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Ghoulish Zombie Flesh Tasty Chew Treats For Dogs 🎃


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Ghoulish Zombie Flesh Tasty Chew Treats For Dogs

It's time to have some Howl-O-Ween fun.  Our Goulish Zombie Flesh treat is the perfect chew, made from 100% Ostrich tendon, your dog will love chewing on this protein-rich low-fat chew. 

What Betty & Butch loves:

  • They will help clean your dog’s teeth
  • Provide plenty of entertainment
  • Low in fat
  • High in protein
  • Gluten-free
  • No artificial flavourings
  • No preservatives
  • Suitable for all dogs


100% ostrich tendon. Nothing added, nothing taken away, no chemicals, and no nasties.

    Feeding Guide:

    Feed as a reward or treat as part of a balanced diet and always ensure a bowl of fresh water is available. Complementary dog treat. Not for human consumption.

    Are ostrich tendons suitable for puppies?

    Yes. Ostrich tendons are a delicious treat for puppies over 12 weeks old. They can be an excellent option for preventing your puppy from chewing on furniture when they are teething and will help soothe sore gums. In addition to that, ostrich chews are not rock-hard, so they will not damage delicate puppy teeth.

    While they are fully digestible dog treats, we strongly recommend that all dogs are supervised whilst eating treats/deli products, especially puppies.

    If you are in any doubt about age restrictions, please get in touch with us via woof@bettyandbutch.co.uk or use the live chat facility on our website.

    Further Information

    All of our ostrich products are responsibly sourced from South Africa, on certified ostrich farms. They are not harvested from wild ostriches but rather a by-product of the ostrich meat industry. They are inspected by a vet and a health certificate is provided before we receive them.

    Sourcing by-products of the meat industry is sustainable and means fewer animal parts are placed in landfills which releases carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere.