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Bedtime Bones?

Has anyone ever heard of these? I got a coupaw email (deals for dog stuff) and this was on it. It claims to have some chamomile in them which helps a dog settle and sleep for the night. I am tempted to try this as it would help with Koda being a little more anxious and "pacey" at night time but wanted to see if any of you have heard anything about them.

Here is the link to the one they are offering:

Bedtime Bones - One Month Supply | Bedtime4Dogs

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Well, the ideology behind it is sound - chamomile does tend to mellow humans out, and they say it "affects your dog the same way". The only thing I have to add is those treats look smallish! I know my boy would swallow that whole and want more.

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I think they are intended for "small dogs" so as long as you are giving to a puppy, you should be ok. I know Rosie would probably inhale in one bite as well.

Seems like an interesting concept though.
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I wonder if you could just soak some kibble in chamomile tea and get the same effect?

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