Himal Dog Treat contains a mixture of yak and cow milk. Once the mixture is boiled, the prevalent fat is separated by adding lime juice. The excess fat is then discarded. After a few hours of boiling the milk, it starts to thicken and forms a white cheese. Stirring the boiling milk gently and continuously is key to making this cheese. The cheese is poured into a clean cloth to drain out the excess water. Once the block of cheese is ready, it is cut into small pieces and dried. When the product is ready, it can be stored for a number of years. No preservative or artificial flavors are added in the whole process of making the product.
Made with yak and cow milk, salt and lime juice.
Depending on the size and eating habits of the dog, we recommend the following option: Small Dog Treat: Small dogs Up to 10lb Medium Dog Treat: Medium Dogs up to 25lb Large Dog Treat: Large Dogs up to 45 lb and above.
The amount of time is takes for a dog to devour the treat depends on several factors such as the size of the pet and chewing habits. The hard texture of the cheese makes it a long lasting dog treat, keeping your pet occupied for hours, even days!
Even though dairy products are generally safe for most dogs, some may be lactose intolerant. Signs of lactose intolerance are acute intestinal distress such as gas, diarrhea. In case your pet is exhibiting these symptoms after consuming dairy products, we strongly advised you to seek medical attention and going forward avoid all dairy products including Himal Dog Treat.
The shelf life of the treat is usually three years for any unopened Himal Dog Chew, in its original packaging, stored at room temperature. If you would like to save any open unfinished pieces for later consumption, please pat dry and store away from moisture. After prolonged contact with moisture, if you notice any changes in the color such as patches of grey or green, it might be a result of mold. Please discard of the treat immediately and start a fresh pack
Since the treat is a form of hard cheese, please consider your dog’s oral health before making a purchase. However, the treats do get softer once the hard outer shell has been chewed on for a little while.
If you have small pieces leftover from the treat, you can gather them and put it in a microwave for 30-40 seconds to create a new crunchy treat. Make sure to let it cool first before giving them to your pet to enjoy!
Since himal dog treats are extremely high in protein, in case of over consumption it may cause diarrhea, especially with older dogs. Please keep in mind that this is a treat and cannot be substituted for regular food. We recommend a treat per week.