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    We never use the editable Nylabones. Get the hard ones for tough chewers, they last a long time.
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    We used to give our dogs nylabone Galileo bones. I don't see them in the stores now, so we have Kongs and nylabone dura chews. We find little rice sized pieces of nylabone all over the throw blankets though. Chewables are all too soft!


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    After a doggie dentist said that Nylabones account for about 80% of his business, I quit giving them to her. Kong, Orka, and Goughnuts only.. Eating that much, can't be good, but hopefully the diarrhea will expedite the "eviction" of it..

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    @Daphnee, was the dentist talking about the durachew and Galileo nylabones? I'm really getting concerned about the little pieces from the durachew. Charley chews through okra in no time. I'm not familiar with goughnuts.


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    Default Re: Nylabone Effects

    Quote Originally Posted by Daphnee View Post
    After a doggie dentist said that Nylabones account for about 80% of his business, I quit giving them to her. Kong, Orka, and Goughnuts only.. Eating that much, can't be good, but hopefully the diarrhea will expedite the "eviction" of it..
    i second that vet comment, Lola had to have a tooth extracted because of a powerful chewer nylabone ( or elk antler, which is second reason dog dentists have job security)

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