About Hartz Chew 'n Clean Toys
A Chew Toy for Every Dog
Chew ‘n Clean dog toys come in a variety of shapes and sizes to meet the needs of every dog. From the Twisty Bone that’s gentle on your pup’s teeth and gums to the Tuff Bone made of durable nylon, there’s a toy to satisfy any pup!
Why Choose Chew ‘n Clean?
Chew ‘n Clean combines dental cleaning and fun, all in one! The nubs on these toys gently massage gums and help clean teeth by keeping plaque and tartar at bay.
Chews for all Chewers!
Bacon-scented and gentler on teeth than hard nylon, with nubs and ridges that invite chewing and help massage gums.
A treat and toy in one, with an outer shell made of durable nylon and a tasty chicken-flavored treat to encourage chews.
With an edible bacon-flavored center and DentaShield, which helps reduce tartar by bonding with components in saliva.
Made for the toughest chewers, it has an irresistible bacon flavor and nubs to help keep teeth and gums clean.
Hartz has been delivering exceptional pet care products for over 95 years. The full range of pet care products are dedicated to the health and well-being of cats and dogs with a focus on making life with pets richer, easier, and more joyful.
I have little dogs, but they like this size better. They are easier to hang onto. My dogs are all spoiled, so they have lots of choices, but these bones are always out and around, and always of interest to the dogs. This has been true of a number of dogs over the years. They take them to their beds, take them up and down the stairs, sometimes scrap over them a little bit. The flavorful center keeps them interested, and the plastic lets them work out the chewing urges without ruining things or their teeth. I feel comfortable leaving these in a crate with them because they don't break off any chunks. Plus the bright colors keep us from tripping over them. We keep coming back to these. For my dogs, they last years, but the tasty part eventually gets drier and starts to leave a trail of little orange bits behind, so we replace them then.
If you let the dog continue to chew on them, even after the plastic is messed up, they will eventually get all the treat. My dogs absolutely love them! Let the dog enjoy them even after it looks messed up, your dog will thank you.
We have 3 sized dogs, small (15#), medium (34#) and large (65#). They ALL loved these chew toys. Their favorite color was yellow followed by orange....
We’ve had this since August. When our male dog first started chewing it my husband warned me that he was going to end up eating the plastic. I wanted to at least give our dog a chance with it so I didn’t just toss it then. Big mistake. He’s a very food/treat oriented pup and will sit and try to master any obstacle to get his reward. I thought that as he chewed on this the treat would be more easily accessible to him, it didn’t. Instead he managed to get a sore on his upper lip from the plastic becoming so rough from his chewing on it. I will admit it’s mostly my fault for not keeping a better eye on him while he was using it, but the poor product design was also a contributing factor. If you have a high intensity, food oriented chewer, I definitely recommend you pick a different product.
My dog chewed this bone for maybe 10 mins before the plastic completely fell apart & became sharp. Had to take it away from him and throw it away.
My boxer has a touchy stomach. Twice, after giving other chews, I've ended up with huge vet bills to stop bloody diarreha. Now these are the only chews I give her.
This chew did not last 2 hours- the plastic to it is not durable. It was like giving my dog a plastic bottle. I had bought one similar to this, same company- two months ago that is still holding up that I bought a second.
Stepping on one of these after our dog has chewed on it is worse than walking thru a field of Legos baregooted! Ouch!!
I bought 2 and received 2, where is my third? Buy two get the third free. Got to click the right button or the order processors will not honor the ad.
Do NOT buy these or allow dogs to chew these. My dog chipped a tooth! And cost us $2900 in dental bills. The veterinary dentist does NOT recommend these as chew toys!