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EastCoastDamsel Mon 06-Aug-18 21:30:28

My 19wo GSP pup is not interested I any of the view toys we have bought him.

I have tried:

Nylabones (various types)
Antlers
Stuffed Kong
Pigs Ears

He just isn't interested in the Nylabones or antlers. Kongs are fine but only lasts for a few minutes. Pigs ears stink and give him the runs.

I really need to find something that will keep his attention and interest him.

Thanks

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ThisMorningWentBadly Mon 06-Aug-18 22:01:53

Frozen marrow bones
Pig rind
Goat ears
and chew roots

Are popular with Badlypup but she has a cast iron stomach.

adaline Mon 06-Aug-18 22:07:59

Have you tried frozen kongs?

DogInATent Mon 06-Aug-18 23:35:17

Does he ignore/reject the antler, or has he tried it and left it? Wetting an antler seems to get the flavour going - just give it a rinse and don't dry it before giving it to him.

EastCoastDamsel Tue 07-Aug-18 08:17:50

He's just not interested in the antler. I will try setting it.

Not tried frozen kings. Will give those a go.

What are chew roots?

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ThisMorningWentBadly Tue 07-Aug-18 08:39:37

A hunk of wood that they can chew.

Badlypup is currently chopping on a yakers chew. Having already demolished two cardboard boxes.

(Yes she is very spoilt in the chew department)

geekone Tue 07-Aug-18 10:26:21

You should try the yak milk chews they are fantastic.

katmunchkin Tue 07-Aug-18 10:30:41

My 15 week old GSP loves dried sausages and milk bones if you can get your hands on those? Although there's not much she doesn't like tbh!

AvocadosBeforeMortgages Tue 07-Aug-18 10:55:01

I tend towards things that are clearly identifiable bits of an animal - dried tripe, paddywhack, ears, trachea, pizzle sticks, fish skin, lambs tails etc etc

EastCoastDamsel Tue 07-Aug-18 11:23:49

Wetting the antler has worked!

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WhatsYourFuckingProblem Tue 07-Aug-18 11:53:11

Yakers! My dogs love them but they are so flipping expensive. Fetch.com and Active Hound are cheapest I’ve seen.
XL ones are £15 in my local garden centre shock

DogInATent Tue 07-Aug-18 12:01:37

Wetting the antler has worked!

Oh ye of little faith!

adaline Tue 07-Aug-18 14:38:53

You can buy Yakers on Amazon - two for £12 or so @WhatsYourFuckingProblem

WhatsYourFuckingProblem Tue 07-Aug-18 15:22:36

Oh really? Never thought of looking on Amazon, thanks Adaline

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