Yellow rubber corn cob dog toy with green rope
Yellow rubber corn cob dog toy with green rope
Rhodesian ridgeback sitting with Yellow rubber corn cob dog toy with green rope
Dog sitting with Yellow rubber corn cob dog toy with green rope
Labradoodle biting with Yellow rubber corn cob dog toy with green rope

Corn Cob Dog Chew Toy

Regular price$14.00
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Did someone say corndog? This bite-resistant, molar grinding stick is equal parts chew toy and teeth-cleaner. Fit for dogs of any breed or size. Features include holes for toothpaste and treats, serrated molar protrusions, and a vertical cleaning slot. 

Made of bite-resistant TPR and tear-resistant cotton rope

Dimensions: 4.4” width, 2.2” diameter, 7.1 oz

Perfect for small, medium and large dogs of any breed.

Mercantile items ship seperately from popcorn packs.

Heirloom kernels five generations in the making. They just taste better.

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Gift for close friend

Took a peek at bones, looks fantastic, I’m sure my friends dogs will be in dog heaven . Thanks for great service.

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Rachel Helfferich
I wanna chew this

Well made with a great texture !

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Doggo Approved

My dog went wild over this corn dog toy even though it’s almost the same size as she is. She loves dragging it around the house.

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Erin Taylor
Dog (& human) approved!

Our two dogs love their corn cob toys! For two very different reasons:

The younger dog, that will chew on/threw anything you give him, loves that he can chomp down hard on the cob and it still remains his favorite chew toy. I love not having to throw it away like the other dog toys he has conquered.

The older dog likes that she can get liquids out of the toy and I like how easy it is to put her toothpaste into it. Huge plus that it cleans her teeth for me and that she really enjoys it.

I find it fun yelling, “get your corn” and how excited they are about them.

Highly recommended, from this dog pleasing human!

If it’s not warm and freshly popped, we call it leftovers.