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    Thread: Teething Treats

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      Teething Treats

      Since there's no forum history to search, I'll start a new thread!

      Thor is going through teething right now, so I have to keep his mouth occupied at all times or it goes for our skin/pants/shoes/etc. He loves ice cubes, soft toys, and his kongs. What are your favorite soothing treats, toys, and diversion techniques to give a teething lab pup?

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      Frozen kongs are Chester's favourite along with rawhides. He is almost done teething. He has two more canines to fall out which means those tiny fish hook teeth won't be around to catch on our clothing

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      I wish I would have known about antlers when Kain was teething. I'd try a split one to see if he likes it.

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      Molly is partial to the frozen Kongs as well. She also likes the split antlers, Himalayan chews and Nylabones.

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      Wetting a towel and freezing it works well too.

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      Frozen dish towels worked very well for Maxx also. He liked antlers and bully sticks as well.

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      Antlers, rawhide chips, ice cubes, Chilly Bone (Bacons favorite!)

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      +1 for frozen tea towels! I found them better than any toy I bought to help with the chewing

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      Quote Originally Posted by BaconsMom View Post
      Antlers, rawhide chips, ice cubes, Chilly Bone (Bacons favorite!)

      Interesting - I saw the Chilly Bone the other day at PetCo and almost grabbed it, but thought it might not be tough enough for Thor. Glad to hear Bacon likes it - maybe I'll try it!
      Mighty Thor, "So Much Dog", born 1/6/2014

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      bully sticks, antlers, and frozen towels
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