Chew-A-Bulls Dog Chew Now Available in a Ring that Helps Support Canine Joint Health!
Redbarn is launching a new ring shape of their dog-favorite Chew-A-Bulls chews. Redbarn Chew-A-Bulls Rings are a mixture of potatoes and real Redbarn Bully sticks covered with a delectable coating to help tempt picky eaters.
Redbarn’s Chew-A-Bulls have long been a customer favorite, so it was natural to expand the product line and launch the new shape in two delicious flavors, Peanut Butter and Beef.
Redbarn co-owner Howard Bloxam, remarked, “We try to introduce unique, premium dog chews every year. After testing our Chew-A-Bulls recipe, we were able to make our new Rings. I’m happy that dogs everywhere can enjoy these new shaped chews that help support their overall health.”
Looking for Chew-A-Bulls in a smaller size? Check out Chew-A-Bulls Minis! They come in braid or pretzel shape.
Are Chew-A-Bulls good for my dog? How are Chew-A-Bulls made?
Each Chew-A-Bulls® dog chew supports both dental and joint health. The mechanical action of chewing can help dogs maintain a healthy smile by gently scraping harmful plaque from dog’s teeth.
The Peanut Butter and Beef flavor coatings both contain added functional ingredients to support dog’s joint health. Chicken Cartilage, a natural source of Chondroitin, Vitamin E, and Salmon Oil all work to help support dog’s joint health needs.
Chew-A-Bulls Rings also have dried cranberries and blueberries for added antioxidants. Coordinating with our new line of Natural Canned Patès for Dogs and Cats with added functional ingredients, these new premium dog chews contain ingredients tailored to dogs’ specific health needs.
We know that where ingredients are sourced and manufactured is just as important as choosing the best chew to aid in your pet’s dental health. Redbarn is proud to manufacture our Chew-A-Bulls Rings in the USA, guaranteeing both high standards for quality assurance and American jobs.
Look for the “Made in the USA” label on our packaging, which means that the product was cooked, cleaned, assembled and packaged in our Great Bend, Kansas plant.
Curious what other Redbarn products we manufacture in the USA? See our American-made dog food and treats here.
Qualities You’ll Love:
- Helps support healthy joints
- Helps promote dental health
- Made in the USA
Treat Responsibly: Feed occasionally as a reward or treat. Supervision recommended when feeding treats. Not intended to be swallowed in large pieces. Always provide a fresh supply of drinking water.
Storage: Chew-A-Bulls have a shelf life of 24 months. Chew-A-Bulls come individually wrapped or in resealable bags.
What are some of the ingredients in Redbarn’s Chew-A-Bulls Shapes and what do they do?
Potato Starch: A carbohydrate and a natural source of energy from the starch of potatoes.
Beef Pizzle: A fibrous muscle, pizzle provides low cholesterol yet high protein as well as vitamins and minerals. You might know beef pizzle as bully sticks! Learn about the benefits of bully sticks here.
Chicken Heart: An organ meat that is rich in protein and low fat. Provides many essential vitamins and minerals.
Chicken Liver: In moderation, liver is a nutrient-rich organ meat that most dogs readily eat. Liver can provide your dog with protein, fat and vitamin A. Liver is also a good source of copper, iron, niacin, phosphorus and iron. It provides many B vitamins, omega-6 and omega-6 fatty acids and essential amino acids
Chicken Cartilage: A natural source of Chondroitin and glucosamine which helps to support joint health.
Salmon Oil: An ocean fish that is an excellent protein source. It is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that support a healthy immune system, heart health, anti-inflammatory properties, healthy skin, and coat as well as cognitive function. Learn more about the benefits of salmon oil here.
Vitamin E Supplement: A fat-soluble vitamin that is important for a dog’s muscles, circulatory system and injury healing as well as an anti-oxidant. It also keeps skin and coat healthy. Learn more about the benefits of Vitamin E here.
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