Chew Toys for Puppies

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Tips on chew toys for puppies, in this expert video featuring a professional dog trainer.

Part of the Video Series: How to Train Puppies
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Video Transcript

Hi! This is Elise McMahon for Expert and in this video series we are talking about puppy care. If you would like to find out more about my services, you can visit my website at So in this video clip we are going to be talking about chew toys. We have just finished talking a little bit about a play toys for your puppies, play toys that you can play with your puppies and now we are going to talk about chew toys. Puppies need to chew. They are actually born with no teeth and then their puppy teeth erupt, they have their puppy teeth for a little while, they are very sharp needle like teeth and then the puppy teeth start to fall out and in come the adult teeth. This is a very difficult time for the puppies. It is quite painful and they need to chew, they need to get that action going, so I am going to give you an example of two types of chew toys that you can use. This is one that is actually it is a dried trachea; it is a trachea of a cow, it is a natural product that the dog can eat, trachea is actually very healthy for dogs and this will give long lasting chewing enjoyment for the dog. Another thing you can use is a greeny or a greeny like toy. This is actually not so much a toy because the puppy can actually eat this. One thing you want to be very careful about; these are both fairly large objects and you want to make sure that you give a large chew toy to a puppy. Even if it is a small puppy, if this were a Pomeranian puppy, I would still give them this size chew toy. Same thing for this; you want to have the object much larger than the size of the mouth; we do not want the puppy swallowing things. So when you are choosing chew toys for your puppies, do not go if you have got a small breed puppy and buy the teeniest little chew toy; buy a nice big chew toy, one that will last them longer and too you do not risk them getting it caught in their mouth or them swallowing it.


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