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www.cleanrun.com has really cool safe chews like lamb trachea( blech). I also like the XL Whimzee toothbrush.

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Our vet recommended a chew from Virbac it says it is an Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chew. They charged $27 for 30 but I found them at Amazon for $12. Our dog, Molly, is 10 weeks old and they keep her busy and not chewing on the furniture so much! :-)
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I've recently found that my golden Hunter who is 10.5 weeks old, loves beef leg marrow bones. My butcher is lovely enough to cut it up into 4 medium sized pieces so I freeze the rest and give him one which has lasted a few days. Its also great for settling him down when he is having a spaz moment, he just lays down and gives it a good chew, I think it helps his sore gums alot.
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Bully Stick source?

Does anyone have a reliable, economical online source for bully sticks? The small ones are up to $3.99 at our local pet stores!
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Does anyone have a reliable, economical online source for bully sticks? The small ones are up to $3.99 at our local pet stores!
Check Chewy.com or Amazon
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The cheaper they are the stinkier they will be as the odor free ones are processed to get the body fluids out before being processed into the final product you buy. Also, the cheap ones are also usually the ones that are made in Brazil, Argentine or Paraguay, not in the USA. For some those 2 things matter more then the couple dollars they save.

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