I actually don’t recommend cutting them just because I have tried to do this with just about every instrument
and knife you can think of and they’re very hard to cut. That is why we brought you our pig ear slivers, I give
these to our pomeranians and find that it’s a much better sized pig product for the little dogs.
Our Chicken Jerky comes from humanely harvested chickens right here in the USA. This is 100% chicken
jerky breast that is harvested and prepared in the USA.
If your pooch has never had pig ears than you want to ease them into it. Start this by first giving your dog
a pig year after he’s eaten some normal food, like a dessert. This way you can see how he reacts to the
pig ear. Some dogs have a hard time with pig ears because of the richness, but when it is given after a
meal, it is easier to digest. When you do this, only let them eat half. If within 24 hours everything’s still
great, you can give them the rest of it and the next time you can let them have a whole ear.
The pig ears range in color because as a natural product which is minimally processed, there are
variations from harvest to harvest. Also, Brutus & Barnaby pig ears are baked and so some get more baked
than others and can be darker.
The ink is actually a tattoo from the branding done at the farms. Farmers use this to keep track of their
livestock. We do our best to not put ears with ink in the bags. If you get a bag with ears that have ink on
them and you're not satisfied, let us know and we’ll make it right.
This depends upon the size of your dog. I recommend bully nuggets for smaller dogs; teacup size dogs are
As part of the cleaning process, our cow ears are not bleached. They are cleaned in a solution of water and
hydrogen-peroxide. The same hydrogen-peroxide you would pour on a cut or scrape when you would want to
clean it. This helps ensure the cow ears are bacteria free.