Nylabones have entertained countless canines over the years, but with owners starting to look more at chew safety, many wonder how safe they really are.
Below, we’ll dive in deep on Nylabones and help you determine if they’re the best chew for your dog.
When Should I Replace My Dog’s Nylabone?
You should replace your dog’s non-edible Nylabone chew when the knuckle ends wear down or if it becomes too small to chew safely (if it is so small that your pup could swallow it, throw it out).
What Are Nylabones Made Of?
As mentioned earlier, Nyalabone makes both inedible and edible varieties of dog toys. Ingredients obviously aren’t the same for each because of the intended purpose.
Here’s what each is made of:
1. Nylabone inedible chew toys: These ones are usually made from either nylon, plastic, or rubber. All are dangerous if ingested, meaning inedible chew toys are only meant for chewing and not consumption.
When shopping for one, make sure you pick the correct size for your pup.
2. Nylabone healthy edibles: Because they are meant for consumption, ingredients differ from one variety to the other, just like with most of dog treats. Expect to see proteins, carbs, fruits, minerals, flavorings, you name it.
Always ensure you’ve read the ingredients carefully before adding the treat to your cart.
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