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Pet Product Review - Nylabone Puppy Fish

If you have read up my previous review on Nylabone Puppy Chew, it was rated a high score of 9/10 by us. We review everything carefully towards our own opinion not only as a customer but also not forgetting to put ourselves in the shoes of the shop/product manufacturer. Using this "Customer : Shop/Manufacturer" formula we believe the reviews will turn out to be truthful and unbiased.

Well i have to say that Nylabone totally disappointed us this time, i bought Puppy Fish this time thinking that Amber would look forward to playing her new toy, the delivery lady, who was also the owner of the online shop sent the items to my doorstep. While i was washing the toy, i decided to give it a slight twist, and the tail broked. There were small pieces of Puppy Fish after it broke and they looked like transparent sand. The lady exchanged a new Puppy Fish for me on the spot after i complained that it was badly produced, she then told me that it might be due to keeping in the warehouse for too long, she gave me a new piece, and i washed it right in front of her, and asked if i could give it a slight bend/twist, it broke again. It didn't at all seemed like the bone version of Nylabone Puppy Chew, she then refunded me the money.
You could imagine how dangerous it is if Amber were to play alone and break the toy, leaving bits of scraps which could be potentially dangerous if swallowed. Also, the package wrote that inside the fish there is some sort of delicious smell that would attract puppies to chew them even further,  if this is the product you are planning to make, one would ensure no matter what happens the dog should not be be able to break open the inside so easily. I checked up reviews online after and found out many people had the same problem as me, they did not test the product but after letting their dogs play, the fish's tail would break within a short period of time. Worst product ever costing at a whopping S$13.50, this is a pretty looking product with badly used materials, stay out.

Price:                    
*
Durability:            
*
Interactivity:        
nil
Design:          
***** 


 Rating: 3.5/10


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