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Amazon has 3-Pack Nylabone Power Chew Dog Toys (Small/Regular, 2 Original Flavor + 1 Chocolate Flavor) for $2.30 when you checkout with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. Thanks Rokket

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    Amazon [amazon.com] has the 3-Pack Nylabone Power Chew Dog Toy (Small/Medium, Chocolate) for $2.30 when you checkout with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.
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    My dog doesn't need to "develop a fondness" for anything. He'll eat whatever, given the opportunity. And, couldn't one argue that the first real chocolate he'd find would "develop his fondness" the same way? Dogs are opportunistic. Your theory just doesn't make sense. He's not going to eat through the refrigerator door after chewing on a Nylabone...
    I paid $1600 to remove Nerf Darts from my derpy dog. I've pulled napkins out of her butt. When I scoop the yard, there are occasional prizes in the piles. Giving her a chocolate flavored bone is the least of my worries.

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    THANK YOU OP, Appreciate the Heads Up........In For 2
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    I thought chocolate was somewhat toxic for cats and dogs. If this is true as I'm pretty sure I recall then why would you want to help establish a fondness for the flavor?
    Please excuse me if I am off base if I am I just don't get it but why would they even manufacture it if was unsafe, they'd use a diff flavor.
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    I thought chocolate was somewhat toxic for cats and dogs. If this is true as I'm pretty sure I recall then why would you want to help establish a fondness for the flavor?
    Please excuse me if I am off base if I am I just don't get it but why would they even manufacture it if was unsafe, they'd use a diff flavor.
    I agree. Why would someone introduce chocolate flavor if we know it is harmful to dogs? But it also got me thinking why would I buy bacon flavor since I would never give them real bacon. Bacon is too fatty that can upset their stomachs. I love bacon but it seems I would be passing my bad habits to my dogs. Better to stick with chicken and beef flavors.
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    agree w/ 2 prior posters: Chocolate is toxic to dogs, and I had thought they stopped making chocolate scented toys so as not to incent the dog to be attracted to the real thing.
    Huge thumbs down to this! (And shame on Nylabone for manufacturing it!)
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    I agree. Why would someone introduce something harmful to them. But it also got me thinking why would I buy bacon flavor since I would never give them real bacon. Better to stick with chicken and beef flavors.
    I'm sure it is artificial...
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    Nylabone

    I thought this said Naloxone, I was like, wtf kind of person needs that for their pet.
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    I thought chocolate was somewhat toxic for cats and dogs. If this is true as I'm pretty sure I recall then why would you want to help establish a fondness for the flavor?
    Please excuse me if I am off base if I am I just don't get it but why would they even manufacture it if was unsafe, they'd use a diff flavor.
    In the description: "Nylabone power chew in this value pack is packed with flavor: two in original flavor and one in delicious chocolate flavor that is completely safe for dogs!"
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    Dead 😢
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    In the description: "Nylabone power chew in this value pack is packed with flavor: two in original flavor and one in delicious chocolate flavor that is completely safe for dogs!"
    Yeah, but if they have this bone and learn to love the flavor of chocolate they might be more inclined to eat some real chocolate that they sniff out somewhere. You don't want them to associate the smell of chocolate with being an okay thing you encourage them to chew on.

    I don't even have a dog at the moment, but I was so shocked I had to look in this thread to see if they just meant the color. I'm very surprised this made it through all the planning stages without someone at Nylabone realizing it might not be the best idea.
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    I thought chocolate was somewhat toxic for cats and dogs. If this is true as I'm pretty sure I recall then why would you want to help establish a fondness for the flavor?
    Please excuse me if I am off base if I am I just don't get it but why would they even manufacture it if was unsafe, they'd use a diff flavor.
    My dog doesn't need to "develop a fondness" for anything. He'll eat whatever, given the opportunity. And, couldn't one argue that the first real chocolate he'd find would "develop his fondness" the same way? Dogs are opportunistic. Your theory just doesn't make sense. He's not going to eat through the refrigerator door after chewing on a Nylabone...
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    When I saw the picture, I thought it was something else and they tried to capture all of the colors.
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    Very bad for dogs
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    Quote from homerbrme
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    I thought chocolate was somewhat toxic for cats and dogs. If this is true as I'm pretty sure I recall then why would you want to help establish a fondness for the flavor?
    Please excuse me if I am off base if I am I just don't get it but why would they even manufacture it if was unsafe, they'd use a diff flavor.
    I concur with your sentiments tenfold! This is counterproductive with regards to abstaining from giving then foods which are harmful. It is silly beyond comprehension in my opinion. Nonsensical honestly.
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