Pages tagged with Chew

Chewing well has its benefit. Most times you swallow food chunks without chewing, and by doing so, you lose a lot.
A poem with double entendre, using a list of words with like endings, to make a point about watching what you eat and say. Always chew your food well, and chew on what you want to say before you say it and have to live with the results!
Eating bones may cause problems in dogs of all sizes such as; constipation, esophageal choke, intestinal obstruction, bacterial infection, and broken teeth.
There are two approaches to canine dental hygiene—the artificial way and the natural way. With the artificial approach, you brush your companion's teeth twice a day, every day, for at least 3 minutes at a time. Most dogs do not enjoy this approach to dental hygiene. With the natural...
This pages provides the pros and cons of chewing gum, and some advice on choosing gum.
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