An excellent dental dog chew for healthy teeth and gums
One base natural ingredient: Yak Milk
One source: Domesticated Yak.
One location: Himalayan mountainous range in Nepal
One simple making process using the ancient recipe.
Yaks have been kept by local tribes in the mountains for centuries where they graze mainly on organic grass and herbs.
Due to the high resilience of the cold climate, they were domesticated, and their milk was used to make Chhurpi, a hard, high-protein cheese type delicious chew that has been used by native people for decades. Sherpas were snacking on them during their long trips and hikes around the Himalayas
Known and tasted for decades by humans and adopted for our furry friends. Today these delicious chews remain not only one of the main snacks amongst local Nepali people but it also been recognised as one of the tastiest and healthiest treats for our four-legged companions.
Go ahead and let your dog taste and enjoy it!
Nutritional analysis of yak milk dog chew:
Min Crude Protein: 67.9%
Crude Fat: 4.0%
Moisture: 0.5- 10.3%
No Lime, Salt, Grains, therefore, no Gluten
No additional grains, artificial colours or enhanced flavours