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Furchild’s Himalayan Chews provides stimulation, improves canine dental health and helps relieve anxiety. All dogs love the texture and taste! The dilemma for pet parents is finding the right solution that will allow their dogs to exercise this instinct in a healthy way. Many mass-produced dog chews are known to contain potentially toxic chemicals and present digestive and choking hazards. Furchild’s Himalayan Dog Chews are a healthy alternative to mass-produced commercial dog chews. It’s a healthy investment for your Furchild… and your wallet!

  • Free Range, Grass Fed animals – no hormones, antibiotics, chemicals or GMO feeds
  • 100% Natural – no artificial flavors, preservatives, grains, glutens and binding agents
  • High in protein and healthy fats
  • Helps improve dental health, strengthens teeth, reduces plaque and tartar build up
  • Long lasting love for hours of chewing enjoyment
  • Clean and 100% digestible for no waste or floor stains
  • Beyond Fair Trade – Supporting rural farmers and communities in Nepal
  • Available in multiple sizes to meet the needs of all breeds – M/ L

Furchild’s Beyond Fair Trade Policy

We are proud to know that our Beyond Fair Trade policy is contributing to the economic development of some of the world’s poorest nations, Nepal. When you purchase Furchild’s Himalayan Dog Chews you are directly supporting the livelihoods of rural farmers, their families, and preserving traditional farming methods and protecting the Ancient Culture of the Himalayas.

Our Recommended Size for your Dog

  • Large: 1 Large Chew, 6 oz (170 g). Recommended for dogs under 80lb (36kg)
  • Medium: 2 Medium Chews, 2.5 oz (70g). Recommended for dogs under 35lb (16kg)
  • Small: 4 Small Chews, 1.25 oz (35g). Recommended for dogs under 13lb (6kg)

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Fiber (max) 0%, Crude Fat (min) 0.9%, Ash Max 7%, Moisture Max 10.2%, Crude Protein (min) 52%


Free Range, Grass Fed Yak Milk, Free Range, Grass Fed Cow Milk, Himalayan Salt and Lime


Present the Furchild’s Himalayan Chew to your pet. Let them smell it first and then take it on their own. They will begin to enjoy it and work their way through the all natural chew.

Always supervise your dog when feeding chews and be cautious to remove any when potential hazard presents itself.

What to Do With the Small End Pieces?

On High Power, microwave the end piece for about 45 seconds and continue to add 10 seconds as needed. Allow the “Puff” (looks like a honey comb) to cool for at least 2 minutes before feeding it to your dog.


It was born from an ancient recipe for a hard cheese snack chewed by the people of the Himalayas. In the mountains surrounding Mt. Everest at more than 15,000 feet, it is made using traditional methods with yak and/or cow milk, and all natural products with no preservatives or binding agents. They’re also gluten-free!

Himalayan Dog Chews are smoked using all natural processes in Nepal. Due to this process, some chews are closer to the smoker and some chews are further away from the smoker. The chews that are closer to the smoker are going to be darker in color and have a smokier aroma to them, these chews also tend to be a bit harder and last a little longer. The chews that are furthest away from the smoke are lighter in color and have a cheesier aroma to them.

The fat content in Himalayan Dog Chew is less than 1%.

Sodium in large amounts is harmful to dogs. Salt is used, with lime juice, as a coagulant in the production of Himalayan cheese. Salt content in Himalayan Dog Chew is less than 0.02%, and considered a negligible amount.

Furchild does not have manufacturing facilities for the cheese that becomes Himalayan Dog Chew. Instead we sustainably source hard cheese from rural community co-ops in the Himalayas, which use traditional methods in making it for human consumption.


logo-fair-trade-productsFair trade is a social movement whose stated goal is to help producers in developing countries achieve better trading conditions and to promote sustainability. Members of the movement advocate the payment of higher prices to exporters, as well as improved social and environmental standards.
The movement seeks to promote greater equity in international trading partnerships through dialogue, transparency, and respect. It promotes sustainable development by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, marginalized producers and workers in developing countries. Fair Trade is grounded in three core beliefs; first, producers have the power to express unity with consumers. Secondly, the world trade practices that currently exist promote the unequal distribution of wealth between nations. Lastly, buying products from producers in developing countries at a fair price is a more efficient way of promoting sustainable development than traditional charity and aid.

A component of Fair Trade is the social premium that buyers of Fair Trade goods pay to the producers or producer-groups of such goods. An important factor of the Fair Trade social premium is that the producers or producer-groups decide where and how it is spent. These premiums usually go towards socioeconomic development, wherever the producers or producer-groups see fit. Within producer-groups, the decisions about how the social premium will be spent is handled democratically, with transparency and participation.

Producers and producer-groups spend this social premium to support socio-economic development in a variety of ways. One common way to spend the social premium of Fair Trade is to privately invest in public goods that infrastructure and the government are lacking in. These public goods include environment initiatives, public schools, and water projects. At some point, all producer-groups re-invest their social premium back into their farms and businesses. They buy capital, like trucks and machinery, and education for their members, like organic farming education. Thirty-eight percent of producer-groups spend the social premium in its entirety on themselves, but the rest invest in public goods, like paying for teachers’ salaries, providing a community health care clinic, and improving infrastructure, such as bringing in electricity and bettering roads.

Product Reviews

Robert Kelly
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Best all natural chew EVER!!
annalien grobler
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These are the best chews I have ever bought for my dogs. My dogs love them and Lexi even takes hers to bed with her. They last long and they are healthy.
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