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If you have a big dog - do not buy these, they are a choking hazard. They can choke on regular size tennis balls...otherwise, what a great deal if you have a small dog!
Are these made in the USA? If they are made in China they have plastic and other harmful crap in them that will hurt your dog. ONLY buy MADE IN USA food and treats for your pets!!
My 10 lb Shih Tzu as well as my 90 lb Chesadore love these...paid way more other sites..in for 3.
I work at a doggie daycare/boarding facility. Everybody brings these things in for their dogs - so we throw them in their cabins at bedtime or at lunch time or whenever....most dogs don't eat them and we end up chucking 4 of these little suckers back in their bags when they go home or just throwing them away.
And if they do eat them....they like to eat the little red meaty parts and leave the yucky white parts - not unlike kids who eat the marshmallows out of the Lucky Charms and leave the "healthy bits."
But I do know some people who swear their dogs love these things. However, beware the possible choking hazard - and not just for big dogs - these things (like all rawhides) soften up with slobber and can slide right down and get stuck in even small dogs mouths!
I'm predicting a 'sell-out!' I buy these religiously for my dachshund and this is by far the best price that I've seen!
will these keep the probation dog at bay?
Ah, didn't realize that. Thanks!
mmmata wrote:Yeah, that's what I was just thinking
you're getting 63 bones (3 packs) with woot for 1 order..
get 3 woot orders, and that's 189
.23c a bone on woot
.42c a bone on amazon
something like that..
My unassuming (looking) dog/piranha hybrid will tear one of these up and eat the whole thing in about 15 minutes. That said, is the red part staining? That stuff can be really gross when it gets on the carpet.
Product website with reviews:
Mini-bones 21 pack
Small bone 6 pack:
Actually a pretty good deal if you ask me. Cute too.
Where were these manufactured? There is one country that lost my business over poisoned baby food and such. My pup is like my baby, and I can't risk her health if I don't know where the treats were made. They say its dingo meat, but it could be ground babies. ^ ^
Ooooh. Now I can make my dog like Woot as much as I do!
I just bought some, better not be refurbs.
Isnt it weird that seeing this made me hungry.
my dog turns from a sweet little dog to a snarling rabies infected devil if you get close to him when he has one of these.
Pass. I give my dog real bones. It's cheaper and healthier.
Treytor wrote:Ah, didn't realize that. Thanks!
My puppies love them..keeps their teeth clean and white and helps keep their poops firm..lol..
I don't want to go into more detail than that..
pic of the teeth..kind of blurry but hey she's smilin!
WOOT, Has went to the dogs! lol
I hear that PWNYes (by PWNY, woot means to replace the word for female dogs) love these.
My pugs loved these but because pugs love any food they try to swallow them as soon as they can. So in addition to being a choking hazard, I'm not sure they are good for them to try and digest the remaing bit they wolf down. I see the rawhide sitting in their stomachs for a long time. But don't listen to me, talk to your vet.
smelonas wrote:Are these made in the USA? If they are made in China they have plastic and other harmful crap in them that will hurt your dog. ONLY buy MADE IN USA food and treats for your pets!!
According to the website, the rawhide treats ARE NOT a product of the USA. Buyer beware.
"Thank you for contacting Dingo. The only Dingo products made in the U.S. are all of the soft and chewy treats. Our rawhide treats are not made here."
And they warned me never to shop woot on an empty stomach...
Don't do it! I threw away a whole bag of the same product, different manufacturer. When the bones get to small the dogs try to swallow them whole and choke easily. Even the packaging says to only be used when you are observing and essentially to take it from your dog when it gets to the knots. Rididulous! My dog almost died 2 times before I realized these bones are horrible! (she did love them though)
ArrSea wrote:The t in woot! is upside down - you've arrived at: woof!
NewMaster wrote:Pass. I give my dog real bones. It's cheaper and healthier.
Same here, All five of my dogs are raw fed too.
molecularchristine wrote:Also, I think your dog would have to be really small to be able to safely eat the mini bones. The pug would probably choke on them, and he's a little thing.
I have a Westie that almost choked to death on a bone like these, please be careful. thanks
Well, that's the plan, right? She did write, "my mother's obnoxious little pug is obsessed with these and it'll keep him out of my stuff."
It all makes sense now!
I cannot tell from their site, but even so, of greater importance is the origin and integrity of the ingredients. Products manufactured in the US may include ingredients of undesirable provenance. Made in the USA means nothing.
Small is rated for dogs under 20 pounds lbs
Mini is rated for 'smaller' breed dogs, I'm guessing toy dogs.
msruru wrote:I have an English Mastiff too! she weighs 180 lbs...yours?
A lightweight at 110#. Had her checked out when I adopted her last year, but the vet said she's healthy.
My sister has a male ... he weighs 160#.
Good deal, too bad i just bought three packs at full price for my dog. >_<
This is the perfect time to advertise my photo!!!
You can see and vote for my dog here!
Made in China means it will probably have lead in it.
NOT NOT NOT for non-little dogs. If your dog is over 35 pounds, these little bones are DANGEROUS.
So....WOOF! not WOOT! Give this one a pass.
My Pomeranian and Long Haired Dachshund love these.
I swear I could put the whole bag out and they would still fight over each others.
In for one set I suppose.
Are these good for making soup?
reinyday wrote:Hands down worst woot ever.
Thank you. I'm not the only one thinking that.
These can be a choking hazard for any size dog. But, the main concern has to do with if they get too large of a "chunk" in their belly...it can swell (from normal stomach liquids) and cause death. Even if it is caught in time, the surgery is very expensive and hard on the dog. This is according to our vet and we have not, and never will, feed rawhides to our dogs. I know they love them, but it's just not worth the chance.
My chihuahua loves these. I just bought 4 packs of the minis(Pork Chomps brand) from Petsmart or I would be all over this deal.
Real beef bones with marrow are $4 at the farmer's market. Keep my Brittany happy for a good month, and too big for her to chew up. Biggest danger is she drops them on ceramic tile floor and cracks the tile. (Hasn't happened yet but boy is it loud when she drops it.) Pass on the rawhide no matter where it's from.
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