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If you’ve been rooting around for the tastiest all-natural chew for your dog, you’ll definitely want to give our slow-smoked pig snouts a try. Perfect for cleaning teeth and satisfying your dog’s natural chewing urge, each of our pig snouts spends two days in the smoker to ensure it’s at peak chewability when we send it off to you. Made and sourced in the USA with no preservatives, chemicals, additives or any other junk, this is a long-lasting chew your dog will love and you can feel good about.
Available in packs of 25, 50, 75 and 100.
- No Preservatives
- No By-product Fillers
- No Grains or Hormones
- No Additives
- No Chemicals or other JUNK!
Processed & Packaged in our Bluffton, SC Facility
Important Notice: Please supervise your dog when giving any chew or treat. Remove small or broken pieces to prevent a choking hazard. Be mindful of your pet's age and health conditions when selecting products. Please contact a customer service representative for additional product details and recommendations. Not for human consumption.
They still like their pig ears which we call their potato chips buy they love the pig snouts...
Snouts these big and long lasting typically sell for $4-$5 at any pet supply store around me (I know because I used to run one of those stores haha). These are the exact same quality for 5 times less. After many many purchases I finally just caved and hit ‘subscribe’... I like to think my dogs would thank me if they knew the work I put into finding good stuff like this lol.
I only buy pigs ears from here. They are the best that I have found.
These are amazing !! My dogs go absolutely wild over them and I’m so happy with my purchase. This is a fantastic company with incredible customer service. I tell all my friends to order from them with the piece of mind knowing their products are made in the USA and safe for my dogs. Thank you for such great products and for being a top notch company!!!
Not as big as previous ones. My dogs chewed them up way too fast