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*Toys That Can Take A Chewing*
Just a few toys we've found through our experience that can stand up to their chewing! These are great and come in different sizes. Puppies grow fast, and we suggest getting the largest size available for your new puppy at 8 weeks to adult. *We choose not giving our dogs rawhides/pig ears or knuckle bones, for the risk of being a choking hazard. Giving them these types of treats can lead to them not being interested in the safer bones/antlers like the ones we've suggested. The antlers/bones last ours a long time and are much safer.*
We have not experienced and of our dogs breaking off or chipping their teeth with any of the toys we have suggested here.
This being a working breed, their mouth is like our hands and they LOVE to chew and carry things around... Ours like variety and these toys help keep them from boredom so they stay happy and satisfied, especially on their downtime.
*I like to add to this from time to time, once I feel the toys are tried and true from our experience with all of our dogs in our opinion!*
Plastic bottles without their caps or labels of course. They don't last long but they have a great time with them while it lasts, so keep an eye out for any signs of the plastic being punctured and then of course, THROW it away!
Petstages Deer Horn Long Antler Lasting Chew-L.
This withstands their chewing and lasts for months with all of ours chewing it, as do the other types we've listed. When the bones get worn down where they could possibly swallow one, we throw them away. We also keep a spare in the car and in their crates.
Great Tuggy Rope!
BiteMe Products Pet Rope Dog Puppy Cat Tug Toy Braided Tug Toy Molar Cotton Knot Clean Teeth Healthy Teeth Chew Fun Toy-12 inch.
This braided rope toy without those loose rope ends and tag, is best for ours to play tuggy with and it seems to last longer. They do prefer the 12 in. for whatever reason. Also, it's a really good choice as far as rope toys go, for them to chew on individually and can last months or so with younger puppies up to around 3 or 4 months of age, depending on their desire to chew. When your fur baby begins to knaw off any fibers or pull out stuffing, etc., from any toy THROW it away!
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