yes, my puppy LOVES nylabones!! his favorite is the Nylabone DuraChew Bacon Flavor Bone Dog Toy
Nylabone Dura Chew is a medium-sized hollow stick dog chew made using a tough and durable nylon. It is ergonomic, fits snug in the mouth of dogs to promote powerful chewing, and has a unique hollow center that you can fill with tasty treats to enhance playtime. When in use, this toy does not irritate dogs. It is affordable, has a tasty bacon flavor that dogs like, and an advanced tooth-cleaning design that cleans teeth and controls tartar and plaque build-up. Whether you are looking for a chew toy to fight boredom, provide lasting entertainment, and encourage non-destructive chewing habits, Nylabone Dura Chew hollow stick is among the best to buy.
Within minutes the top of Nylabone was starting to be all chewed up. I checked on the Nylabone website and it says that small rough bits on the end is normal. It is only if they chew larger pieces that it is dangerous. They also state, however, that there is no such thing as an indestructible Dog Toy.
Nylabone Puppybone Wolf Dog Chew
Nylabone Wolf Original Dura Chew Dog Chew
It was last year and me and my boyfriend gave my 9 month old yorkie what we thought was a safe Nylabone, but he chewed a piece off and it went into his intestine and we had to get 50 percent of it removed after a week in the hospital and 4 thousand dollars later we got to bring our dog home. He does ok now but we have to watch what he eats because a lot of stuff makes him sick.The recall covers one lot of the 1.69 ounce package of Puppy Starter Kit dog chews, which contain three bone-shaped chews designed for puppies that are teething. The chews, made by New Jersey-based Nylabone Products, were distributed nationwide and in Canada.The Food and Drug Administration warned that humans who touched the Nylabone Puppy Starter Kitdog chews are at risk of infection if they did not thoroughly wash their hands and clean any surfaces that may have come in contact with the product.I just brought my 18 month pug home from the vet yesterday. She is just another victim of puppy chew bones by Nylabone. I have lost two (2) older dogs within the past 18 months. When my puppy started vomiting, not eating, drinking or peeing and not pooping for 8 days, I took her to the vet. Surgery was immediately needed. My vet had to open her intestines and remove one piece of Nylabone, then opened her stomach and removed five (5) more pieces. None of these pieces showed up on the x-rays. Because of my vet's fast action, I still have my dog. She is still very sick and can only eat bland food. My dog recently had surgery to his stomach and intestines to remove a large piece of Nylabone. The entire end of the bone passed through his stomach was lodged in his intestines. The vet gave us the piece and it looks like it was barely chewed and almost cut clean from the rest of the bone. My precious, adorable Beagle/Lab mix dog, Buddy, is now recovering from what could have been a devastating outcome. I have the piece of the broken bone, invoices, and pictures of the incision. I'd like to know what steps I can take to attempt to recover some if not all of my vet bills. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. C. MillerI just got back from vet to discover my dog has broken a tooth completely in half and now is going in for surgery to remove the tooth. This is a very young Boxer that I stupidly gave a Nylabone Big Chew Dog toy and Nylabone Dura chew Plus which the vet believes is just too hard! Very disappointed in Nylabone. My dog really loved chewing on this and when my dog suddenly stopped chewing it and began drooling and becoming quiet I quickly took her to vet. Beware of Nylabone. K. Wasserstrom