Spizzles® Australian free-range bully sticks are 100% natural and contain no additives or preservatives. This extra long pizzle has been grilled to hold the flavors intact, so your dog will not only enjoy its taste, but savor it for a long time. It is low in fat and an excellent way to reduce tartar buildup. Spizzles brand bully sticks are easy to digest and have passed our inspection standards. What's more; they come from free-range, grass fed, hormone-free Australian cattle. Spizzles buys direct from the source, so you get the savings and your dog gets the enjoyment of chewing a healthy organic bully stick.
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3.25 rating based on 4 reviews
Not what I expected by Parsnips03/18/2013
They were greasy, very thin and devoured by a 10 lb dog quickly
Disappointed by wolverinekas from Austin, TX11/19/2012
I was disappointed with the longevity of these bully sticks. My dogs tore through them. They barely lasted 15 minutes while other brands I have purchased lasted for hours.
I would not buy the Spizzles again. They are greasy and smell.
Spizzle sticks by toby06/27/2013
These are a tasty treat that is healthy for dogs. Not rawhide, but protein! Our dog really enjoys them.
A Dog's Delight! by Snorky from Tacoma09/18/2014
My nephews two big dogs can't wait to get their bully stick! Happy ! Happy!
Greasy but irresistible to dogs by lisfreese from Chicago, IL12/17/2012
While looking to find a rawhide NOT made in China, I ran across these "pizzle" sticks, a lovely term for what is essentially cow wiener. Whatever your feelings about their origin, know this: dogs LOVE them. Bully pizzles are super greasy, though, so put down a towel if you have nice rugs. We used a vice and pliers to cut the pizzles into smaller pieces, we didn't want our 22 and 46-pound dogs to eat 18 inches of pizzle in one go.