Arm & Hammer Ora Play Denta-Saurus Mint Tough Dog Chew Toy

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About This Item

  • Scrubbing grooves promote gum and tooth health by reaching up to the gum line to scrub off plaque and tartar.
  • Nubs work to stimulate the gums and remove any leftover food debris for optimal cleaning.
  • Baking soda infused for the cleanest and easiest dental care, all while your furry friend plays.
  • Made from super tough nylon to withstand even the most aggressive of chewers.
  • Delicious mint-flavor will keep your pooch happy, healthy, and kiss-ready.
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Top IngredientsNylon and Mint Flavor.
Toy FeatureTough Chewer, Outdoor, DentalTough Chewer, Outdoor, DentalTough Chewer, Outdoor, Teething, Training, ExerciseTough Chewer, DentalTough Chewer, Teething, Dental
MaterialNylon, Synthetic FabricRubberRope, PlasticRubberNylon, Synthetic Fabric
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium BreedsGiant BreedsSmall BreedsExtra Small & Toy BreedsSmall Breeds
Toy TypeChew ToysChew ToysChew ToysChew ToysChew Toys
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAdultAdult
Chew StyleModerateModerateModerate

Questions & Answers

4 Customer Questions


Is. This safe if small chips are ingested
Answer by ChewyJan 15, 2021
As with all chew toys, please supervise use and remove all separated parts. Product is not intended to be eaten or ingested. Please contact your veterinarian or take away.

Where is this made
Answer by ChewySep 12, 2018
This toy is made in China.

Is this VOHC approved?
Answer by ChewyOct 29, 2018
This dental toy is not VOHC approved.

Is this a good size for small 12 lb dog
Answer by ChewyApr 30, 2019
This toy is approximately 6 ¾ inches long and is suitable for small breed dogs.

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161 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jinx on Jul 29, 2022

Works for Us

I was skeptical once it came in, giving it was very hard and not in a typical chew toy way. However, this thing surprised us all! Our dog is a medium to large dog and is a power chewer for context. He has chewed the head off of it over the course of the last few months that we've had it, and it still holds up to this day. I will say, dogs that are smaller or aren't as strong chewers might not have good results. The hard and sharp plastic created from chewing could very well harm the dog's gums. It hasn't hurt my dog's, but it's something to keep in mind.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By LucynWinston on Jul 6, 2022

Tough is an understatement

Checked on my pup while she was chewing.. thankfully!! She is a hard chewer and this toy is too tough for her, I had to take it from her. Her gums bled from scratch’s caused by the sharp hard plastic edges. Took the second one from my other pup as well just to be safe.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JoeF on Jul 21, 2022

Great for Anxious Chewers

My dogs love this dental chew and it is not easily destroyed. It withstands the anxious chewing of my lab and the constant chewing from my boxer.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By DLP5 on Jul 23, 2022

Alligator blue

My dog started chewing on this toy with in 5 minutes she chewed on the eyes and was very sharp plastic exposed had to throw away.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Amanda on May 20, 2022

Not very tough

My German shepherd is a tough/heavy chewer, so I am always willing to try products that much hold up to his chewing outside of just Kong toys. This item is not one of them. It only lasted a total of 2 hours before plastic pieces started coming off.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By MStar28 on Apr 14, 2022

Very Hard Plastic

I did not realize this toy was a solid piece of plastic. It feels very heavy and likely to cause injuries to your dog's mouth. My sister asked if I picked it up from a kids playground as that is what it looks like - a hard plastic toy. The surface is very slick already, so add some dog saliva and this toy will slip out of your hands, let alone a dog's mouth.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Starr on Apr 14, 2022

Tough Chew is correct

I honestly thought this would be like a hard rubber but when it arrived it was like a rock. It's a really hard plastic or whatever material. This came as a recommendation as a puppy toy and I do not see how because my 6-month-old puppy was gnawing on it and lost a tooth. So he won't be getting this toy until he has all of his adult teeth.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Abi96 on Jun 1, 2022

Too Hard For Dog Teeth

These are essentially action figures better suited for young children to play with. These are advertised as teeth cleaning toys but they’re literally just hard plastic.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By A111 on Jun 9, 2022

20 pound toy

This toy is incredibly heavy my dogs can’t even play with it! It is solid plastic, there is no give at all in the chew. Would not buy again.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By KevinWSU on Apr 16, 2022

Fractures teeth

Initially over the course of a year my dogs loved chewing these toys, however I discovered that they fractured numerous of my molars and premolars. Part of the green was found laying in one of their teeth. Led to very expensive vet bills to have the teeth removed.