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By Pet Supplies Uk SELLER on 19 March 2014
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I would think they could be a possible choke hazard, as they are quite small for a mouth that size for a puppy!
By Linda of London on 10 May 2016
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Hi, I don't know, but don't buy these ones as there lethal, my dog shocked on them it got stuck in her throat as they are extremely thin and she's ten years old. I had to throw them away. I use these treats every day but you need to buy the thicker size I hadn't realised they come in different sizes. Do not buy them. … see more Hi, I don't know, but don't buy these ones as there lethal, my dog shocked on them it got stuck in her throat as they are extremely thin and she's ten years old. I had to throw them away. I use these treats every day but you need to buy the thicker size I hadn't realised they come in different sizes. Do not buy them. Hope this helps
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By mr k l brady on 24 August 2016
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Hi, yes rawhide is very high in protein - typically over 80%
By Paradise Pets SELLER on 17 February 2016
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Although my dogs love them, I won't be giving them any more rawhide type products from anywhere. These are loved by my dogs but as none of us know the history of the materials, it's probably best not to risk it.
By Stephanie on 11 February 2017
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I haven't a clue but they are really thin and mean. Don't bother, Zooplus do much better ones.
By Shockleader on 26 August 2016
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