FAQ

What is the nutritional content in Himalayan Dog Chew?

Dogs require adequate nutrition to stay energetic through their daily routine of playing, growing, exercising and mothering. Without protein, dogs cannot live a healthy life and dietary protein contains 10 different amino acids. Our products contain 66% of protein with balanced amino acids, 1% of fat, 9% of total ash, and 1% of fiber which contribute to the well-being of your dog.

What do I do with small leftover pieces of Himalayan Dog Chew?

A small piece of leftover Himalayan Dog Chew can be placed in a microwave for 40-60 seconds until it puffs up. These puffed pieces can then be given to your dog after they cool down after about 2 minutes.

What do I do if the chew is too hard for my dog?

If your dog finds it too hard to chew on, you can dip the bar in hot water for around 5-10 minutes. Dry out the chew and leave it for an hour before giving it to your dog.

How do I store the chew once opened?

Make sure the chew is fully dry before storing. Store in a cool, dry, and ventilated area away from heat sources. Avoid any contact with water or moisture for prolonged periods. Exposure to water might attract mold and make the chew lose its shape and stiffness.

What are the feeding recommendations for these Himalayan Dog Chews?

Our dog chews are categorized as treats and must not be substituted for meals. We recommend giving 2-3 chews in a week, and more if your dog is a voracious chewer. Always provide adequate fresh drinking water to compensate for the lack of moisture in the treat.

Is milk good for dogs?

Milk in its raw form is difficult for dogs to digest but once the milk is processed and hardened into Himalayan Dog Chew, it is easily digestible. Lactose and whey protein is removed in Himalayan Dog Chew manufacturing process. As most dogs are lactose intolerant, low lactose content less than 0.5% is not harmful to them.

Do you sell chews without label or in a private label?

Yes, we do sell chews in bulk as per the wholesaler’s requirement.

How should we store bulk chews?

Keep the chews in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct sunlight and contact with water or moisture. Do not store bulk chews in the refrigerator as it will cause the hard cheese to crack. Properly seal the chews and store them at dry and normal temperature. Avoid plastic and uncoated metal containers.

Are salt and fat not bad for dogs?

Our chew contains less than 1% of fat as most of the fat and cream is extracted during the production phase. Salt is harmful for dogs only if it is consumed in large amounts. Rock Salt is used for brine washing the chews. Salt is not used for coagulation of milk. Whey/lime or natural citric acid is used to coagulate the milk.

How many days does it take for an order to be dispatched?

It takes around 40 days for the first order and 30 days for subsequent orders.

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