Nope, no way, nuh uh... yuck.
non of the bully stix we give our dogs smell. I've heard though that there are two different ways that companies dry the sticks. and one way makes them sit in the natural juices more and gets more stinky, the other way is to hang them to dry and that way it's not sitting in the juiceWe do. It's her favorite chew toy, though she never chews it enough to actually get any of it off. I gave her a bully stick once thinking that maybe it would have been treated with less chemicals and such.. but the bully stick SMELLED so bad.. I just couldn't stand it.. and it got all soft and wriggly just like the part it was made out of.. totally grossed me out.
I actually think they smell sort of pleasant, but I guess I'm a weirdo that way, Lol!
I guess so! Lol! I think Basil smells sort of like Corn Syrup, and my parrot frequently smells like Cinnamon Sugar and old books!Really? Oh well. I like the smell of my dog when he gets muddy. And the smell of my dusty garage. We are both all screwed up!