in the future.
- Ideal for medium & heavy chewers
- Tasty sweet potato filling
- Support dental health and stimulate jaw muscles
- Earth-friendly individual packaging for freshness
- Provide long lasting entertainment and mental stimulation
- Free from chemicals & artificial coloring
- Made from grass-fed, grass-finished, free-range cattle in Brazil
Pack: 4 count
Ingredients: Cow hoof, beef, sweet potato, vegetable glycerin, natural flavor, sunflower lecithin
|Approximate Kcal per unit:||289|
The dogs, 2.5 y and 3.5 months, loved them, yet the older one had hers broken in pieces within 3 minutes…. They loved the collagen sticks.
Thank you so much for the feedback!
Our products are 100% natural, ethically sourced, hormone-free, grain-free, chemical-free, additive-free, antibiotic-free, and made and produced at our very own human-grade, FDA-, and USDA-approved factory in Brazil. Most of our treats are also highly digestible, with the exception of bones and bone-like treats such as cow hooves which are not intended for consumption, but for gnawing.
We test all of our product batches in a lab prior to distributing them to our valued customers to ensure they're free of bacterial contamination such as Salmonella. They are placed into a two-week quarantine as we await these test results.
Unfortunately, with bones and other extra-hard treats that are similar in nature to bones, there is always a possibility for splintering to occur. This is true for any and all bones, regardless of brand, and while it is rare, it can, unfortunately, occur. We bake our bones in a manner that we have found the most effective at reducing the potential for splintering, but it isn't always able to be prevented. More aggressive chewers are also more capable of breaking or cracking the bones.
Natural Farm Team