Do you know what you're putting in your dog's mouth? Is it safe? The truth is that there are no regulations governing the safety of dog toys and many dog toys are made from materials that have no business being in a dog's mouth. It's important for consumers to be informed so that they can make the best choices for their dogs.
SodaPup Natural Rubber Toys:
SodaPup natural rubber dog toys are made with a proprietary power chewer compound called PuppyPrene. Our material has undergone rigorous testing for heavy metals, phthalates, Proposition 65 regulations and FDA-compliance. We pass all tests with flying colors giving you confidence that our toys are non-toxic and safe for your dog.
Puppyprene is specifically formulated to provide a combination of durability and chewiness and is available in three formulations:
Puppy Rubber: This compound is specially formulated for teething puppies, It is an exceptionally soft compound that is gentle on sore gums while still providing durability for developing jaws.
Average Chewer: Our original compound is designed for average chewers and provides the perfect combination of durability and chewiness for the broadest range of dogs. This is the best choice for most adult dogs.
Magnum: The Magnum compound is our toughest rubber. It is made specifically for the most aggressive chewers. Available only in black, our magnum compound has special additives that give the material added elasticity and tear resistance.
It's important to choose the right compound for your dog as well as the right size toy.
SodaPup Nylon toys:
SodaPup nylon toys are made from our proprietary PETstrong material which is super durable and FDA compliant. Our nylon toys are designed to be one size fits all: thin enough for the smallest chewers yet large enough for bigger dogs.
No dog toy is completely indestructible. Supervise dogs while playing with SodaPup toys. Inspect toys frequently and remove damaged toys. Replace worn or damaged toys or if it becomes too small to chew safely. These products are not intended to be eaten or swallowed. If your dog swallows a piece, take the toy away and contact your veterinarian