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DreamBone Twist Sticks are making my dogs vomiT - from Chewy.com., Hickory Valley, TN, USA

2 months ago

Hickory Valley, 38042 Tennessee, United States

DreamBone Twist Sticks are making my dogs vomit. They were purchased from Chewy.com.

I have been giving our dogs Dream Sticks with no problem. Three of our dogs started vomiting this morning and two have continued vomiting throughout the day. Our Pyrenees-Lab has vomited six times so far today and STILL pieces of DreamBone Twist Sticks

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