Nylabones

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    kinser Well-Known Member

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    These are really great for powerful chewers - they last a long time. A trainer recommended them as an alternative to rawhide, and my dogs both love them. They are a little pricey, but the cost is worth it because they last so long. I definitely recommend this product!
     
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    haopee Well-Known Member

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    Nylabones are better than Rawhides. One of the downsides of feeding dogs rawhides is the possibility that it may stick to the stomach wall when not properly digested. We have nylabones here and they are expensive. Still, I think it's way better than catching them chewing on upholstery or our personal belongings.

    You could also opt for large beef bones because every dog loves a fat juice bone.
     
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    Jessi Well-Known Member

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    So if they're not made of rawhides, what are these Nylabones made of? I've actually never heard of them, although I don't often go through the storebought bones/toys when I'm out and about, so I'm not really up on my brand names.
     
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    MakingCents Well-Known Member

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    They are basically some type of hard plastic. My dog goes to town on them for a long time but eventually cracks them in half hten we have to take them from him.
     
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