FAQs

Dogsee Chew treats are made from the milk of the rare Himalayan yaks. These chews have been consumed by people living in the Himalayan belt for centuries. They are made with 99.9% yak and cow milk, using very small amounts of lime juice and salt. The cheese derived from this milk is compressed and hardened in meticulously-calculated temperatures to give the right amount of firmness and flavour.

We are exclusively available in vet clinics. You can buy our products from all leading vet clinics across the country.

Dogsee Chew products are 100% natural, free of preservatives and additives, free of animal by-products from 4D sources; they are grain-free, gluten-free and made from human grade ingredients. Dogsee Chew products help prevent Plaque and Tartar while also providing your dogs with nutritional benefits. This will certainly reduce the number of veterinary visits of your dog. Hence, in the long run, the high quality and benefits justify the the price-to-product ratio.

Made from the traditional Himalayan recipe, untampered by modern intervention, Dogsee Chew treats are produced from hardened milk (Churpi) coming from free-range yaks and cows of the Himalayas. They are not subjected to any steroids or artificial hormones to increase the quantity of milk. Moreover, the company works closely with the farmers living in the Himalayas and ensures their sustainable livelihood.

Dogsee Chew treats are available for dogs of small, medium and large sizes. You can start giving your dog a Dogsee Chew treat once your dog becomes 3-4 months old. In addition, we also have Puffies, Crunchies and Puffy Bars. These are soft and crunchy, ideal for puppies and for training dogs

You don’t have to panic if your dog swallows the treat. These treats are totally digestible and won’t disrupt your dog’s digestive system.

You don’t necessarily have to be around when your dog is consuming a Dogsee Chew treat. However, it is a good practice to always watch over them while they chew on anything. Also, remember to keep a bowl of fresh water near them.

It is better not to feed them Dogsee Chew treats if they are lactose-intolerant. Although, our treats don’t have a high lactose content, it is always advisable to stay on the safe side.

The product doesn’t get spoiled that fast. It can be consumed for a number of days by cleaning with a dry cloth.

It depends on your dog and his/ her size. However, they will be engaged for a minimum of 20 minutes when given Dogsee Chew treats.

It can be given as a meal during lunch or dinner. It is filling in terms of nutritional value but not in terms of quantity.

You can give the smaller pieces to your dog. You can also microwave the end pieces for a time period of 45-60 seconds on high power. Give it to your dog after it cools, and watch him/ her happily munch on them.

Yes, of course. After opening the packet, store the bar in a cool, dry place. If the chew gets exposed to moisture or is resealed in a bag for more than an hour, it might fall prey to mold contamination. We recommend that you place it on a counter or in a cupboard allowing it to air-dry. Refrigerating is not recommended as this will result in moisture loss and will cause the chew to become brittle and crack.

Yaks, indigenous to the Himalayas 3000 meters above sea level, graze on unpolluted grasslands and drink the pristine Himalayan waters, imbued with medicinal value. The rearing process of yaks is extremely natural and compared to cow milk, yak milk is purer and higher in nutritional value. It contains 60% protein as well as vitamins and has relatively less fat content.

Yes, absolutely. Milk has a lot of beneficial properties and is good for dogs as well. For example, yak milk is an excellent source of zinc which helps dog with skin allergies and ailments. Also yak milk is a source of antioxidant, Omega 3. However, it will be inadvisable if your dogs are lactose-intolerant. Despite our chews not having a high lactose content, it is still not recommended, to be on the safe side.

The proportion of yak milk is more in composition as compared that in cow milk. Also, the blend of cow and yak milk gives your dog a range of useful nutrients like iron, calcium, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, and more.

One treat per day is highly recommended. However, if it suits your pet, it can be increased from one to two per day.

Rawhides are the by-product of the leather industry. Thus, they are full of chemicals that are unhealthy for your dogs in every possible way. They swell up in the stomach causing gastrointestinal distress. Also, they are indigestible and have no nutritional benefits. However, Dogsee Chew treats are imbued with nutrients, are digestible, free of chemicals of any form and also free of animal by-products. So yes, Dogsee Chew treats are better than the rawhides available in the market.

The term ‘Human Grade’ in pet foods means that the finished good is legally suitable and approved for consumption by human beings for nourishment.

The lactose content in Dogsee Chew products is less than 1 gm per 100 gm.

As mentioned above, these chews are smoke-dried to make them harder. It’s the exposure to heat and smoke that gives it the smoky aroma. However, you can be rest assured that it doesn’t affect their quality.

Dogsee Chew treats are prepared by smoke-drying them over a period of 28 days to make them harder. The difference in colour simply indicates a difference in the exposure to heat. However, it doesn’t affect the treat’s quality.

Once opened, the product can be consumed for upto two years. However, it is advisable to not keep it for that long as the product can fall prey to fungi infestation if not taken care of properly. A sealed packet has a shelf life of three years.

No, we do not. However, you can find Combo Packs of multiple packets in Amazon.

We use Food Grade silica gel in our packets to keep the chews free from contamination. As humidity is one of the biggest culprits in food contamination, the food grade silica gel helps absorb about 40% more moisture than its own size and weight.