FAQs Coffee Wood Chew Stick
Is Coffee Wood Chew stick safe for dogs?
Coffee tree wood is absolutely safe for dogs these dog chew sticks are splinter-free. Coffee wood chew sticks are completely digestible and won’t break apart or splinter like other types of wood do. Dogs should always be supervised and always have access to fresh, clean water to drink.
What Age dogs can have a coffee wood chew sticks?
We recommend that dogs start having coffee wood stick from 4 months old and up. However, this does depend on the dogs. As with all hard dog treats, coffee wood should be given only when your dog’s teeth are fully developed.
Is Coffee Wood sticks digestible?
Yes, coffee wood is digestible. While coffee wood chew sticks may not have many nutritional benefits, they do offer plenty of dental or orall health benefits for your dog. Their rough texture helps scrub away plaque and tartar buildup from your dog’s teeth as well as massage their gums for improved dental hygiene.
Does coffee wood have Caffeine in it?
No, caffeine only comes from the coffee bean and not the wood.
How long does a chew stick last?
The chew stick doesn't last forever, they should last your dog several, long chew sessions.
Chewing the stick and wearing it down creates a sense of achievement for a dog. Depending on the dog’s eagerness to chew and the strength of its jaw, the chew stick can last several weeks.
What matters most is choosing the right size for your dog based on its weight and chewing vigor.
What Size should I get for my dog?
We have 3 different sizes of coffee wood:
Small: Weigh less than 10kg
Breeds: Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier, Pug , Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, Dachshund, Toy Poodle, Bishon, Maltese, Jack Russell Puppies under 10 kg of weight.
Medium: Weigh less than 20kg
Breeds: Beagle, Terrier, Bully, Pit-bull, Cocker Spaniel, Boxer, Poodle, Bulldog, Collie French Bulldog, Indian spitz, Indie less than 20 kg, Puppies upto 20 kg of weight
Large: Weigh more than 20kg or dogs that are heavy chewers.
Breeds: Rottweiler, Doberman, German Shepherd, Chow Chow, Labrador, Golden Retriever, Akita , Bully, Belgian Malinois, Siberian Husky, Indie more than 20 kg