|Toy Feature||Variety Pack||Teething, Dental||Teething||Teething, Dental||Teething|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Plastic||Rubber||Plastic||Rubber|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds||All Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Chew Toys|
My puppy absolutely loved the edible treat and the soft brown/orange translucent chew. He was not interested whatsoever in the white bone. Definitely helped my pup during his teething.
My Mom bought these for me and gave me the "gentle" brown one as soon as I came home on 2/6/23. I love it. I loved chewing on fingers, so she would give the bone to me instead. She says it's almost time to throw it away, though, as soon pieces will splinter off. Yesterday she gave me the white bone. It's slippery, which makes it more challenging for me to hold onto. She knows that she will have to keep an eye on me and my bones because I do like to chew. I am 3 months old and love to chew. I prefer furniture, books, shoes, and blankets, but for some reason my humans don't like when I chew those, so these bones are good substitutes.
My puppy took some time to chew on these.
We love these toys for our 9 week old puppy. Whenever she is biting our fingers, we replace fingers with these bones and she is so happy. She prefers the brown bones over the white one now but I expect she will grow into the white one.
This was one of my first purchases after I had placed my puppy deposit. I have read great reviews and this seems highly recommended. Unfortunately, once I got my pup, she had no interest in these. I thought maybe she'd come back to them..... NOPE. Even when I try to get her to chew on them, she won't even latch on. The wood one is as hard as a rock. The white is just HARD PLASTIC. The tan one is almost some sort of hardened gel?? I believe if she actually chewed them, the tan one would chip off. Not impressed & do not recommend at all.
I purchased this because I was unsure that kind of chewer my dog was. Since this pack included a "Gentle" and an "extreme" chew, it was a good indicator of what chewing threshold he had. He was able to go through the "gentle" one in about an hour, and the "extreme" one still remains untouched. So, he's about in the middle, which is the Flexi-chew. The edible treat was also nice for him to enjoy~
very dangerous products... my little 1 yr old puppy chewed pieces off of these bones that could choke her and cause internal problems... all 3 bones were the same problem
These chews are probably design for smaller breeds. My 8 week old pity doesn’t want anything to do with the solid brown or white bone. He enjoyed the third one (not solid brown); however, it gave him very loose stools.
If you have a puppy then these are a must. I like the different stages of strength, although none of them last long with my heavy chewer. She loves them
We're still on the first bone so I can only vouch for that one, but this was one of the first things I gave my puppy when we first got home. He was so excited about it, he hopped up and down in his crate. He is a big fan. I will say it can be kinda hard for him to pick up sometimes. The shape is pretty smooth and sometimes hard to grip. Still, good purchase.