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Chew Toys at Greenpicks

Harmless Chew Toys for Dogs

When dogs tug and chew on their toys, it is obvious that particles are absorbed through the mouth and end up in the stomach. In order that the digestive tract of the four-legged friend is not burdened with toxic substances, dog chew toys should consist of harmless materials.

Environmentally friendly and health-friendly Standards for Dog Chews

Based on ecological standards for baby toys, the seals IVN, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) or Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex® offer orientation for eco dog chews. They ensure that toys for dogs contain neither polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) nor other harmful substances. Materials for eco dog chews come from certified organic farming and species-appropriate husbandry. The International Association of Natural Textiles e.V. awards the IVN certificate for textiles that are 100% natural fibres from certified organic cultivation or from farm animal welfare and housing. Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex® tests for carcinogenic chemicals. For GOTS certified raw materials, from cultivation through further processing to delivery, environmentally friendly and health-friendly standards apply.

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Non-toxic chews for four-legged friends

The welfare of animals benefits from the fact that some manufacturers of organic dog accessories comply with their fair and social commitment and donate part of the proceeds to charitable animal organisations. Dog owners support eco dog chews in a sustainable way: non-toxic chew toys for their four-legged friend, environmental protection and respect for all animals.

Classic chew toys has the positive side effect of supporting tooth cleaning. Fanciful chews toys like strawberry, avocado, raspberry, carrot are not only vegan, but also free of animal ingredients. Deceptively similar bones and joint of meat as crochet toy prepare the meat eaters greatest pleasure. Even baby toys and stuffed animals are pollutant-tested items that the dog can chew on.

Upcycling tip for dog chews

DIY-Tip: It is healthy, resource-efficient and cheap to produce dog toys from existing materials. Sorted out textiles such as clothes, towels and bed linen are well suited to make dog toys. Spellt, millet (preferably in organic quality) and small cut remnants of fabric offer themselves as a filling.

The four-legged friends are as well entertained with the ecological alternatives of dog chew toys at Greenpicks as with conventional dog chews. The plus lies in the non-toxic and pollutant-tested materials for squeaky, chew bones, stuffed animals and chewing snacks, on which Bello, Fifi and Trixie can nibble without hesitation.

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