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N-Bone Puppy Teething Treats are delicious chicken flavored sticks specifically designed to satisfy the chewing needs of teething pups.
We Nourish PetsNPIC is deeply committed to creating irresistibly delicious pet chews and treats with a prime focus on natural ingredients and functionality.
Sergeant's Puppy Teething Bones will keep your puppy busy!  Puppy Teething Bones satisfy your puppy's chew craving while also rubbing and gently scraping your puppy's teeth clean.  This treat is high in protein for your growing puppy and has a great tasting chicken flavor your puppy will love!
Each tasty treat is flexible, so they do not break or damage puppies delicate gums and developing teeth. The teething period begins once the adult teeth start to come in, which causes pain and soreness in the teeth and gums.

And because a puppy has special needs, these dental chews are textured to help soothe sore and aching gums during teething. Designed for teething puppies - Not recommended for adult dogs or puppies with any permanent teeth. The chewing process helps alleviate the pain, but the endless chewing of a teething puppy can cause inappropriate destruction of property. Chewing helps alleviate the pain and soreness but hard chew treats can damage or break immature teeth. Any damage or breakage to immature teeth can expose the nerve so the proper chew treat is critical to the development of teeth and gums.

Their new Grain-Free Chews are formulated with chickpeas and potato for a more natural diet, making these low-fat dental chews perfect for daily treating.
Specially formulated to be soft and pliable, our delicious treats will soothe your puppy’s sore gums and promote good dental health. N-Bone® Puppy Teething Treats are the safe and natural way to help your puppy through the teething stage.

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