|Fig.1 New leather bones|
Supplies and Tools:
Dog chew bones
Large bag of dog leather chews
I have two small dogs, and when I purchased those leather chew bones they came in 3 sizes. The smallest bag is the most expensive and the largest bag is the least.
This post shows the two steps on how to solve this problem.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the largest bag of leather chews, large leather chew bones and aviator snips placed on a table.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the use of strong industrial scissors to cut the leather into smaller pieces. Now my two dogs can chew and eat these treat without getting sick on to much leather in their stomachs.
|Fig.2 Leather to smaller pieces|
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