Dentleys Nature's Chew Bully Horn Dog Bone
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- Cleans Teeth
- Chips Away
Comments about Dentleys Nature's Chew Bully Horn Dog Bone:
I've always fed my dogs cow hoof chews but my Rottweiler has outgrown them so I decided to try these instead for the sake of safety. Larges weren't available at the time so I bought two Medium-sized horns, which were of a great size- probably almost a pound each and definitely larger than his mouth. He liked them so much when they first arrived that he snatched them from the box on his own and chews them regularly ever since. I bought these over 3 months ago now and they are still going strong with hardly an inch off the ends. My 11 year old dog has never once had a dental but I swear by these bully horns and cow hooves as to why his teeth are still looking so good. My younger pup's teeth look even better since he was provided with these right away instead of after tartar starts to build.
One somewhat worrying thing that bothers me with the bully horns is that when your dog chews it, often times it kind of chips or flakes away instead of just becoming soft, however I've inspected the pieces regularly and they are usually very small (no more than 1/4 inch) and seem relatively harmless since I never find them later in poo.
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