Nylabone Puppy Chew brings you the products your puppy needs to get their life moving in the right direction. Nylabone has provided top quality products for adult dogs - expect no less for puppies. Shop now and save!
Nylabone Puppy Stix Flexible Chew is made from soft, flexible material that is specially designed for teething puppies who have not formed their adult teeth. It is a non-edible, flexible product and comes in colorful shapes that is easy for young dogs to pick up, chew and enjoy the flavorful taste — helping to clean teeth, and control tartar and plaque build-up. It also encourages puppies to develop non-destructive chewing habits that will last a lifetime.
These rings quickly became my puppies favorite chew toy during teething. So far they've held up to 1 month of teething and are still in pretty good shape! We've managed teething with very little house/furniture damage, in part thanks to these.
by Great Product04/07/2010
I bought this when my puppies were teething. It is very durable. I have 2 german shepherd puppies. I've had other teethers and they tore them apart in a few days. This set has lasted through hours and months of abuse. Even with adult teeth it's still going strong and is they're favorite toy.
My Dog LOVES It by Leila's Mom from Louisiana03/06/2013
I bought this as an impulse buy when my Shih Tzu was a pup because she showed some interest in it as we passed by but really didn't think it would be anything she would like long. She is two years old now and I just ordered several because we can't find them in the store anymore and this is her favorite toy!? My adult dachshund and her fight over it all the time out of all the chew toys we have available. The first one lasted the two of them over a year of pretty vigorous chewing.
Average by lashnits from vineyard haven, ma01/22/2013
Plastic rings - can't see how they would satisfy a teething dog.
by from 11/21/2011
This toy is presented as a puppy teething toy but it is made of solid hollow plastic! How is a puppy supposed to chew on it when it is so hard any amount of pressure might crack the thing. Useless as a teether!
Great for teething pups! by Sixstar Danes from Southern Calif11/19/2011
I bought keys for our Great Dane puppy & my daughter's litter of 3 Belgian Malinois puppies as 2 years ago our puppy then (she's grown up now) LOVED her keys.
The firm ring gives anothertexture and the colors attract teething puppies to cut their teeth on something appropriate.
Will definately keep getting these when we & close friends have pups,
Outstanding Value by Pugs Rule from Columbia Station, Ohio11/26/2012
We have always used the keys with our pugs. They keep them occupied and teething without damaging other items they should keep away from. Stocked up with the sale price offered.
great value by Gunners mom12/12/2011
great value vs what you are charged in the store!.... my dogs love them...
We are Boston Terriers; 12 year old brothers. Better known as the "Beantown Buddies". The Keys are our favorite chew toys. They also have a favorite meaning. When dad says "get your keys for the truck" it means we are going for a trip in the pickup. We find the Keys and off to the back door we go. We give Dell, our cousin from Colorado, a set of Keys for Christmas. Keep up the good work.
Hornaday" by "The Keys" from We are Marvin & LeviMarvin
Great for anxious pups! by amn81 from CT01/01/2012
My springer spaniel loves these keys ever since he was a young pup. Now at 6 years old, he still loves his keys. Keeps him distracted and busy during stressful holiday times.
Perfect for puppies! by jenmcclendon from Tulsa, OK12/18/2012
Our dog loved these throughout her 'puppy-hood' and now it's a favorite gift for other new puppies.
puppy love by Cheryl07/13/2008
Just brought home the pup and when she started looking for things to chew, I gave her the puppy bone. She loves it! It seems to draw her to it, but the older dogs are not interested in it. Hope it continues to keep the busy little thing properly occupied.
This bone was purchased as a gift. However, my dog got ahold of one by mistake. She chewed it up and swallowed it. About $1,000 in vet bills later, her stomach is now free of the chewed chunks. Thank goodness the vet was able to extract them by endoscopy. If you have multiple dogs or strong chewers, this toy may not be a good choice.
Puppy not interested by Wendy from Sydney01/01/2013
Some puppies may like it. I leave it in her crate but she doesn't take any notice of it. I have to keep it away from my bigger dogs who would chew it up.