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A search for "bully sticks" pulled up a ridiculous list of posts and none of them jumped out at me as the one I was looking for.

 

I remember people mentioning some good places to order bully sticks. I'm looking for the cheapest option for good quality bully sticks, you know, the nice thick ones that actually provide a decent chew. Getting cheaper prices for buying in bulk (like a dozen, not a hundred) would be perfect.

 

I'm spending so much money on bully sticks right now because every time I buy a smaller one for Kili she drops it out of her crate and Summit finds it and devours it in probably 2 minutes without me noticing.

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Karen at Camp Greyhound/Awesome-Paws sells them. Don't know how the pricing compares. But she does them herself, sourced locally, and they are safe.

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I rarely buy bully sticks, they are ridiculously expensive!

 

There is a website called bestbullysticks.com which I think a lot of people use, but they don't ship to Canada as far as I know, and I think they may be sourced from China if you are concerned about that.

 

For here you may want to check out:

 

http://bullysticks.ca/

 

 

They have other chews like tendons as well. I honestly don't know how their prices compare since I don't buy them too often but I am assuming they are cheaper because they are in bulk.

 

I am lucky to have a few local suppliers who make dehydrated treats themselves. I still rarely buy them because they are STILL expensive, but they are sometimes cheaper (and local/better quality) than the store stuff. :)

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I rarely buy bully sticks, they are ridiculously expensive!

 

I used to only buy them as a special treat for Summit every now and again but I need to keep the puppy entertained and fortunately as long as Summit doesn't steal her bully sticks they last her a week or more as opposed to a couple of hours for him. The big issue is that she keeps dropping them out of her crate and then he finds them and devours them. Bad Summit! lol

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My boy loves those but lately I've been giving him duck jerkey which he LOVES !!!! It's a little less expensive and smelly than bully sticks.

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My boy loves those but lately I've been giving him duck jerkey which he LOVES !!!! It's a little less expensive and smelly than bully sticks.

 

I got Summit a 3 foot duck chew. It was great but only lasted about 5 minutes. Might last the puppy a little longer. The issue is finding something that will entertain her for a decent amount of time. The bully sticks are great because they last her weeks... if Summit doesn't manage to steal them.

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Harry just discovered Bully Sticks and he is in love. How often do you give your hound one?

 

About once a week. I also give them lamb lung, moo tubes (beef trachea) and "stuffed gullets," which are pieces of bull esophagus stuffed with ground bully sticks.

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I rarely buy bully sticks, they are ridiculously expensive!

 

There is a website called bestbullysticks.com which I think a lot of people use, but they don't ship to Canada as far as I know, and I think they may be sourced from China if you are concerned about that.

 

For here you may want to check out:

 

http://bullysticks.ca/

 

 

They have other chews like tendons as well. I honestly don't know how their prices compare since I don't buy them too often but I am assuming they are cheaper because they are in bulk.

 

I am lucky to have a few local suppliers who make dehydrated treats themselves. I still rarely buy them because they are STILL expensive, but they are sometimes cheaper (and local/better quality) than the store stuff. :)

 

Those prices are great compared to stores here, I just bought a 12" one for 9.99 today! I think I beat myself over the head for paying so much for it

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This place is fantastic! I love the beef snouts and ox tails from them. I don't see the ox tails right now, but they are a little smaller than bully sticks, don't smell, and don't bother my boys bellies as much. They no longer sell to the US and I'm totally bummed about it. I can't find anything like it here.

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We have a monthly subscription for 7 x 12 inch low odor bully sticks to $18 from www.doggyloot.com - with free shipping! You can become a member of this site for free and get regular emails on all sorts of deals - kind of like Groupon. You can just do a one-time order or get subscriptions to your favorites for a regular delivery. I've gotten some other good stuff there - different kinds of chews and toys.

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I get 12" jumbo odor-free bully sticks from BestBully.com.

His teeth are excellent, and they don't bother his stomach.

Just got an email from BestBully.com having a 25% off special on 12" jumbo odor-free bully sticks. I just ordered another 25 pack. That's the best discount I ever see from them. Good till 12/28.

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We have a monthly subscription for 7 x 12 inch low odor bully sticks to $18 from www.doggyloot.com - with free shipping! You can become a member of this site for free and get regular emails on all sorts of deals - kind of like Groupon. You can just do a one-time order or get subscriptions to your favorites for a regular delivery. I've gotten some other good stuff there - different kinds of chews and toys.

Booooo. I just tried to sign up for this and they only ship to the US.

Kristie and the Apex Agility Greyhounds: Kili (ATChC AgMCh Lakilanni Where Eagles Fly RN IP MSCDC MTRDC ExS Bronze ExJ Bronze ) and Kenna (Lakilanni Kiss The Sky RN MADC MJDC AGDC AGEx AGExJ). Waiting at the Bridge: Retired racer Summit (Bbf Dropout) May 5, 2005-Jan 30, 2019

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