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If you have a small boutique type pet store near you they should have them, and get the kind Heather recommended teh "moo" brand they don't smell, the other ones smell HORRIBLE!
 

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What are bully sticks? Is that a brand or a generic term? Are they different from Rawhide? I got Stella some of those Goodlife Recipe brand bones today.
 

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Re: Where to find bully sticks? (update)

I found them today at a pet store and they were $3.00 a piece for the 6"!  That seems kind of expensive.  What do you think?
 

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yeah, they are really expensive at local stores, but about $1/each online more or less depending on bulk discounts and such.
 

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Very interesting, bulls penises.... But want to try them for my Hunter... Does anyone know where to buy them locally in NC, near Charlotte?  Would like to see what they smell like first, uuuggghhh!!!

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you can get odorless ones :) I wouldn't advice getting the other ones, they are horrible!  see if you can find a boutique type pet store around you they'll probably carry them, Maple LOVES her bull penis lol I bought her 2 more today ha ha
 

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lentylka1\";p=\"102053 said:
I also hear that they are dried-up animal musseles!In the store here they sale some that are 3 feet long!THAT IS SOME BULL!!! :rofl:
lol! and they say bully stick? it's not raw hide or something?
 

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Cosmo and Cori go through bully sticks like it's their job.

Cosmo can tear through a 12" bully stick in about an hour. He is a heavy chewer, but luckily doesn't chew on anything of ours.

We usually go through www.bestbullysticks.com and are pretty happy most of the time. We did get a bad batch that smelled pretty bad, but overall they are good with customer service. They are around the cheapest on the net too.

Do not buy anything that says their are smoked or flavored, those will stink the worst. Look for free range or anything that indicates they are hung dry.

Perhaps we can put together some kind of group buy at one of the Internet merchants, I spend about $50 bucks on bully sticks between my two dogs every couple of weeks and it's startin to hurrrrrrt!
 

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You can get bullysticks from eBay too.  Allie loves them when she can get them.  A market in Madrid used to sell the shorter ones and Allie would go through it like there was no tomorrow.  I haven't seen any yet in Tirana.   :(
 
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