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  2. Freeze Dried
  3. No Animal Protein
  4. Chews (Dental)
  5. Chews (Rawhide-free)
  6. Chews (Rawhide)
  7. Chews (Non-edible)
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1. General2. Freeze Dried3. No animal protein4. Chews (Dental)5. Chews (Rawhide-free)6. Chews (Rawhide)7. Chews (Non-edible)
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Thanks for all the effort OP
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Giving you reps just for how much time it probably took to post this!
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Thanks op! Grabbed a bunch of goodies for my baby Smilie
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Thanks for the list. Picked up a couple items
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Thanks OP for posting a consolidated deal, instead of spamming with each separate item
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Picked up several different ones. Thanks OP for the breakdown!
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Thanks! Super valuable post! Max kudos for all effort!
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Thanks for the break down! I was able to skim through a grab a few items.
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most are made in CHINA.. beware
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most are made in CHINA.. beware
You should be! Big thanks to OP for this list, but nothing really for XL aggressive chewers. Do be aware that there is a BIG problem with dog treats which have anything, biological, in them, in any way.

I get recall alerts from dogfoodadvisor. Most of the recalls are treats with salmonella and/or listeria, both which will kill your dog. Often times, the only way the recall happens is "after" pets have died. Personally, I have decided to stay completely away from any treats with anything biological in them and stick with nylabones or equivalents.

You don't have to believe me, just plugin your email for alerts here https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/do...ll-alerts/ They do not sell your info and you will not receive any spam. See for yourself. One comes in weekly these days. It's like a russian roullette. It seems they just cannot be trusted to package biological dog treats without the deadly bacteria..

I'm NOT TDing OP in any way. Everyone is free to do what they want but many may not know just how bad this problem is right now..
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Woof, woof woof. Grrrrrrrr, woof woof woofs?

Pant, woof, pant, woof.

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BIG problem with dog treats which have anything, biological, in them, in any way. I get recall alerts from dogfoodadvisor. Most of the recalls are treats with salmonella and/or listeria, both which will kill your dog... stay away from treats with anything biological in them and stick with nylabones or equivalents. You don't have to believe me, just plugin your email for alerts here https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/do...ll-alerts/ See for yourself. ... It seems they just cannot be trusted to package biological dog treats without the deadly bacteria.
Since the synthetic nylabones are not dog food, there will never be an alert about them from dogfoodadvisor. ...[I posted the same info in the nylabone thread so I deleted it here].
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Wow!! Great job. Getting puppy in 2 weeks and can use them all
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Since the synthetic nylabones are not dog food, there will never be an alert about them from dogfoodadvisor. I estimate between 1-5% risk of serious injury to a dog due to Nylabone use based on the number of credible reports of injury among the 3000+ Amazon reviews on the product. I have posted some of that information below. I am not saying you should or should not use Nylabone (none of my business); but I am showing data that demonstrates clearly (to me) that they are not without risk that should be considered. You may want to ask your vet about other options, like cow nails.

3 important points about Nylabones:

1. Contains ground shellfish (abalone) for abrasiveness to clean teeth (important for people/dogs with shellfish allergies)
2. Labeled "Made in the USA" yet "Country of Origin: Afghanistan."
3. A large number of reviews state nylabone chipped teeth or caused GI injury, like this:
I think you are correct and I have considered this danger. The rule is always use a bigger bone than what is recommended. EVERYTHING carries danger, but the current trend of bio hazards which lead to death are high in anything but synthetic, right now.
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