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Do you let your dog chew on wood toys?

Discussion in 'Products & Equipment' started by shannon mclair, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. I have been buying the gorilla chews for my Diesel. He chews them up pretty fast - usually in a month.
    But I read something that got me a little curious. https://www.woofster.net/reviews/review-gorilla-chew-natural-wood/ Since these don't turn into splinters (it's more of a soft organic material), I thought it was OK. But is it actually ok that my dog ingests wood? Is wood natural enough that I shouldn't have any concerns? I have no problem switching to bones or antlers if wood is bad. So thought I'd ask.
  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    I would stick with antlers.
    AGK likes this.
  3. Mister

    Mister Little Dog

    Wouldn’t give mine wood anything. Known of a good few that swallowed small bits that caused blockages resulting in very expensive emergency operations.
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