Dog Item Chew List

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Dog Chews & Feeding

MAKE SURE TO CHECK BONES, CHEWS AND TOYS DAILY!!! BROKEN PIECES DISCARD

Choose an appropriate size chew toy for your dog, and remember if you have different sizes of dogs in your home to check for proper size on all dogs. Be mindful of dogs that like to guard their possessions, you always want to make sure everyone is safe and never leave dogs alone with edible bones for safety!!!

 What is proper size?

Turn the bones or toy sideways in front of the dogs nose if you see it showing on both sides get one size up for safety.

(Edible Bones)                        

Chew Hooves

Knucklebones

 

Deer & Elk Antlers

 

Bison & Bull Horns

 

Bully sticks

 

Salmon Skin (rolled works great)

 

Himalayan Chews (can be put in microwave when small to resize again)

 

Baked Sweet Potatoes (all shapes)

 

Pork Pizzles

 

Pig Ears (high in fat), Cow Ears (low in fat) & lamb Ears (low fat)

Pig Ears (High Fat content)

Cow Ears (low fat)

Lamb Ears (low fat)

 

Primal Raw Bones (Keep Frozen)

(When giving in the yard watch out for sunshine baking the bones if that happens there are considered cooked and need to be discarded!!!)

RAW Frozen Marrowbones (Whole Foods freezer or ask for the Grocery store Freezer)

 

NEVER FEED COOKED, SMOKED & GRILLED BONES!!!

Be sure to wash your hands after handling raw meat!!!

When the dog is done chewing on the bone discard the bone.

Watch for sunshine cooking the bone if giving in the yard.

Cooked, Smoked or grilled bones become very brittle and can hurt your dog!!! Always feed Bones in Raw condition.

 

 

NO RAWHIDE!!! (Indigestible for dogs)

There are now a lot of different NO HIDE chews to consider for longer chew times. Check with your local pet store for chews MADE IN USA

 

(Rubber chews)                                     

Benebones & Nylabones (lots of different sizes and options for chewing always choose larger sizes and not restricting the mouth choose open bones)

Benebone          Nylabone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kong (visit my website under M’s Manuals How to stuff a Kong or Kong.com for recipes)

 

 

 

 

 

 

with Kong rubber toys there are a lot of size options when in doubt always choose larger size, there are also different Kong’s for different chew requirements.

 

See the info on the next page.

TOYS

Chuck it Balls & Ball Lunchers (my favorite is glow in the dark)

 

 

Toy companies I like: West Paw & Kong

Local Stores I like: Agri Feed Pet supply, Natural Pet Supply, and The Pet Supermarket

 

BUY MADE IN USA FOR ALL ITEMS IF POSSIBLE

Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any injuries or any other medical, health problems your animal occurs while chewing. The Parent is the sole responsible person for the safety of the animal in all areas. This list is from my personal experience so no claims or warranties are made.

 

 

 

Copyright by Manuela Connatser The Canine Clubhaus ask permission to share.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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