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Yak Everest Natural Dog Chews

The Yak Everest Dog Chew 

Comes in Three sizes Medium Large and Extra Large This is a tasty, long-lasting dog chew now available that is a variant of the 100% natural, smoked cheese delicacy enjoyed in the Himalayas.

Yak Snacks are made from Yak Milk sourced from local farmers in the Himalayan region under fair trade conditions and turned into chews using traditional methods, making them a healthy, low-fat alternative chew. 

These chews, in tiny bits, were first created and consumed as snacks by the Himalayan people decades ago as a good source of protein and still do now.

We took the same idea and turned it into a natural long hard cheese product for your pet.

Made from Yak milk, our chews contain the highest protein & calcium content with minimal fat and no chemically binding agents.

Everest Dog Chew is made from natural ingredients with no preservatives Compared to other types of chews, our dog chews don’t go waste because you can simply microwave the end pieces and turn it into a large cheesy puff that is crunchier and easily digestible.y

The original smoked cheese has been enjoyed by the people of the Himalayas for centuries, your dog is sure to enjoy this chew!

The hard texture means dogs need to soften and work at the treat before they are rewarded with small pieces to chew off. So you get to keep them happily entertained for a very long time

You can also put the small end pieces that are left in the microwave for 30 to 60 seconds until they puff up. Allow to cool and then give back to your dog to finish the treat.

For for a durable and healthy natural teeth cleaner. Low in fat

  • Made from Himalayan Yak and Cows milk
  • Tasty and long-lasting
  • Healthy and low in fat
  • Responsibly sourced
  • Great for teeth cleaning

    Medium 70g
    Large    100g
    Xlarge   150g
£5.99

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