Nylabone Dura Chew Reviews
Product Type: Nylabone dog accessories
Description:Brand: Nylabone / Type: Dog Toys / The Dura Chew is a true classic from Nylabone and is covered in extremely tough and ... more
Newest Review: ... thought that it would help with his cravings to chew. There doesn't seem to be much of a scent to these bones, which is great ... more
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by - written on 17/07/12, updated on 18/07/12 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Tora had been rehomed at least 3 times when she came to us. She was cut up pretty badly, and her front canines broken, which coupled with behaviour when taken out at night led us to believe she had spent part of her life badger baiting. She was friendly, but terrified, and I've also felt chewing is good means of stress relief for dogs. Additionally, she would need something to help keep her teeth clean, and being a staffy, chew toys would have to be very sturdy. You would think that she would be easy to please, having gone through some tough times, but she was surprisingly fussy, both with toys and with food. She loves nothing better than a stick or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Eddie the dog is a very stereotypical dog, he likes bones. You will always see this boy with a bone in his mouth, chewing away, he carries them with him everywhere he goes and its the only thing that will make him sit and cuddle with us in the evenings if he has a bone in his mouth. He's a working cocker spaniel so he has tons of energy in him and one of the things he really likes to do is chew. When he was a puppy this usually meant on our wooden table legs so we needed to find something else for him to chew on and bones became his favourite thing. He usually has a rawhide bone to chew on but I limit them as I don't want him eating too much of them each day so we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
The Nylabone Dura is a dog chew made of very tough plastic (from the name I assume its a type of NyLon) that's intended to be tough, tempting and good for the dog's teeth and jaws. Unfortunately, the two I bought for my dogs when I first brought them home have gone more or less unchewed for most of the last year. They don't seem to be too tempted by the nice clean, hygienic plastic bone and prefer more disgusting smellier options sadly. The nylabones are nothing special to look at, a traditional bone shape in a creamy colour and available in a range of sizes to suit the size of your particular dog's jaws. They come with minimal packaging and are easy to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/13 (Useful, 15 readings)
Our Alaskan Malamute Kunu used to have seperation anxiety and would chew (and destroy!) almost everything in our house. We didn't expect the Nylabone Dura to solve this problem, but we thought that it would help with his cravings to chew. There doesn't seem to be much of a scent to these bones, which is great for the household, but I don't think it did anything to help entice Kunu to take an interest in it. The shape is your typical bone shape and comes in small, medium, and large. We bought the large (Kunu's around 42kg) at £5.99 a couple years back and I don't think the price has changed that much since. Kunu seemed to sniff it, lick it, pick it up and move ... Read the complete review
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