Yak Milk Chews for Dogs

She Sells Sanctuary

Regular price $7.00

SMALL Yak Milk Dog Chews are suitable for dogs 15lbs and under.

Medium Sized Yak Milk Dog Chew is suitable for dogs who weigh between 15-35 lbs.

Large Sized Yak Milk Dog Chew is suitable for dogs who weigh 35 lbs and up.

Sourced from the Himalayas in Nepal, these chews are made in the traditional way using 100% natural organic ingredients - Yak milk, cow’s milk, lime juice and a pinch of salt, with no chemicals, additives, or preservatives. Your dog will love them!

Easily Digestible * Long Lasting * High Protein * Low Fat * Lactose Free

Crude Protein 54.9% MIN, Crude Fat .9% MIN, Moisture 16.3% MAX, Crude Fibre 6.51% MIN, Total Ash 6.8% MAX

STORAGE: Keep out of direct sunlight or cold temperatures. Store in a zip lock bag or airtight container. The shelf life of these chews is 2 years from the date of sale.

WHAT DO I DO WITH THE SMALL ENDS? Once your dog has broken his yak dog chew down into smaller pieces, you can place them in the microwave for approximately 30-45 seconds. This will puff them up and make for a new, fresh crunchy treat for your pup. Be sure to allow the pieces to cool before giving them back to your pup and stay present to ensure they do not choke.


1. Our yak milk bones are manufactured in rural Nepal where cow and yak milk is found in abundance. Not all of the milk is consumed; so the local farmers use an age-old recipe to make the milk into hard cheese.
2. These chews are100% natural. First, the yak milk is boiled, and the butter is removed. Second, the buttermilk is boiled again and the protein is coagulated. Then, cheese curds obtained in the process are compressed in Jute cloth and allowed to harden for days. The chews are cut and dried till they lose all their moisture with no added preservatives or chemicals.
3. They are eco-friendly and NO animals are harmed in the process of manufacturing these yak milk dog chews. The cows and the yaks are allowed to roam freely in the mountains. The animals are grass-fed, no antibiotics or hormones are used in the feeding process of the animals.