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Hello,

My Lilly had a dental yesterday where the vet had to remove her two big upper molars. He said those are the ones used for tearing food, so she probably can't safely eat her beloved moo tubes anymore. Does anyone know of any good chews that are softer and easier to bite through? I still plan to give our other hound his moo tube, but I want to be able to give Lilly something too so she doesn't feel left out. I was looking on the Best Bully Sticks website, but there isn't much info on how easy to chew things are. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks!

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You'd be surprised what they can still tear through. Ryder as well is missing his big molars......does a fantastic job still on turkey neck, marrow bones, and other chews. Lots of dogs here have many teeth missing and still do great work on regular chews. I'd vote to stick with trachea for a while (moo tubes I'm assuming), they are much softer than most other chews. Bully sticks should be fine as well, but perhaps wait a bit for those gums to heal....

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Thanks, XTRAWLD. It's good to know she might still be able to enjoy the trachea once her gums heal up. She and her brother get so excited for them!

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Are you a Costco member? Their salmon treats=doggie crack!

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