Our rescue Anatolian Puppy came without her bone and the foster mailed it to us. She is a strong year old dog now and still licks her peanut butter off of the bone, chews it a little and then just lays with it. It was given to her as soon as she was placed in the foster home at a few weeks of age and she still expects it every time we are leaving. We even bought additional ones for our other Anatolian and to have in reserve for when we travel.
Though designed for puppies, half of the toy is hard plastic-type material and the other side is soft rubber that breaks away easily. This was taken away from our 3-month puppy after less than a week of play since it was coming apart.
My puppy destroyed this bone . He only weighs 40 lbs. Rated up to 120lbs.
I have 2 chorkies both small dogs and both of them were able to eat this chew toy. I thought Kong was supposed to be stronger than that
I thought there were 2 in a package. I was also disappointed that the treat are was so shallow
My dog destroyed this in less than an hour. It was a cute toy but it didn't last.
Since this was supposed to stand up to sharp puppy teeth and therefore I would think the most aggressive chewers, I thought I would give this one a try. But no, my dog had it in small, chokable pieces in no time at all. I'm sure the yummy coconut flavor made it seem just like a tasty treat. Into the trash.
I usually have good luck with Kongs so thought I’d give this a try. My 10-month old puppy started to break it in less than 5 minutes. Expensive lesson learned.
Our little terrier had this in pieces in about 3 minutes
Quickly became the new favorite chewing toy. How to replace his Nyla bone due to vet recommendation.