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Chewroots - Natural Wood Dog Chew Toy

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Chewroots are the best thing since antlers took the pet market by storm, for keeping chewy, destructive dogs occupied for ages. Chunks of tree root which don't splinter or disintegrate.

A dog enjoying a chewrootWe think Chewroots are the best thing since sliced bread! Well, maybe they're the best thing since antlers took the pet market by storm, for keeping chewy, destructive dogs occupied for ages...and ages!

Chewroots are chunks of natural wood, harvested by hand from tree roots that our dogs love to chew. Only the tuber of the root is harvested which then sprouts again to ensure tree growth is not affected. And to preserve the Chewroot's eco-sustainable pedigree, only a limited number of them are harvested each year.

For dogs that just love to chew, especially objects they shouldn't like furniture, slippers, sticks and welly boots, there are many benefits of giving them a Chewroot:

  Natural toothbrush - great for scraping off excess food and tartar.

  Will not splinter.

  Extremely durable and long lasting.

  100% untreated.

  Suitable for ALL dogs large or small - INCLUDING puppies!

What size should I buy?

As a guide, we give our 8 kilo Terriers a small size Chewroot. A medium would probably suit a Spaniel. A large may be better for German Shepherds or Staffie type breeds.

Weights will vary as a Chewroot is a natural product, but on average the weights for each size are as follows:

  • Extra small - 130g
  • Small - 280g
  • Medium - 400g
  • Large - 600g

Do Chewroots splinter?

No! Chewroots will not splinter. They are large, gnarled and knobbly chunks of wood for your dog to get their jaw round - unlike antlers! Small, tiny pieces will literally crumble off a Chewroot as your dog chews on it, but no shards or splinters.

Where do Chewroots come from?

Dogs love chewing a ChewrootChewroots are harvested from the European Heath tree which is part of the heather and gorse family. Wood from the Heath tree is extremely hard and heat resistant, and is more commonly used for making smoking pipes, jewellery and knife handles.




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