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Dog Chews & Treats for Aggressive Chewers

 

text: CHEW STYLE: Aggressive

Watch out, Superman! Aggressive chewers, a.k.a power chewers, have jaws of steel and can easily crush treats that are not meant to withstand their powerful chew style. They can shred toys and devour your favorite slippers within minutes.

Super chewers need toys and treats that are long-lasting, can withstand intense chomping, and satisfy their instinct to chew aggressively. They’re often food motivated, wolfing down treats with no care at all. If your pup is a power chewer, be sure to supervise them closely during meal times as they’re likely to swallow large pieces that pose a choking hazard. We recommend products that are not extremely hard since aggressive chewers have an increased risk of damaging their teeth.

Don't forget! It's important to make sure you’re giving your dog the appropriate length chew. As a general rule, chews should be bigger than your dog’s snout, and hard chews should be slightly wider than their mouth. Supervise your dog when feeding, especially the first time you give them something new. Be sure to remove any large swallowable pieces to prevent digestive blockages.

 

text: CHEW STYLE: Aggressive

Watch out, Superman! Aggressive chewers, a.k.a power chewers, have jaws of steel and can easily crush treats that are not meant to withstand their powerful chew style. They can shred toys and devour your favorite slippers within minutes.

Super chewers need toys and treats that are long-lasting, can withstand intense chomping, and satisfy their instinct to chew aggressively. They’re often food motivated, wolfing down treats with no care at all. If your pup is a power chewer, be sure to supervise them closely during meal times as they’re likely to swallow large pieces that pose a choking hazard. We recommend products that are not extremely hard since aggressive chewers have an increased risk of damaging their teeth.

Don't forget! It's important to make sure you’re giving your dog the appropriate length chew. As a general rule, chews should be bigger than your dog’s snout, and hard chews should be slightly wider than their mouth. Supervise your dog when feeding, especially the first time you give them something new. Be sure to remove any large swallowable pieces to prevent digestive blockages.