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Kong Puppy Teething Stick Medium
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Kong Puppy Teething Stick - Medium
Product Code: 50585
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DescriptionThe Kong Puppy Teething Stick has been specially designed for a puppy’s mouth to help clean the teeth with the in-built Denta-Ridges while soothing sore gums. It is manufactured from soft, pliable, ultra-durable, non-toxic natural rubber that prevents damage to the puppy’s teeth. The eight vertically grooved slots and a hollow core can be used to hold treats, or can be filled with paste. This treat-dispensing feature helps in intellectual development and also helps to reduce unwanted behaviour resulting from boredom or separation anxiety.
For large breed puppies, 7-16kg
Colour: Blue or Pink. Unfortunately we cannot offer a choice of colour with this item.
Approximate dimensions: 10 x 5 x 16.5cm high
Please note this toy is not indestructible. All dogs should be supervised when playing. Replace toy once worn.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
GOOD PRODUCT posted on 08/05/2016 by Primula
THIS KONG PRODUCT IS VERY GOOD . UNFORTUNATELY AT THIS MOMENT IN TIME MY PUP IS NOT TOO IMPRESSED BY IT - HOPEFULLY AS TIME GOES BY HE WILL SHOW INTEREST.
One of our puppys favoutites posted on 22/01/2015 by Sarah
Our 8 week old Labrador loves this To help with his crate training we pushed some training treats into the grooves and that kept him amused for ages Out of the crate he will chew at it for ages without any treats inserted
Puppy loves it posted on 07/04/2014 by Beverley
Great toy My puppy loves it
helps a lot posted on 11/03/2010 by barbara-shutler56
My staffie pup of 5 months loves this toy and hasn't yet destroyed it.
posted on 04/01/2010 by jo150
posted on 21/02/2017 by New puppy owner
Baffling design - if you put peanut butter or some other stuffing in the grooves of the toy, it goes all over the floor as the dog rolls it, and then gets coated in fluff and dust. Our puppy was interested in chewing it for a while but lost interest when I left off the incredibly messy stuffing.