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Petstages Dogwood Tough Dog Chew Toy

Petstages Dogwood Tough Dog Chew Toy

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    ASTRO LOOOOVES HUS STICK!!!!!

    By GHUS on Nov 13, 2020

    My Black Lab mix LOOOOOVES his new stick!!!!! He guards that thing like a steak! This is awsome! He used to bother us to let him out every 5 minutes but, since that stick came, he lays down much more to relax when he hears noises out side. You see, he was a country dog his whole life, untill now. Now My Black Lab mix LOOOOOVES his new stick!!!!! He guards that thing like a steak! This is awsome! He used to bother us to let him out every 5 minutes but, since that stick came, he lays down much more to relax when he hears noises out side. You see, he was a country dog his whole life, untill now. Now we live in town in a trailer park with neighabors n other dogs in their yards that he can see them. Thank you again for the items yall offer... … more

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    Hard and plastic-y

    By Ellie on Oct 5, 2020

    This is much more plastic-y than woody. My dogs enjoyed chewing on them but I set a time limit being afraid it would wear their teeth too much. I have a middle-aged boxer with small teeth and lab with big teeth who loves to chew sticks. I won't buy this again. Not horrible but I really don't like the This is much more plastic-y than woody. My dogs enjoyed chewing on them but I set a time limit being afraid it would wear their teeth too much. I have a middle-aged boxer with small teeth and lab with big teeth who loves to chew sticks. I won't buy this again. Not horrible but I really don't like the hard plastic feel. Also loud when dogs drop it on hard flooring. I think even if some material gets ingested, it seems safer than if dogs ingest real splintery wood. Pros and cons. … more

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