This bone satisfies natural urge to chew - £10.61 Prime / £15.36 non-Prime @ Amazon
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This bone satisfies natural urge to chew - £10.61 Prime / £15.36 non-Prime @ Amazon

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Found 6th Dec 2017
Great xmas gift for your pet. (over 50%) off



  • Discourages destructive chewing



  • Fights boredom



  • Helps clean teeth



  • Provides Enjoyment



  • Nylon bone
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That's the wife's Christmas present sorted, cheers OP.
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Is this really a bone lol 😜
Edited by: "rsmac81" 6th Dec 2017
Bone you say?
It's a doggy butt plug.
It looks little like a dog toy in real life too!! Had one for my Bearded Collie, awkwardly asked if it had gotten in to the 'toy box'
Edited by: "360finder" 6th Dec 2017
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360finder3 m ago

It looks little like a dog toy in real life too!! Had one for my Bearded …It looks little like a dog toy in real life too!! Had one for my Bearded Collie, awkwardly asked if it had gotten in to the 'toy box'


Ah hahaha awk
what batteries does it take?
This simulated hand does not help lol
rsmac811 m ago

This simulated hand does not help lol


Stimulated would have been a better choice!!!
Nylon 🤔🤔🤔🤔
That's the wife's Christmas present sorted, cheers OP.
On a more serious note these things are well known for cracking dogs teeth because there so hard, Vet told me not to buy them because of this.
On a more serious note, these Nylabone chews are the only ones that my dogs do not destroy in a matter of minutes.
Not this particular model though, we had one but my wife said that one of the dogs lost it so we had to buy another one!
You get these toys on sex sites advertised dirt cheap or free mystery gift with every purchase, and when they cant get rid of them punt them off as dog chews in all the pound thrift shops
DO NOT GIVE THESE TO YOUR DOG
Over time the 'Nylon bone' will leave your dog with really bad worn down teeth. Our German Shepherd's back teeth are worn down so much as we did not notice the bad effects from the 'nylon bone chew' until it was to late
steve105744 h, 51 m ago

LOL this one is worse …LOL this one is worse https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nylabone-Extreme-Chewers-Chicken-Flavour/dp/B0002ASPT6/ref=pd_bxgy_199_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=9HKPNKWA8RQ6MNNHNHCP


It probs depends on your dog, some might damage their teeth, so wont. I think the smaller nylabones are better, but you are probs better off getting an uncooked cow/sheep/pig bone from the butchers every fortnight or so. Marrow is good for them and when they were wild its what they would of had. Plus they will cost next to nothing or free.
360finder6th Dec

It looks little like a dog toy in real life too!! Had one for my Bearded …It looks little like a dog toy in real life too!! Had one for my Bearded Collie, awkwardly asked if it had gotten in to the 'toy box'



Bearded Collie, is that a euphemism?
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