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Post by Gee on Fri Jul 20 2012, 11:06

Bought one of these for Troy. He loves it, goes crazy for it. But Troy being Troy, there is always an issue LOL.

I constantly tries to grab it and bite it which is causing the skin to rub away at the tip of his jaw. I'm afraid this will overtime scar or get infection etc. Anyone else have this problem?

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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 20 2012, 11:08

We only let Suki near hers outside while we are supervising and then only for a limited time.

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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 20 2012, 11:09

I wouldn't worry too much. Dempsey does this & makes the tip of his lower jaw sore from time to time, but it clears up. But then he never gets the boomer in the garden/house & I only take it to the park with him once or twice a week.

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Post by Gee on Fri Jul 20 2012, 11:13

Yeah, I only take it out on fields too. He doesn't have it unsupervised. I'll try limit the days he uses it then so his jaw doesnt get too sore.

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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 20 2012, 12:13

yes same thing here red rubbing patch normally gone within a couple of days
i sand any ruff bit down every couple of weeks the minimis rubbing works a bit Big Grin thumbs up

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