Dog Supplies: Dental & Chew Toys - Drs. Foster and Smith

Multiple Brands of Dog Chew Toys Shipped Nationwide Recalled Over Chemical Concerns
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Many behavior problems in dogs are the result of boredom or excess energy. Toys offer mental and physical stimulation and enrichment. Directing your dog's energy into play with toys can prevent or help resolve such problems as digging and chewing on furniture, shoes or shrubbery.
Multiple Brands of Dog Chew Toys Shipped Nationwide Recalled Over Chemical Concerns
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WHY IS IT AT #6? This KONG toy is used by police, K-9 teams, and drug dogs, all of which are pretty powerful creatures. It is not a flexible pet toy, which makes sense because if it were, it would get destroyed by its users. Make sure to size up. So, if you think your dog is a medium, get a large size of this KONG dog chew toy. This recommendation was echoed by several customers who found that the size they’d chosen was too small for their dogs. Another customer had a unique recommendation for treat stuffing: stuff the bottom 2/3 with treats and the top 1/3 . This will make for a delicious snack for your dog. Multiple Brands of Dog Chew Toys Shipped Nationwide Recalled Over Chemical Concerns
Photo provided by FlickrMultiple Brands of Dog Chew Toys Shipped Nationwide Recalled Over Chemical Concerns
Photo provided by FlickrMultiple Brands of Dog Chew Toys Shipped Nationwide Recalled Over Chemical Concerns
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In Devereux’s remarks, I hear echoes of my own long search for the right dog chew toys. From the time my Shepherd was a wee pup, we combed the pet aisles looking for enticing substitutes for couch and chair leg. She quickly sniffed out her favorite section among the knuckle and femur bones: the bins where the rawhide is cached.Pitbulls, Labs, and other powerful breeds are known for being strong chewers, but even tiny dogs can wreck toys in no time if they put their minds to it. The worst thing about it – aside from the possibility of your dog swallowing indigestible pieces – is the money you waste on toys that only keep your dog entertained for a few hours (or even a few minutes).Dogs love toys, and the thing they love most about toys is destroying them. At least, that’s the case with so-called aggressive chewers, who have a knack for shredding whatever plaything you put in front of them – be it plush, plastic, or rope. If your dog fits this description, you probably have a heap of eviscerated and mangled toys somewhere in your home.Dental bones are great for cleaning your dog’s teeth, but most of them can’t withstand the fury of an extreme chewer for very long. This toy is designed specifically for heavy chewers, so it stands a much better chance of holding up. That said, really tenacious pups might be able to chew off little pieces of this, so it’s best to check the toy’s condition periodically.