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A happy dog is an activated dog, and this activation can be easily combined with the comfort of a dog basket and relaxation. Chewing bones are a fantastic way to keep your dog occupied and benefit their dental health by reducing tartar and plaque, while also strengthening their teeth due to the need to use their strong set of teeth. Our delectable chewing bones and snacks are crafted from pure natural products, completely free from additives, artificial flavors, and colors. With a wide array of chewing bones available from brands like Essential Foods, Whesco, Chewis, Dogman, and more, you'll effortlessly find a chew bone that your dog is sure to adore. However, it's crucial to keep a watchful eye on your dog when they are enjoying their chew bone, especially if they are alone at home. Prioritizing their safety during activation ensures that they have a happy and enjoyable experience.
Just like us humans, dogs also need mental and physical stimulation to avoid boredom and prevent the formation of bad habits. Despite being domesticated, dogs still possess a strong set of teeth that require maintenance. Their natural instincts to hunt and chew are inherent in all dogs, even though they have evolved from wolves over the years. After training or a walk, where the dog engages its senses and the day is winding down, offering a chew bone for evening activity can be an excellent idea. This keeps the dog entertained at home and prevents boredom before bedtime, ensuring a peaceful night's sleep.
No matter your choice, whether it's a chewing bone made from 100% pure antler, sticks crafted from pure catfish skin, chews made from pure camel skin, or slices of boiled and dried sweet potato, you can trust that you are getting only pure and natural products. Our offerings contain no preservatives, additives, artificial colors, or flavors and are rich in protein. The catfish skin, in particular, is ideal for dogs with allergies.
Maintaining the dog's strong teeth is crucial to prevent the development of periodontal disease, which, in severe cases, may lead to the removal of one or more teeth. Chewing bones play a vital role in reducing tooth decay, gingivitis, and plaque. Unlike soft treats, chewing bones provide the necessary hardness for the dog to rub and use its teeth against, effectively cleaning them. For an even more enticing experience, consider putting the antler chewing bone in cold water for 10 minutes before giving it to your dog. This releases scents from deer that will appeal to your dog's sharp nose. However, it's essential to remember that chewing bones are not a substitute for regular dental check-ups and potential teeth cleaning as the dog ages. Consulting with a veterinarian for proper dental care is still essential.
The size of the chewing bone should match the size of your dog. It's crucial to choose the right size to ensure it fits comfortably in your dog's mouth and is not too small, as this could lead to the dog accidentally swallowing the bone. When giving your dog a chew bone, it's essential to take it away after some time. The intention is not for the dog to consume the entire bone at once. Always monitor your dog while it chews, and be mindful if you notice any bleeding from the gums, as it may indicate a mild form of gingivitis. It's best to remove the bone if you see any signs of discomfort. Additionally, when your dog is alone, it's important to take away the chewing bone to prevent any potential choking hazards or accidental swallowing. Ensuring safe and appropriate use of the chew bone is essential for your dog's well-being.