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I've done some research and there are lots of arguments for and against it, but I wondered what you guys thought about ice cubes as a teething remedy? Loki just went nuts chewing everything he could so I've given him an ice cube and its calmed him down a bit. Is this ok?


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definitely, they were my puppy's favorite treat at that age
 

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just supervise and keep an eye on them, you can try different shaped ice cubes as well if you are worried, or crunch them into smaller pieces :)
 

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Yep, just watch him :)

The other thing I did was took a wet washcloth and froze it and let him chew on that.
 

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A puppy could choke on anything. Supervise and you will be fine. :)
 

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Ava has always loved ice cubes. She especially loves them if I freeze some of her kibble in them. What a great treat! :D
 

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Ice cubes are AWESOME!! Nothing like watching a puppy bounce after them as they slide across the floor. Just supervise and enjoy!
 

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We started ice cubes at 8 weeks and they lasted 10 min of playtime and now 18 weeks and and its 2 crunchies and gone =)
 

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speaking of ice cubes... saw this on Facebook:


Freeze water and chicken stock with toys, carrots, treats, etc to keep dogs from getting bored and overheated.
 
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