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Old 08-22-2008, 08:58 PM   #1
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Well, Moko is in his teething stage and I was wondering what toys you have found best for your puppies to chew, and not come apart in 10 minutes. I have a Kong, which I just adore, and have heard good things about Nylabones.
He does have rawhide, which is a favortie of his, and rawhide chewing is always supervised.

What are good teething toys?

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I like the big marrow bones you can get in the meat section of the supermarket. If you put them in the freezer it will help a lot wth teething pain.
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When she was teething, Chessie liked to chew on her nylabone, especially when she had gotten it to the point where it was a little ragged or bumpy on the ends. She also liked her kong that was frozen and filled with peanut butter. (and my fingers too :-)
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This might be slightly off topic , Buit I find rubbing sugar free baby bongela (teething gel) on there toys or there gums great for teething xxx
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This might be slightly off topic , Buit I find rubbing sugar free baby bongela (teething gel) on there toys or there gums great for teething xxx
I think you can buy special dog teething gel too but don't quote me on that.

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Myka loves the Nylabones, different sizes and shapes to keep him interested. He also gets frozen marrow bones and ropes. He tries to chew on Maddie, but she'll have none of that!

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I think you can buy special dog teething gel too but don't quote me on that.
Thanks hun , I must keep an eye out for it
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/M-C-TEETHING-G...d=p3286.c0.m14


but think i might try the bongela

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Yes I agree Nylbones are very good and ice cubes are good as well.
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We wet a cloth and put it in the freezer for Kaiser's teeth. Be glad when he has stopped teething, he looks so uncomfortable

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