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From £3.99
  • Suitable from 16 weeks+
  • Chew rating 3: Super Tough Chew!
  • Contains Fur
  • Supports Natural Worming
  • EU sourced

Our large Buffalo Ears with the fur on are the best natural dog chews that help maintain good oral health. With the fur left on these natural alternatives to dental sticks also act as a natural wormer for dogs by cleaning the digestive system as the fur passes through it.

£3.99
  • Suitable from 16 weeks+
  • Chew rating 2: Requires some effort
  • Contains Fur
  • Supports Natural Worming
  • EU sourced

Our Beef Scalp treats are thick, tough, and chewy because our beef jerky for dogs recipe locks in all the goodness and flavours that dogs find irresistible. These natural chewy dog treats contain 100% beef scalp with nothing added and nothing taken away.

From £4.99
  • Suitable from 12 weeks+
  • Chew rating 2: Requires some effort
  • Contains Fur
  • Supports Natural Worming
  • EU sourced

Furry Rabbit Ears natural treats for dogs are the ultimate low fat, healthy treats that large and small dogs love to gnaw on. Offered once or twice a week to your dog, Furry Rabbit Ears will help stay on top of intestinal worm problems. We recommend combining these natural dog treats with our Worm Count Kit every 6-12 months to monitor for worms.

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  • Suitable from 16 weeks+
  • Chew rating 2: Requires some effort
  • Contains Fur
  • Supports Natural Worming
  • EU sourced

Our Furry Chew pack is filled with fur covered, healthy treats for those looking for a natural worming solution (or for dogs that just prefer their treats furry!).  Fur acts as a natural wormer and helps eliminate the need for regular worming tablets.  We recommend testing your dog's poop for worms every 6-12 months if you are going down the natural route using our Wormcount Test.

Natural Worming for Dogs - look no further than our fur covered healthy treats for those looking for a natural worming solution (or for dogs that just prefer their treats furry!).  Fur acts as a natural wormer and helps eliminate the need for regular worming tablets.  We recommend testing your dog's poop for worms every 6-12 months if you are going down the natural route using our Wormcount Test. with our laboratory partners Feclab.  For more information on the benefits of feeding fur, checkout out our Article.