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Bought these for our Frenchie pup and he loves them. I’m pretty sure he has finished teething now but still loves them anyway and I prefer them to other treats as they are so natural and the ring shape seems safer for him as he seems to guzzle a stick chew more. Just wish we could buy in the UK!
I don’t recommend this product for puppies at all! My puppy choked on this 2 times! I was watching her chew the ring and it broke into 2 small pieces And in a split second I saw her choke on one of those pieces.. i was so scared and tried to help her. Thankfully she spit it out.. I don’t know why they say puppy rings but I would never give this to my puppy. By the time my puppy is 3 months old lab.
These are expensive but I bought them for very occasional use. We have a new 4-month-old puppy who shrieks like she's being eaten alive when left alone. However I had recycling piling up and had to make a run to the bottle depot. With one of these treats, I was able to leave her alone in the car for 15 mins (in the shade) while I dashed in and deposited the recycling. I'll be buying these again, for sure. By the way, I though "natural polymer" was an oxymoron but it turns out they are things like silk, wool, cellulose and proteins.
The puppy loved it. But he chewed through it in no time at all. Even though it says it's digestible, the serving size for a miniature schnauzer pup is less than a quarter of the thing, and he had that much chewed off of the ring right away. Maybe we got a bad pack. But I don't recommend.
These were so highly reviewed online that I thought I found a winner for my puppy however that was not the case. My mini Aussie Shepard does not like these even though he loves pig ears and rawhide bones. Unfortunately they come in a three pack. So I have extras to spare. Wish I could return.
Been relying on these teething rings with any puppy that comes into the family. They don't smell bad, smell like cinnamon. They can be a little messy and leave crumbs around the house, as well as a little moustache on your pup. Both of my doggies have really loved these teething rings and will pick one of these up instead of chewing on furniture, shoes or even destroying other toys. One ring will last a couple hours with a tough chewer. Keep in mind these are for puppies and an adult dog could eat one in a matter of minutes. Recommended serving is on the back of the package.