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Old 08-24-2011, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default Teething toys/ideas?

Ravi's starting to loose some of his teeth I'm sure, or they're at least getting sore. One of them is slightly red at the base. I was wondering about toys or ideas to help relieve the discomfort he might be going through. He has a rope toy right now that looks like he enjoys chewing on a lot and occasionally I let him mouth some ice. I was thinking of dipping the toy into water and letting it freeze a bit in the freezer to give him something cool to chew on.

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Frozen carrots, A messy treat but works well soak his rope toy in diluted chicken broth and then freeze it... I know there are also molds to shape ice into toy shapes for dogs too I've seen them at walmart.

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Raw bones. Get bones sized to the dog, something he can actually "eat". Keep in the refrigerator when he's not chewing. After a couple of days, replace with a new one.

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I've had two puppies now, and I got my first dog a Puppy Teething Pacifier, he loved it. Now my newest puppy I got him a nylabone Pacifier, but they actually call it "Puppy Rubber Teethers" and he loves it. He's 10months now and he still sleeps with his teether at night. Just wanted to share some advice.
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Couple ideas...

Go to the craft store, get some felt, cut it into strips 1/2 to 1 inch wide, and braid. Soak in water and freeze it. If it melts indoors, all you have is a wet spot, no stains. I like felt better than rope as my dog always shredded rope toys really easily.

My dog loved the puppy Kong. It's a pink version of the regular Kong but softer for teething pups.

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I just like for dog eat a bone fake

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