Collagen Chews For Dogs | Collagen Sticks
Beef Collagen Chews for Dogs - A single ingredient rawhide alternative with all of the dog health benefits of a fully digestible natural dog chew but none of the odor or mess!
What’s a Collagen Chew?
Collagen is a completely natural treat made from the bottom layer of the skin called corium. This layer is baked or dried to form a durable single-sheet rolled into a tasty stick that will keep your dog busy for a very long time.
Collagen Health Benefits
Our signature ValueBull Collagen Chews are available in various lengths (most popularly, our best collagen 6-inch sticks and our 12-inch sticks, but many lengths are available). In addition, collagen is available in various thicknesses, from the small-dog appropriate Thin collagen sticks to our challenging Jumbo collagen sticks for dedicated and powerful chewers.
Like rawhide, all types of collagen sticks are meant to be chewed and peeled apart by busy chewers. But, unlike rawhide, collagen is completely digestible and, just like human collagen supplements, contains actual nutrients, including amino acids, peptides, glucosamine, and chondroitin. They are also processed far more simply - no bleaches, preservatives, or additives.
Dogs love treats that stink; however that odor is not ideal for most human companions. Amazingly, Collagen Chews are just as alluring to dogs as a bully stick but contain none of the odor or mess.
Not only are collagen chews a remarkably low-fat, high-protein delicacy - they will also brighten your pup’s smile. The tough texture and rolled sheet format act like nature’s toothbrush, gently scrubbing away the plaque and tartar on your dog’s teeth and stimulating their gums as they chew.
Which Collagen Stick Is Right for My Dog?
It might take some trial and error because every dog is unique, but you should generally buy based on size. For example, a smaller dog might lovingly chomp on a single “thin” collagen stick for days, but your iron-jawed Rhodesian Ridgeback will need something a little more substantial.