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How are we different than our competitors?
Our dog chews come air-tight packaged with silica gel. Some of these chews are prone to moulds so it is a must to have it in a closed air-tight packaging.
We provide the best value in terms of price and quality. Contact us if you see a lower
price for a better quality and we will see what we can do to match it.
We have a mission to develop rural parts of the Himalayas that help us produce
these dog chews.
We do lab-tests to look at the chew-composition because some chews might contain
high salt which may not be good for your dog’s health.
Only 30% of the highest quality chews are exported to the UK and the rest of the world
All our ingredients from the yak milk to the lime juice are 100% Natural. Our snacks also do not include any preservatives that could lower the quality of our treats.
During the production of our treats we ensure that all the lactose and gluten are taken out, this insures the treat is digestible for even the most picky of eaters.
Apart from providing ample of protein for your dogs growth, our treats also aide with healthier teeth. The excessive chewing needed to consume the treat, helps in cleaning out any plaque.
Another benefit to Everest Dog Chews, is that they last at least 4 - 5 times longer than most other yak chew brands, so you get real value out of every purchase.
How are they made?
The yak and cow milk is boiled for an hour, after which the hot milk is poured into a hand-cranked centrifuge (to remove all of the fat). The remaining fat-free milk is used to create the Everest Dog Chew and the filtered out fat is boiled to create a local butter known as “ghee”. This ghee is sold as a separate product locally. When the milk has cooled down, salt and lime juice is added to coagulate the mixture. The milk solids are separated and washed to remove remnant whey. The milk solids are compressed and then cut to various sizes.