Holy Cow, they did it! At last, a safer, healthier, better alternative to Rawhide. No-Hide Chews gives new meaning to dog treats. When it comes to Earth Animal's true core values, they insist on quality and never settle for second best. They were tired of unacceptable ingredients and chemicals. This is why they created No-Hide - it is one of the first chews of its kind and Hide free!
Regular rawhides are potentially dangerous and are made with chemicals. The No-Hide Chew is a long-lasting, 100% digestible chew, created for your dog’s enjoyment and your own peace of mind. The chicken, beef, salmon and pork have been carefully rolled, cooked, and uniquely dried for a one of a kind chew your dog will love!
The people have spoken and the dogs are begging for more, they are simply the best treat on the planet! Durable and long lasting makes a joyously, satisfied happy pup!
No-Hide chews are 100% free of rawhide and made with the highest quality, human grade ingredients available.
THE TRUTH BEHIND RAWHIDE
Rawhide is classified as neither human nor pet food, which means there are no regulations over its production. Regular rawhide often requires harmful chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide, arsenic, and formaldehyde to separate the outer layer of the skin and hair from the hide of the cow. These chemicals can leave harmful residues on the chew that the dog ingests. Many dogs, upon ingesting rawhides, experience choking, digestive distress and intestinal blockages.
Knowing the risks and dangers involved with rawhide, the No-Hide Chew was created. The 100% pure, natural chews are digestible, nutritious and have absolutely NO chemicals or additives.
The beef, chicken and pork used in No-Hides are all sourced in the US from animals that are humanely-raised. All the protein ingredients come from animals that have been USDA inspected and approved for human consumption (aka “human grade”). The salmon used is 100% wild caught, usually from the North Atlantic seas. They never use factory-farmed animals or fish. You might find it useful to know that when the USDA inspects meat animals, they designate those animals as either “inspected and approved for human consumption” or “inspected and condemned for human consumption but allowed to be salvaged for pet food”. There is a third category, which is “condemned to tankage”, which means it can’t be used for any type of food product. So, if you are evaluating a product that is only labeled as “USDA inspected,” you might want to ask the manufacturer to specify if it was inspected and approved for human consumption, or inspected and condemned but allowed to be salvaged for pet food. There is a difference.