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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-20-2017, 04:39 AM Thread Starter
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Best strong toys to chew that are safe?

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If what you're looking for is something for them to chew I'd recommend an antler.
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Nylabone Dura Chew Souper
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Any of the 'Black Kong Toy' stuff is for power chewers.

You can stuff treats in them also - really extends the play time.
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If what you're looking for is something for them to chew I'd recommend an antler.
I used this when she was a puppy but wouldn't give it when adult teeth come in. They dull teeth pretty quick.
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For any puppy I've had I always stick to kongs and plushies (when they are super young) or real bones that haven't been treated. Anything fake can cause a blockage in my experience.
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When our puppies were very young up to 6 months we used the red kongs, usually frozen with greek yogurt and fruit. This also distracted them while they were being crate trained. After their adult teeth started coming in, we went to the black kongs. When the land shark phase got too bad and nothing seemed to satisfy them, I would go to a bully stick but I always had a grip on one end of the stick, sometimes they just need to gnaw. We also give them a frozen marrow bone every couple of months now that they are older 14 months and 8 months. Sometimes,you just have to concede that not every toy or "chewy" is going to last a long time. Good luck
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When our puppies were very young up to 6 months we used the red kongs, usually frozen with greek yogurt and fruit. This also distracted them while they were being crate trained. After their adult teeth started coming in, we went to the black kongs. When the land shark phase got too bad and nothing seemed to satisfy them, I would go to a bully stick but I always had a grip on one end of the stick, sometimes they just need to gnaw. We also give them a frozen marrow bone every couple of months now that they are older 14 months and 8 months. Sometimes,you just have to concede that not every toy or "chewy" is going to last a long time. Good luck
Thank you, most informative.
Always used kongs, but from experience all my dogs get bored fast no matter what is inside.ive tried it all.
Will see.... Just need something as close to non destructible as possible haha

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These toys are AMAZING! They flex and bend, but our dog (who usually destroys any toy within minutes) hasn't destroyed any of them. If your dog destroys the toy, they will send you one for free.

https://www.westpawdesign.com/dogs/d...oflex-dog-toys

I love them, and everyone else I know who has them loves them too.
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These toys are AMAZING! They flex and bend, but our dog (who usually destroys any toy within minutes) hasn't destroyed any of them. If your dog destroys the toy, they will send you one for free.

https://www.westpawdesign.com/dogs/d...oflex-dog-toys

I love them, and everyone else I know who has them loves them too.
Great thank you so much!!!!
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