Munchy Monday: Buffalo Bully Sticks

For this week’s Munchy Monday post, I’ll be looking at Life’s Abundance Buffalo Bully Sticks. These healthy treats are a big favorite at our home!

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They come in two sizes- 6 inch and 9 inch treats. They are a great treat for puppies and dogs who like to chew, but unlike many other chews on the market, this one is made from safe, healthy ingredients. They are made from 100% grass-fed, free-range buffalo with no additives or preservatives. The tough sticks are a great way to reduce tartar on your dog’s teeth and help their dental health. Also, it’s a great option for a dog with food sensitivities.

Some other varieties of bully sticks have been known to have some dangerous bacteria in them, but Life’s Abundance ensures that each of their Buffalo Bully Sticks undergo strict testing to be sure that your dog is receiving a safe and healthy treat. Life’s Abundance quality assurance says,

We want you to know, with Life’s Abundance, you can feel completely at ease about feeding any of our products because our safety measures are of primary concern… The factory scores a Grade A on all of their annual inspections, audited by the SGS Group, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, setting the benchmark for quality and integrity. The buffalo chews also are tested to ensure that they’re free from e.coli, salmonella, yeast and mold contamination.

In addition, our premium buffalo products undergo an extra level of protection to prevent food-borne illnesses and ensure safety. The chew treats are irradiated according to protocols implemented by U.S. FDA standards. The FDA has evaluated this food processing technique for more than 30 years and has clearly demonstrated its safety. The World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) have also endorsed the safety of this food treatment.

One of the draw-backs, though, to these awesome treats is the calorie content. They have approximately 100-150 calories per treat, depending on which size treat you have. If you have a dog that is over-weight, it may not be the best treat for them; but if you have a healthy-weight dog, this is a great occasional treat that will bring them much chewing satisfaction!


Interested in ordering? If you are interested in ordering, please order from our Life’s Abundance site. When ordering through our page, you should see Kristen’s Happy Tails listed at the top of the page as the Field Rep. If I am not listed as your representative, please mention my ID number when you place your first order 20552921. As your representative, I am able to help you determine what products are right for your pet and answer any questions you may have.

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