Chunky Chews
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Chunky Chews is a fun wooden chew toy for all hamsters, gerbils, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and pet rats. Super PetÆs chew toys are super-sized to last longer than other wooden chews. Made with USDA approved vegetable food colors. These popular wooden chew toys are sure to be a favorite for your furry friend.
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Treated with irradiation!

posted 5 years ago

I bought these to review on zootoo and I found something on the package which reads "Treated with irradiation" and I looked it up and wonder if this could be treated with radiation? Does that mean it's microwaved? Not sure if I would want to continaully feed this to my dogs without the company describing what they mean by this. Otherwise the ingredients are rawhide, water, tapioca and carmel color.

Pros: Dogs like it

Cons: Treated with irradiation

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