The TireBiter Paw Tracks has been tested by an independent lab to be a safe non-toxic toy. TireBiter is the perfect dental chew device for your dog's teeth. The combination of soft natural rubber and nylon fibers removes plaque and tartar build up. Great pets of all ages to enjoy! These can also be used as a training tool.
Dogs love the TireBiter
Roll, Toss, Floss
2 Ply Flossing Nylon
Made with Natural Rubber - Extremely Durable
Cleans Teeth and Gums
Non Toxic / Tested Safe
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4.50 rating based on 4 reviews
Great toy for a big dog by pocoloco15 from Washington state05/30/2012
My dog is a serious chewer! She can destroy almost any toy in a matter of an hour... The Tirebiter rope toy keeps her entertained for far longer! Naturally, she can have the rope off with an hour or so of concentrated effort, but the tire part will hold up for far longer! Just be sure to take the toy away when it becomes damaged to prevent the dog from ingesting pieces!!
This is money well-spent!
Indestructible by sloppy 1 from Decatur,IL01/11/2012
I have 3 american pitts the baby is over 90 lbs and growing. He is just like his dad as a puppy he ate everything including my weight bench. So I got one of tires with rope and they all love it. Its also been very durable. Im plaining on getting 2 more so each of them have their own. Normally toys dont last more then a week with them and its been 2 months now.
just what I wanted by lea from Denver, COlorado12/06/2012
My dog loves it and shares with friends who come for play dates.
Not good for strong chewers, stains furniture by Bh12/18/2012
I have a one year old vizsla who can chew up toys fairly easily. This tire seemed like it would be strong enough to last but it was torn up within 15 minutes. That wasn't as big of a problem as the fact that it left black marks on the sofa and had a very pungent rubbery smell. I would say if you have a dog that is a strong chewer, go with something else.