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Made from sturdy, vibrantly colored rope, OMEM's Pet Dog Rope Toy is impeccably designed for active chewers. Unique pattern of this toy and an adorable animal shape is sure to delight you and will make for a wonderful toy for your pet. This toy is carefully designed from high quality rope and has a tight, sturdy coiled design. Rugged texture of this toy offers a perfect, safe grip and also offers an interesting surface to chew on. The sturdy rope used in this toy also promotes your pet’s dental health and hygiene in a safe, noon-toxic manner.
Name:Pet Dog Chew Toy/Pet Dog Animal Rope Toy
Suitable for:Puppy, Small dog
Note:Pets should be supervised when chewing treats.
Chewing is very important for your dogs oral and mental health. It keeps his teeth clean, his body exercised and his mind occupied. Having your dog chew on a toy is also important to prevent behavior problems and chewing on inappropriate objects. A dog that has chewed for 30 minutes is busy, contented and then more apt to take a nap than steal your wallet! However, everything your dog puts in his or her mouth has a potential for harm. He or she could break a tooth, choke, become allergic, get some sort of infection, have trouble with digestion, and probably more things we haven't even thought of. Despite these risks, we believe that allowing your dog to chew on a variety of objects is a natural behavior that is important to allow your dog to engage in. In fact, not giving your dog a variety of chews will probably result in your dog finding it's own chews (i.e. your furniture, your shoes, sticks, rocks).
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