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small rawhide chew toys
Rating: 4.6

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GeneWeyer
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Rating: 5

Interesting toy

posted 6 years ago

kittens love to chew on things so why not give them a chew toy?

Pros: teething toy

Cons: none

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Opalking
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Rating: 4

Good treat or Incentive

posted 5 years ago

We buy these for our dog and our grandpa's dog sometimes. They really enjoy them, and the small ones are less expensive and great if you just want to give your dog something little for encouragement. It is especially good for smaller dogs or puppies who can not easily chew on larger bones. However, for big dogs these will be devoured in minutes.

Pros: good for training or gifts

Cons: easier to choke on, do not last as long

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Fantasy
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Rating: 5

Great idea

posted 6 years ago

I have always let my cats chew the dogs pig ears and rawhide, so I guess if you dont have a dog this works too

Pros: cats like to chew too

Cons: dogs steel it

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