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peter k.
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Rating: 5

Therapeutic!

posted 5 years ago

Charlie first fell in love with rope 'bones' at someone else's house - I was pretty shocked at his obsession with the rope chew so picked up the Booda Floss style for him to test things out. Well - its one of his top "noms" now!! Its either a durable Nylabone, or a nice easy fresh n floss for chewing.

I will say it needs some monitoring - if he cuts through the big knot on the end - you are going to have a mess on your hands! Strings go everywhere. Fortunately, the rope is pretty thick and takes some serious work to get through.

I can't say that the "fresh" really makes a big difference over regular chewing - but he likes it, so no point in changing it :) .

Pros: engaging, teeth cleaning, breath improving

Cons: can have a shore life span

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kim v.
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Rating: 5

Great nom and freshens breath!

posted 5 years ago

Charlie loves his Booda fresh 'n floss. He spends a lot of time trying to pull apart the knots and all the while he is freshening his breath and keeping his teeth clean! The first Booda we got him only lasted a month or so, but that was after some intense chewing. My old dog, Toby, also loved his Booda and would spend hours nomming on it.

Pros: freshens breath, stimulating to dog, cleans teeth

Cons: have to keep an eye on it as it will unravel after much chewing and pulling

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Martha D.
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Rating: 5

Durable

posted 5 years ago

they just love these and they I love that they keep them occupied and not chewing or playing tug of war with my couch pillows anymore. If they needs washed, just throw them in the washer and air dry in the dryer or on top of the dryer...although I think they prefer them on the dirty slimmy side....lol

Pros: very durable, easy to wash

Cons: none

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Tammy37
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Rating: 2

Not for me

posted 5 years ago

My neighbvor had this toy and the dogs loved it and it had it for a long period of time, but then it she started acting sick so she took JU into the vet and she had ingested some and had a blockage, she made it thru but it was scary

Pros: Dogs do like it

Cons: Can get swallowed

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Elaina
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Rating: 5

Fun rope toy made by Booda

posted 5 years ago

The dogs love these ropes from Booda. They carry them around and play tug. This one has added dental benefits and what mother could argue at that. Only thing mom doesn't like is ropes are hard to keep clean.

Pros: HAs dental benefits

Cons: Ropes are hard to keep clean

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