Product Type: Bakers dog food
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Bakers Maxi Chew
Member Name: kirst1710
Bakers Maxi Chew
Advantages: Keeps small dogs busy and larger ones wanting more!
Disadvantages: Can be sticky and messy
I have two Chihuahuas and a Staff (weird mix I know!). The Staff is not really too fussed about treats and chews as she can easily munch her way through most of them but my Chihuahuas are really fussy. The love the soft meaty treat which i use to train them but Chihuahuas often suffer with bad teeth because they get small bits stuck in between them.
These come in 2 sizes: 300g and 120g and cost between £1.50 and £2.50. They can be quite messy when bits crumble off and can be quite sticky when being chewed (not nice but bearable). I dont think they smell too bad, slightly meating with thats dog chew twist but apart from that i can fault them.
Im not sure if the 300g treats are for large or small dogs because my Staff is only 6 months olds and she gets through one in about 5-10 minutes (so not much teeth cleaning done there then!) but it takes the little ones a good half hour of continuous chewing to even get half way through one! This is good because i know their teeth are having a really good clean and they are enjoying themselves.
I would recommend these for small to mediun dogs because the larger bredds would have it down in a few bites. I would also recommend them as a treat and not to be given daily.
Summary: wouldnt suggest for larger dogs but good chew
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