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Non-Toxic Dog Bone Toy

Amazon.com Price: $9.69 (as of 04/06/2023 12:33 PST- Details)

Dog Toys for Aggressive Chewers, Indestructible Durable Dog Chew Toys, Non-Toxic Food Grade Nylon Dog Bone Toy Reduces Boredom, Tested by Labrador, Golden Retriever, More Small Medium and Large Breed.



Safe and Non-Toxic: Made of bite-resistant and non-toxic food grade polymer nylon.

It would not be brittle into pieces or broke into halves when chewed on.

As with all nylon toys, the dogs will be able to chip off small pieces and make dents to this chew toy and may swallow tiny chipped-off pieces, they should pass safely.

Interactive Bent Bone and REAL Beef: The chew bone toy has irresistible REAL Beef aromas.

We infused 100% REAL Beef for flavor.

Through our proprietary molding process, your dog will definitely love the Bent Bone shape.

Perfect Toy Gift for Dog Teething: Chewing help your dog teeth cleaning, keep jaws strong and gums massage, effectively promote oral health by gnaw or bite.

And helps reduce discomfort during teething period.

Durable Power Chew Toy: It is long lasting bone for aggressive chewers.

This toy has been tested and approved by German Shepherds, Mastiffs, Pitbulls, Siberian huskies, Labrador, Golden Retrievers and many other power chewers.

Suitable for young and mature dogs.

LifeTime Replacement Warranty: The chew toy is designed in USA and manufactured in our ISO certified partner’s facility in China.

We Offer LifeTime Replacement Guarantee.

If there is any question with the Toy, we will be happy to send a replacement or a refund.

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