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How to 'chews' your chews!

 

Faced with a huge range of chews and finding it hard to choose what is best for your dog? Follow our simple steps to help guide you in the right direction.

What is your dog’s chewing style?

Now you've identified your dog's chew strength it's time to look for the correct chew size.

 

Size matters! – the bigger the better

Here at Nylabone we know one size does not fit all, so from big to small we have have created a full range of bones to suit your dog.

This guide will help you work out the best sized Nylabone for your dog, but we do recommend ‘sizing up’ if your dog will accept a bigger bone. For the simple reason that ‘the bigger the better’- the more bone there is the more chewing time for your dog!

If you have more than one dog in your household please ensure the bones are suitable for the largest breed that you have, to avoid any danger of choking on small bones. 

Flavours and Textures 

Nylabone have the biggest variety of non-edible flavoured chew toys in the world, from vanilla ice cream to chicken wings to yak cheese we have a flavour that your dog will love!

Our chew toys are flavoured throughout, meaning the flavour goes on for as long as the chew does, they are not sprayed, dipped or coated in any way so there is no chance of that tasty flavour being licked off!

Nylabone like to keep your dog interested in chewing, that’s why we have created 100’s of different chew toys for you to choose from. Whether it be a traditional bone or a dinosaur shaped chew.

You can be assured, whatever chew toy you choose from Nylabone, they are all good for your dog’s dental health as the nice smooth nylon surface 'roughs up' as it is chewed, and tiny bristles raise on the bone, acting like a mini toothbrush, which will help keep your dogs' teeth clean and prevents tartar build up.

The more nubs and ridges on your dogs Nylabone the more challenging the chewing session! Not only do the nubs and ridges give more dental benefits they will also give your dog added mental stimulation as he will really have to think hard to chomp that chew!