Bulls Pizzles Pieces Dog Chews Randoms

Bulls pizzle end pieces 500g – Random Sizes

Bulls pizzle end pieces are random sizes.  Natural Dried Beef Pizzle. They are delicious chews for any dog and help with keeping teeth healthy by removing tartar whilst chewing.

These end cut pieces are extremely rich in protein and low in fat and a treat any age or breed dog will love.

These treats range from small to slightly larger pieces so perfect for a reward or good behaviour treat but also last long enough to give your dog a good chew.

Please allow differences in size and shape between individual Pieces as they are a natural treat and sold by weight not size.

Our natural treats are slow dried and long lasting, please store in a cool dry place and away from direct sunlight but no refrigeration required.

We recommended to supervise your dog when giving treats, especially puppies or if giving a new treat for the 1st time.

Bulls Pizzles are one of our top sellers from our natural treat range. Often also referred to as Bully Sticks, these Bulls Penis parts are a 100% natural alternative to rawhide chews. They are lower in fat, high in protein and fully digestible. They are gentle on the tummy so suitable for puppies of all sizes too!

Bully Sticks for dogs are ideal as dog treats and puppy chews. Our natural pizzle dog treats are safe dog chews for puppies through to aggressive chewers.

Please always provide fresh drinking water.

2. Protect Their Paws

Hot pavement can severely burn your dog’s paws. Asphalt and other surfaces can reach 65°C in the summer, causing blisters and severe pain. Test the surface with the back of your hand; if you can’t hold it for seven seconds, it’s too hot for your dog. Use dog shoes, socks, or peel-and-stick pads to protect their paws during walks.

3. Keep Them Groomed

Regular grooming is essential during hot weather. Brushing helps remove dead hair, reducing the thickness of your dog’s coat and aiding in temperature regulation. Contrary to popular belief, shaving your dog’s coat is not advisable as it can expose their skin to sunburn and other risks. Instead, trim their hair to help them stay cool.

4. Provide Frozen Treats

Frozen treats can help cool your dog down and keep them happy. Boodles treats and chews are perfect to be frozen. 

Try filling a cows hoof with your dogs food and freezing it. Or simply popping any of our hard chews into the freezer so your dog can happily chew away.

Ensure thawed and uneaten chews are discarded.

5. Limit Walks to Early Mornings and Evenings

Exercise is vital for your dog’s health, but in hot weather, limit walks to early morning or late evening when temperatures are cooler. This practice reduces the risk of heat stroke and paw burns. Dogs are susceptible to heat-related conditions regardless of their breed or age, so always prioritise their safety during walks.

6. Protect Their Skin from the Sun

Dogs love being outdoors, but they need protection from harmful UV rays. Use dog-specific sunscreen to shield their skin. Avoid products with zinc oxide or para-aminobenzoic acid, which can be toxic if ingested. Waterproof, odorless sunscreen with SPF 30 is ideal. Alternatively, UV-blocking sun shirts can provide effective protection.

Conclusion

By taking these proactive steps, you can help ensure your dog stays safe and healthy during the summer months. Always monitor your dog for signs of overheating and take immediate action if needed. With proper care, your dog can enjoy the summer season comfortably and safely.

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