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Rating: 5

Give the dog a Booda

posted 5 years ago

My dogs seen to prefer the mini size (1-15lbs) rope bones. They enjoy the chicken flavor from the rubber. The Booda bone keeps'em occupied for a long time. The toy is dishwasher safe and will leave no residual order on carpet or furniture.

Pros: Strong rubber

Cons: none

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Rating: 5

New Mini Multicolor Booda Bone

posted 6 years ago

My dogs love these Booda Bones so much we have to get new ones every so often!

Pros: A great chew or tug toy

Cons: None

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