Red Barn Chew-A-Bulls Dog Treats
Not actually bullysticks. Mostly potato starch.
I asked a worker at the store if these were actually bullysticks, and she assured me that they were. What she really should have said was "they are made from bully sticks." I was under the impression that these were 100% solid bullysticks, but when I looked at the package more closely, I found out that the main ingredient is potato starch. My dog seems to enjoy it though. But she's only had it for about 15 minutes and she's almost done with it.
January 28, 2013
not worth the cheap price
I bought these thinking that since they were thicker that it might take my dog longer to chew them. Nope. He was done with one in no time and when I looked at the ingredients (which I should have done before I bought them), it has bully stick product but is a mixture of garbage. Don't get them.
January 26, 2013
Don't waste your money!!!!
When I was looking at these Bully Sticks I was like... they are so thick!..... something with substance that will last my dog. Don't waste your time buying them. In fact if you see this product toss it on the floor for me cause they are garbage. It said on the package Made with real Redbarn Bully Sticks. My dog is a puppy BULLBOXER 5 months, and killed it. I spent 25 dollars on this and for three sicks. DO NOT BUY! A real bully Stick lasts my dog at least 5 days or more. This artificial Bully Stick lasted my dog about 10 mins. I guess he liked it.
April 16, 2012
Red Barn Chew a Bulls
My dogs liked them, but the large size lasted my springer spaniels all of 10 minutes, so the price-to-chew time ratio was very poor. I thought these were more like real bully sticks, but after seeing how fast they were chewed up, I read the ingredients and found that bully sticks was 3rd on the ingredients list, after potato starch and something else. I won't buy them again, at the price of $7/stick, that was a $14 dollar treat for my dogs. As much as I love them.....
May 15, 2011