Rawhide Rundown

Dogs will salivate over these tasty treats that provide both entertainment and health benefits.




Pet ‘n Shape Chicken Hide Twists from Pet Ventures are made with all-natural, nutritious chicken wrapped around a savory rawhide stick. Each Twist is packed with vital nutrients. They come in a resealable bag to maintain quality freshness. Each treat is high in protein and low in fat. They do not contain artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Each treat is carefully roasted to ensure ultimate quality. They also come in a duck variety.


Loving Pets offers a full range of Nature’s Choice 100% Natural Rawhide chews for dogs of all sizes. The natural rawhide helps remove dangerous tartar and plaque on a dog’s teeth while massaging the gums. These durable treats also help prevent destructive chewing by providing hours of fun. They do not contain any additives or preservatives. The chews are available in 4-in., 6-in., 8-in., 10-in. and 12-in. sizes.



The Roofle is from Redbarn Pet Products’ line of Coated Rawhide chews. This crunchy, waffle-shaped chew has a tasty maple coating and helps maintain dogs’ dental health by scraping plaque off teeth. It is made in the USA with globally sourced ingredients.



Wholesome Hide Chunkees are made from fresh beef hide and do not contain fillers, preservatives or artificial ingredients. Each Chunkee consists of ground rawhide bound together by the natural collagen found in fresh beef hide. They are blended with USA-sourced veggies or fruit such as sweet potatoes, carrots, apples or chia seeds.


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