Nylabones Warning

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  1. Bella's Mom

    Bella's Mom New Member

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    I wanted to let you all know they are not as safe as we think, I will try to post a picture of the one my rottie chewed and took off the top of it :eek:
    Thank God I was here and she didnt swollow it, dont leave your dogs alone
    with these bones...
     
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    I posted the picture in the gallery, it's worth taking a look at
    Christine
     
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    wheres the gallery?

    Mo
     
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    I have never had a dog that's even remotely interested in Nylabones. Even my chewing machine Pit mix rejected them, and he ate carpet and cardboard. I have a Nylabone I bought for my Beagle about 30 years ago. I't rough in spots, but 95% intact after a half dozen dogs checked it out.

    Gumabones are a different story. The pit mix would destroy one in less than a couple of minutes. It got to be pretty expensive.
     

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