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or you can use it on this x small (up to 15lbs) bone for $0.79 after coupon - now $0.29 after coupon
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78% of reviews are 4 or 5-stars. Many if not most people will have used them and never experienced an issue. Some vets may even recommend them under proper supervision. But then there's the reason I avoid these types of nylabone products: they can cause GI obstruction or break and cause lacerations to the dog's mouth. Both of these can happen even if you are watching the dog. To me the potential suffering by my dog and myself is not worth any amount much less a few bucks in savings. Instead I give my dog things like frozen carrots, pig ears, cow hooves, bully expensive sticks, rib bones (not cow femur- weight bearing bones are more dense than dog teeth, can cause them to crack), stuff a kong toy with dog food, etc. There are a millioin other options with less risk that I personally prefer and recommend.

Multiple other reviews mention the same, not just the ones I've quoted and linked below:

"I am sitting at the veterinarian writing this review. ... My dog has an obstruction caused by pieces of nylabone, hair etc that has tangled up in her gut. ..." - Review [amazon.com]
"BEWARE! These nylabones can cause intestinal obstructions! ...we just spent $1400 on treatment! Do NOT get these for aggressive chewers!..." - Review [amazon.com]
"it costed us 1100 dollars and my dog needed surgery to survive as he had chewed it to be 1 inch then swallowed it. He started throwing up to try and get it out of him as it was sharp and going down his intestines..." - Review [amazon.com]
"I turn around and the bone is destroyed and blood everywhere in 30 seconds..." - Review [amazon.com]
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excellent offer heart
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Thank you!
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Shame there are no deals for benebone. My dogs wont go anywhere near a nylabone. They know the difference between chicken and chicken flavor.
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Getting an error message when added to cart.
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$0.79 plus a $0.50 coupon. But it won't add to cart and now I can't un-clip the $0.50 coupon haha

I borked it.
edit: probably a price error since it's showing such a cheap price AND a coupon

now this sent me on a tangent of hunting down a toy my dog can safely ingest... cuz she WILL ingest any toy I give her if I don't take it away after like 10 minutes of chewing
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I got this a month or so ago. Dog licked it for a minute, then it's was untouched ever since.

I think it ended up in trash.
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78% of reviews are 4 or 5-stars. Many if not most people will have used them and never experienced an issue. Some vets may even recommend them under proper supervision. But then there's the reason I avoid these types of nylabone products: they can cause GI obstruction or break and cause lacerations to the dog's mouth. Both of these can happen even if you are watching the dog. To me the potential suffering by my dog and myself is not worth any amount much less a few bucks in savings. Instead I give my dog things like frozen carrots, pig ears, cow hooves, bully expensive sticks, rib bones (not cow femur- weight bearing bones are more dense than dog teeth, can cause them to crack), stuff a kong toy with dog food, etc. There are a millioin other options with less risk that I personally prefer and recommend.

Multiple other reviews mention the same, not just the ones I've quoted and linked below:
  • "I am sitting at the veterinarian writing this review. ... My dog has an obstruction caused by pieces of nylabone, hair etc that has tangled up in her gut. ..." - Review [amazon.com]
  • "BEWARE! These nylabones can cause intestinal obstructions! ...we just spent $1400 on treatment! Do NOT get these for aggressive chewers!..." - Review [amazon.com]
  • "it costed us 1100 dollars and my dog needed surgery to survive as he had chewed it to be 1 inch then swallowed it. He started throwing up to try and get it out of him as it was sharp and going down his intestines..." - Review [amazon.com]
  • "I turn around and the bone is destroyed and blood everywhere in 30 seconds..." - Review [amazon.com]
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White one wouldnt add to cart. Got the others!
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Seems like you all say these are not safe, too bad I was going to get some. Maybe I will just get them for the mother in law instead
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Seems like you all say these are not safe, too bad I was going to get some. Maybe I will just get them for the mother in law instead
If your dog eats them it's bad. If they only chew it's ok.

If you notice the dog bite off a little bit you need to take it away and trash it. Or they'll probably eat the whole thing.

So obviously supervision is required
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Dead.
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Good for crafts. Use 4 to make a photo frame. A pair of screw eyes and paint the dog name and you have a dog tag. Take it to a bench grainger and hollow out an end for a wet foot can scoop. Or like the previous poster, give it to the mother-in-law, except this isn't the XXL version. This onewwould be too small to choke on.
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78% of reviews are 4 or 5-stars. Many if not most people will have used them and never experienced an issue. Some vets may even recommend them under proper supervision. But then there's the reason I avoid these types of nylabone products: they can cause GI obstruction or break and cause lacerations to the dog's mouth. Both of these can happen even if you are watching the dog. To me the potential suffering by my dog and myself is not worth any amount much less a few bucks in savings. Instead I give my dog things like frozen carrots, pig ears, cow hooves, bully expensive sticks, deer antlers, rib bones (not cow femur- weight bearing bones are more dense than dog teeth, can cause them to crack), stuff a kong toy with dog food, etc. There are a millioin other options with less risk that I personally prefer and recommend.

Multiple other reviews mention the same, not just the ones I've quoted and linked below:
  • "I am sitting at the veterinarian writing this review. ... My dog has an obstruction caused by pieces of nylabone, hair etc that has tangled up in her gut. ..." - Review [amazon.com]
  • "BEWARE! These nylabones can cause intestinal obstructions! ...we just spent $1400 on treatment! Do NOT get these for aggressive chewers!..." - Review [amazon.com]
  • "it costed us 1100 dollars and my dog needed surgery to survive as he had chewed it to be 1 inch then swallowed it. He started throwing up to try and get it out of him as it was sharp and going down his intestines..." - Review [amazon.com]
  • "I turn around and the bone is destroyed and blood everywhere in 30 seconds..." - Review [amazon.com]
You might want to be careful giving deer antlers too. My dog needed 4 teeth pulled from damage caused by deer antlers. My friend also had the same thing happen to her dog
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