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Puppy Teething Rings Chicken Flavor 6-Count(Pack of 1) / 7.2 oz 7.2 Ounce (Pack of 1)

(13 customer reviews)

Made In The USA
Helps Relieve Teething Pain And Soreness
Edible And Digestible
Added Calcium For Healthy Teeth And Bones
Fortified With Dhas Omega 3 Fatty Acids

$17.80

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Growing new teeth is tough work! Sore gums and a strong urge to chew while cutting new teeth can turn your precious puppy into a whirlwind of destruction. N-Bone Puppy Teething Rings are easy for floppy puppy paws to hold onto and provide a soothing and appropriate outlet for chewing. Formulated with DHA and calcium to support your puppy’s unique nutritional needs, our delicious chicken flavored rings are pliable and won’t damage immature teeth.

Specification: Puppy Teething Rings Chicken Flavor 6-Count(Pack of 1) / 7.2 oz 7.2 Ounce (Pack of 1)

Dimensions 9.75 × 3.25 × 6.757 in

13 reviews for Puppy Teething Rings Chicken Flavor 6-Count(Pack of 1) / 7.2 oz 7.2 Ounce (Pack of 1)

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  1. Amazon Customer

    I foster dogs and 2 of the dogs that I fed to, one a chihuahua, another a bigger pitmix dog, got a little diarrhea from consuming these chews. They both ate the same raw diet and when I fed them, half a ring for the chi, and a full ring for the bigger dog, it showed when they went to the bathroom the next day. In a Canadian broadcast news program, CBC Marketplace “Toxic dog treats” they investigated that some dog treats have varying levels of glycerin that make dogs sick to the point of death (forbal esters). Some dogs react more strongly than others, some barely have any affects. None of the pet food companies care if your dog may get sick from the treats nor they may do good quality control. Why do they put a limit on how many rings a dog can have? It’s fishy, a dog should be able to consume most of the bag and not get sick. These treats are cheap, but would not recommend. If you want a chew for your dog, you can get bully sticks in small cuts and big cuts depending on what dog you have. Bully sticks are made from the parts of a bull, not a list of ingredients. Just provide some water too because it’s very drying to a dog’s mouth like kibble. For puppies, you can get soft toys to get them thru the baby to adult teething phase. Please don’t get this chew.Read more

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    My 3 1/2 month old husky loved these. But they’re not safe. She could’ve easily choked had I not watched her so well. She bit off a piece of the ring and it lodged in the roof of her mouth and was making its way to her throat. I noticed her pawing at her mouth and had to work to get it out. And when she would get to the end of them (before she almost choked, I no longer give her these of course) they’d be nothing a ball left, small enough and just the right size for a dog to choke on. They also give her diahrea, probably because of richness. They absolutely keep your pup entertained but it’s not worth the danger and the price is ridiculousRead more

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  3. Dathan

    My puppy had acute kidney failure after consuming this treat and we had to pay over $5,000 to save his life. This teething ring was a really bad investment and I wish I had googled “dog treat kidney failure” before I bought it. I would have learnt that the market is flooded with poison products fraudulently labelled as healthy and beneficial and I would have stayed away. We nearly lost our pet (which was heart wrenching) and it will take us years to recover financially from the vet debt. Buying this puppy teething ring is one of the biggest mistakes of my life. Thumbs down!Read more

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  4. Robin

    My 3 1/2 month old German shepherd puppy is the love of my life but is going through a not so fun teething stage and is chewing everything including me! I’ve tried literally every single chew toy and treat that I can find and most only last or keep his attention for a few minutes. As soon as I gave him one of these he ran over to his blanket, layed down and chewed for almost an hour! They are his favorite and definitely mine too!Read more

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  5. Chris C.

    I have a Schnau-Tzu (half mini Schnauzer and half Shih Tzu) puppy who has been teething for a little while now. I have tried all sorts of “toys” for teething and teething treats (that sort of look like sticks). None of the toys have helped his need to chew things. I did discover he loved to chew on plastic lids to containers accidentally. The treats for teething that look like little sticks won’t work because he has trouble trying to “hold them” in his little paws. I’ve caught him just holding them in his mouth and running around the house with them, like he had a cigar in his mouth. He struggled so much with those stick type teething treats that I even resorted to holding them for him. That did work, but let’s face it that’s not practical, and I’m not going to keep holding them for him until teething is over with. I’ve tried all kinds of brands, types and searched EVERYWHERE for something that would work for him. Finally, I ran across the N-Bone Puppy Teething Ring Treats. They aren’t too tough or stiff for him and he LOVES them! I can tell when his gums must be bothering him because he starts to look for something to chew on or starts to chew my fingers or hands. When he does that I give him one of these now. He is SO EXCITED! I’ve never seen him so excited about a treat. He takes it straight to his bed and lays there working on it until there’s only a little bit left. He will go back to that little piece later on. These have been an absolute life saver! I don’t have to hold the teething treats anymore and my hands don’t look like they’re being chewed on by a puppy. I will definitely be purchasing these again. Thank you to NPIC (makers of N-Bone) for this great idea! *I only give my puppy one of these per day. I’m unsure about giving him more than one a day because he really loves them and I worry something may upset his tummy. So far we’ve had NO ISSUES with digestive problems with these treats!*Read more

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  6. Mabe227

    My puppy is teething. She liked these at first, they seem to sooth her gums when she chews on them. However, they also seem to give her diarrhea. She was also very reluctant the last couple times I offered them to her, so I think they upset her stomach. Sadly we won’t be buying these for her anymore.Read more

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  7. K. Davis

    My puppies love these, and they are similar if not identical to ones I buy at a big pet supply retailer. Problem is that the pricing is erratic. Sometimes you get a great deal on the 6 pack, at other times it is a bad deal but buying two of the three-packs is far cheaper and a good deal. And then at other times the price for any of the quantities is ridiculous. This is one of the reasons I am no longer an automatic subscribe & save customer. Amazon’s pricing is inconsistent on many items. My 5-month goldendoodles love these and I know they are safe. Unfortunately, each ring is consumed in under 10 minutes, and when the cost is over a dollar per ring it becomes uneconomical.Read more

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  8. Mallory

    My 9 week old 1 pound toy poodle puppy absolutely adores theses things. Obviously, she has never destroyed the whole thing like most pups but she still enjoys carrying it around and gnawing on it. She’s been teething bad lately so I’ve been putting them in the freezer my god does she love that on her teething gums!Read more

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  9. jan

    Scent is okay, compared to some others, my 13 week old puppy likes them. However I won’t be buying them again as I think they are too expensive for only 6 in a pack.Read more

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  10. tracey pierce

    I bought this product to distract my teething puppy. The description was accurate, however, unfortunately my 4 month old puppy finished it within 15 mins, like a snack. It’s too expensive for a short lived snack.Read more

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  11. JHNcle

    It tended to upset her tummyRead more

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  12. Chloe

    Puppy loves these look just like the picture advertised.Read more

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  13. Bhumika

    I don’t recommend this product for puppies at all! My puppy choked on this 2 times! I was watching her chew the ring and it broke into 2 small pieces And in a split second I saw her choke on one of those pieces.. i was so scared and tried to help her. Thankfully she spit it out.. I don’t know why they say puppy rings but I would never give this to my puppy. By the time my puppy is 3 months old lab.Read more

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