Boar Ear

Real Dog Box’s Boar Ear medium chews are freshly air-dried in San Diego.

The Real Dog Box kitchen is located in San Diego, CA. All of our food is sourced from American ranchers, farms, or distributors. We receive our meat in raw form, prepare them by hand and gently dry them in our patent-pending air driers. We pack and ship it all as soon as it is ready to make sure we are feeding your dog food as fresh as possible.

Ingredients: 100% boar ear. Nothing else.

✅ single ingredient ✅ unprocessed

✅ air-dried in 64 hours ✅ no preservatives

✅ free-range ✅ sourced from Texas

Fun Fact

Fur acts as a pipe cleaner in your dog’s digestive tract! This helps “clean things out” and keep them regular.

What is Boar ear?

Wild boar is a wild swine native to Eurasia and North Africa. It has now been introduced to the Americas and Oceania.

How Are Boar Ears Chews Dried?


Air-dried for days and hand-packed in small limited-sizes batches. You know exactly where your food comes from and how it is made.


Real food tastes better and is healthier, especially without all the extra junk. We don’t use any artificial flavors, preservatives. Just real meat.


We built our own driers to provide you the most nutrition dense treats. We gently air-dry fresh USDA-inspected boar ears for 64 hours.

Can my dog eat Boar Ears?

It’s rare that dogs cannot consume boar ears. However, fur chews are easy to overfeed. It is normal to see some fur in your dog's poop.

How do I feed Boar Ears?

Introduce slowly. Dogs can eat the entire ear but it is best to feed in moderation to avoid digestive upset. 

Made with approx. 23.4oz of raw boar ear.

Why should I feed Boar Ears?

Boar ears are a great source of glucosamine and chondroitin which contribute to healthy joints! Fur is also a great source of fiber and manganese!

3 Reasons to Feed Boar Ears

  1. Chondroitin - maintains healthy joints
  2. Glucosamine - maintains healthy joints
  3. Manganese - healthy metabolism, nerve and brain function

Can dogs have Boar Ear allergies?

It is extremely unlikely that a dog would have an allergy or sensitivity to wild boar. Wild boar and pork have different protein structures so if a dog is sensitive to pork, boar is a great alternative.


Crude Protein 71.3 min

Crude Fat 20.54 min

Crude Fiber .67 max

Moisture 4.93 max

Calories 547.6 kcal per bag


Mental enrichment. Use as a plate for a frozen treat. Top with treats or kibble, use goat milk, kefir, or greek yogurt as the “glue” and freeze.

Feeding tip: Fur on boar ears make a game of scent hunt even more fun and realistic!

Learn how to play scent games.   

DIY meal: Include in your dog’s raw diet as a great source of fiber.