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Q: Nylabones, Bad?

November 10, 2008 | By Savannahbomb | 17 answers | Expired: 2102 days ago

Savannahbomb

Someone told me that they are not digestible and that they are actually really bad for dogs. Has anyone ever heard that?

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Marleydog
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Nov 13, 2008

Nylabones are created for chewing, not gobbling and/or swallowing whole! I have also heard that they are non-digestible, but the filings (from chewing) pass through the dog's system -typically- uneventfully.

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nicole s.
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Nov 18, 2008

They are good if your dog dosnt crew them. They are good for thir teeth and keep them busy. If the chew them up try harer ones or stop giving them. They will not digest so be carful.

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sandy
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Nov 10, 2008

I have never had any problems with them. Vets usually recommend them. My dogs pull some plastic off but as far as eating it no. I find little pieces on my rugs. I hope they are not bad. If you find more out let me know.

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