“We know that 80 percent of dogs suffer from periodontal disease by the age of 3,” says Mike Connelly, Vice President of Marketing for Nylabone® Products based in Neptune City, N.J. “This comprehensive new line of dental products for both cats and dogs helps pet parents establish a daily routine for proper pet dental care, which may extend the life of their pets.”
Tfh/Nylabone Cat Dental Care - Sears
Pet – Animal health and the brands Adams and Zodiac; aquatics and reptile and the brands Oceanic, Aqueon and Zilla; bird and small animal and the brands Kaytee, Super Pet, and CritterTrail; dog and cat and the brands T.F.H./Nylabone, Four Paws, Pinnacle and Avoderm; and equine and the brands Farnam, Bronco and Super Mask. It also provides a host of other applications-specific pet brands and supplies. Central Garden & Pet is based in Walnut Creek, Calif., and has approximately 5,000 employees, primarily in North America and Europe.
NYLABONE Cat Carriers / Kennels and Crates for Cats - GregRobert
Keeping in mind, that cat teeth are a lot 'finer' , and therefore, more easily broken, if you can get one of the softer rubber versions of the nylabone line, like I think they make for young puppies, it should be OK!
Nylabone Cat Play Crinkle & Rattle Floppy Fred - Free Shipping
The new cat products are bright, colorful and full of whimsy and, like Nylabone’s product line for dogs; the new heart-shaped salmon and chicken flavored cat dental treats are made in the USA and specifically-developed to help promote good dental health.Nylabone cat dental bait bone.....a package of two orange clear plastic fish. (one with a pocket to hide a treat, the other a fish skeleton to chew on. My cat chewed and ingested 3 large parts of the toy. After a series of vet procedures, he is ok, but I fear other cats would not be so lucky. They are choking hazards and can get stuck in their digestive system. They do not show up in x-rays due to the clearness of the product.I was just looking up Nylabone to write them a letter stating what happened to my little 4 1/2 month Chihuahua, Diesel this weekend. He got so sick Saturday morning throwing up and throwing up. We took him to his vet who took an X-ray and blood work ($450.00) only to show gas in the stomach, so we went home. As the day went on Diesel was in tremendous pain, we could not even touch his stomach. Later that day we went to an emergency hospital in Red Bank, NJ. There they took another x-ray, and some more bloodwork. The x-ray showed more gas, and blood work showed he was dehydrated. (another $450.00). They wanted to do exploratory surgery at the price of $4,000-$5,000). We requested an ultrasound which may tell more and that could not be done until the am. We had him hydrated, and was sent home with some pain medication, now 1:30 am Sunday morning. Diesel getting worse, we called another emergency hospital closer to home in Lakewood, NJ. The doctor said it may be Pancreatitis due to the extreme pain he was in, so we took yet another x-ray and blood work. The pancreas was ok, so we went for the surgery. The vet found Nylabone in his stomach, and had to also make 3 holes in his intestines to remove the Nylabone. He has been up and down since this procedure; we are hoping he will fully recover. I am so upset; I thought I was doing a good thing. 1. No Bones About It
Bones are very dangerous for animals. Every year thousands of animals end up in the emergency room from eating bones, usually given by their owners as treats. The fact is that dogs are omnivores, not carnivores. Most dogs and cats can’t tolerate bones, since they can splinter or lodge in the intestinal tract with disastrous results, usually requiring surgery. Bones can also get stuck in your pet’s mouth or throat, which is just as dangerous. Bones of all kinds are bad, including pork, chicken, and beef. So the next time you feel the urge to give your dog a bone, just make sure it’s a Milk-Bone™ or a Nylabone™. Your pet will love you for it.