Most valuable chew toy

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  1. TylerDurden

    TylerDurden Well-Known Member

    What‘s your dog‘s most valuable and entertaining chew toy? We find it hard to keep him busy for longer than 10-15 minute periods. The tasty bone that @Boxergirl recommneded works pretty well so far, but that‘s pretty much it.
     
  2. Smokeycat

    Smokeycat Well-Known Member

    The only thing that lasts longer than about 10 minutes are elk antlers since I don't want to give femer bones. A stuffed hood is a favorite treat but given how bad they smell they only get them rarely.
     
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  3. TylerDurden

    TylerDurden Well-Known Member

    Thanks. We have been using them, as well. They are relatively pricy here, and people keep telling me how they would break a dog‘s teeth etc.
    Regardless, they have kept him busy for quite a while. Other than that, the 12in bully sticks, which are also somewhat expensive.
     
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  4. trg

    trg Active Member

    We bought some basted cow bones from amazon for our dogs. I thought they would last a bit longer but within a day they are gone. Gus is losing teeth pretty regular now. He just lost his lower canine yesterday. I honestly think cow ears are my dogs favorites though. We bought the Kong ball, no interest, he didn’t take to the bully stick that much either.
     
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  5. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Logan likes his big rawhide bone, and I know they can be a hazard, but he's a good chewer. He still has the same one. He doesn't eat it, just chews. He also likes his knotted tube socks, and his rope toy.
     
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  6. glen

    glen Super Moderator Staff Member

    Mine have raw bones from butchers, gandalf as got an xxxl kong he took the top off but thats his favourite toy ever he carries it to bed and sleeps with it
     
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  7. trg

    trg Active Member

    Gus was chewing a bone today, I found a molar lying next to him afterwards.
     
  8. marke

    marke Well-Known Member

    I would get a vet to check his teeth ………. I give my dogs nothing but bones to chew on , I've had as many as 8 dogs at one time , vet bills could be financially devastating , been my experience and long held belief , bones are safe ……….. not much else is ……..

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  9. trg

    trg Active Member

    If you are referring to Gus, he’s good, it was a puppy tooth, he has been losing a lot lately.
     
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  10. marke

    marke Well-Known Member

    didn't know he was a puppy :) they're great for removing puppy teeth
     
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  11. scorning

    scorning Active Member

    frozen turkey neck, knuckle bones, frozen stuffed kongs and west elm toys. i primarily use canned dog food for stuffing.
     
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