Himalayan dog chew: If you can't stop chewing behavior, channel it. Perfect for hard-core chewers, these natural dog treats are rock-hard and long-lasting. The surprise: they're made of cheese! Based on a traditional people snack from the Himalayan highlands, chews are made using traditional methods and an ancient recipe of boiled yak and cow milk, salt and lime juice. Contains no gluten, chemicals or preservatives and is low fat.
Inu hariko was placed in noble women's maternity room as guardian for mother and child. Later bamboo basket and "Den den daiko" or drum were added as charm, happiness and children's health.(bamboo basket is for "washing down illness and evilness"."Den den daiko" is for baby-sitting.) Inu hariko is omen for family bond as kanji for bamboo(竹） on the head of kanji for dog(犬） forms a kanji for smile(笑） For me this look like cat.