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Old 05-08-2012, 08:02 PM
 
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My little dog Rose just starts teething, and likes biting. I don't work at home, so I am a little worry about her. To prevent her from biting my things, I bought her two toys to bite.
One is Favorite Favorite Dog Cotton Rope Toy- Bone.

It's great for teething pups, and it can help relieve the pain of my little one. It's a safe and eco friendly toy as it is made of chemical free natural dyed cotton thread. So I don't need to worry about her health with this toy. Rose enjoys herself on weekdays with this toy.

The other one is Chomper Single Rope Loop with Tennis Ball Tug & Toss Dog Toy.

I use this one on the Weekends, and play games with Rose. We always have a great time together with the toy.
I hope my little Rose can be happy forever!
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Old 05-10-2012, 03:38 AM
 
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two cute toys for little dog. Thank you. I am looking for toys for my boy.
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Old 05-12-2012, 06:36 AM
 
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Verigated cotton toys are great chew toys for dogs, cats and even birds. Because they are 100% cotton (all natural) if any small amout is digested, it will come out on the other side. (Small amount, depends on the size of your pet).

I buy this product in bulk and make toys for my boys (Am Bulldogs) 70 and 90 pounds, and they LOVE their toys! They actually last well, too and my boys are "strong" chewers.

I highly recommend!!!
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Old 05-12-2012, 07:46 AM
 
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I'm sorry but I would not recommend those rope toys for unsupervised use.

While this will vary from dog to dog, my dogs (very different breeds and sizes) were able to rip those things to shreds in a matter of minutes and they have eaten a large portion of the stringy crap that's left over.

Even though it's made of cotton, it can still be ingested and cause a blockage.
Ask me how I know.

All toys really, are best used under supervision but I think you'd be far better off using a more durable toy like a nylabone.

The rope toys, and we do have many of them, are great for tug-o-war and fetch however. They just aren't good chew toys.
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Old 05-14-2012, 09:11 PM
 
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I'm sorry but I would not recommend those rope toys for unsupervised use.

While this will vary from dog to dog, my dogs (very different breeds and sizes) were able to rip those things to shreds in a matter of minutes and they have eaten a large portion of the stringy crap that's left over.

Even though it's made of cotton, it can still be ingested and cause a blockage.
Ask me how I know.

All toys really, are best used under supervision but I think you'd be far better off using a more durable toy like a nylabone.

The rope toys, and we do have many of them, are great for tug-o-war and fetch however. They just aren't good chew toys.
But OP said that's a little one, so the cotton is OK. For supervision preventing from being ingested, OP play the second one, which is easy to be ingested, together with the puppy.
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