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It is important that you get to know a dog’s chewing style and to select the appropriate type of chew and the proper size and formulation based on age, breed, chewing style and weight.
The pressure exerted by a dog’s jaw is considerable, and when directed straight down can put tremendous stress on the teeth. It is recommended that non-edible chews be large enough to encourage chewing from the side rather than the top and bottom. If your dog is between sizes, choose the larger size. If you have more than one dog in your household, select chews appropriate for the largest, strongest chewer. If your dog is an especially strong chewer, a larger chew may provide more of a challenge. Remember to supervise the use of all chews and toys!
Nylabone makes both Chew Toy and Edible Chew Products
Chew Toy (Non-Edible) Products (Plastic, Rubber and Nylon) are NOT intended for consumption. During normal chewing, tiny bristle-like projections are raised, which help clean teeth. If these tiny pieces (no larger than a small grain of rice) are ingested, they should pass through. A dog should not be able to break off larger piece of any Nylabone chew Toy (Non-Edible). If you think your dog swallowed a large piece of a Chew Toy (Non-Edible), take the chew away and contact your veterinarian for advice. No dog toy or chew is totally indestructible. Frequently inspect any chew before giving it to your dog to make sure it’s whole and intact, with no missing pieces. Replace a chew Toy when protruding ends are worn down, or if it becomes too small to chew safely. Nylabone Chews and Toys should not be boiled, placed in a dishwasher, washing machine, convection or microwave oven.
Edible Chew Products are treats. Their lifespan depends on how determined a chewer your dog is. These all-natural chews are edible and highly digestible. Supervise the use of all Edible chews to ensure that your dog does not bite off pieces too large to swallow. Natural color may stain light-colored surfaces. They are best enjoyed by a dog with all of its permanent teeth (usually around 6 months). Exceptions: Healthy Edibles and Nutri Dent for Puppies 3 months and older.
Rawhide is a natural product. It is important that the chew is large and thick enough that a dog cannot easily chew off and swallow a large piece or the whole chew. We recommend discarding rawhide when it has been enjoyed down to a small portion or if it requires more than 5 days to consume. Natural color may stain light-colored surfaces.
Edible Puppy Chew Products are designed for puppies 3 months of age and older. Please consult your veterinarian for the right time to start your puppy on edible chews.
Puppy Chew Toy (Non-Edible) Products are specially designed for young teething puppies. They should not be given to a dog with ANY permanent teeth, regardless of age.
My puppies love playing with this toy. They're 11 months old and it's still one of their favorite toys. Although they did chew the middle link until it broke, it is very durable. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Lisa Geibel
My puppy absolutely loved this toy! We got it when he was about 3 months and wanting to chew everything, I bought him this and it was a lifesaver, he would just sit and chew for... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This is way too hard. I'm not sure if I want my 2 months old cocker spaniel playing with this thing. it looks like a baby toy not a dog toy. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lorena
My dog has so much fun with it (which I can't understand why), and it's still lasting after so many months. She chews on it, throws it, and plays tug-o-war with it with me.Published 8 days ago by Jaeeun L.
These were great for my French and English bulldogs strong jaws. Keep and eye out though when they chew through them which is quite awhile.Published 13 days ago by rejerock
This toy is indestructible, which is nice, but my puppy doesn't really like it. Maybe too hard? He seems to try and be turned off after a few bites.Published 14 days ago by Samantha Rigo