Have you ever been at the pet store, perusing the aisles for the perfect dental chew for your pup, when you happen upon a mysterious package emblazoned with a photo of a furry creature you can't quite place? "Aha!" you think to yourself. "Yak chews must be made of actual yaks! I didn't even know they made such a thing." Well, dear reader, I am here to set the record straight. Yak chews are not, in fact, made of yak. So what are they made of, and are they safe for your beloved hound? Let's find out, shall we?

What Are Yak Chews Made Of?

Yak chews are made from a combination of yak milk, cow milk, lime juice, and salt. That's it! No funky chemicals or artificial ingredients. Just four simple ingredients that come together to make a delicious and healthy treat for your pup.

Are Yak Chews Safe For Dogs?

As with any chew toy or treat, it is important to supervise your pup when they are enjoying their yak chew and to watch out for small pieces that may break off. Other than that, yak chews are perfectly safe for dogs. In fact, they offer some unique benefits over rawhide chews. First of all, they are more easily digested because they are made of milk products rather than animal hide. Secondly, the act of chewing helps to remove harmful plaque and tartar from your dog's teeth leading to improvements in overall dental health.  Since yak and cow milk are the primary ingredients they are packed with protein and calcium to help your pups bones and teeth.  So go ahead and let your dog chew on these dental treats - their teeth will thank you for it!

Yak chews make a great alternative to rawhide chews for dogs. Yak chews are also a great way to keep your pup entertained and distracted from chewing on things he/she shouldn't be chewing on - like your shoes or furniture! Made from natural ingredients like yak milk, cow milk, lime juice, and salt; these chews are easily digested and help to improve dental health by removing plaque and tartar. Just be sure to supervise your pup while they enjoy their yak chew and watch out for small pieces that may break off. Remember to take any small pieces and place them in the microwave for a safe popcorn treat for your pup.  Just make sure to let the pieces cool before serving- happy chewing and bones appétit!