the ultimate chew toy

Empowering Paws by Crafting Safe, Durable, and Fun Chew Toys


Our commitment to quality and safety is unwavering. We source only the finest, durable materials to ensure our toys can withstand even the toughest gnashes and gnarls. Your dog's health and well-being are paramount, which is why our products are rigorously tested to meet the highest safety standards.


Our team of designers, engineers, and dog enthusiasts works tirelessly to ensure that each toy we produce is safe, durable, and fun for dogs to play with. We use only high-quality, non-toxic materials that are designed to withstand even the most enthusiastic chewers. We are proud of what we've accomplished so far, but we know that there is always room for improvement. We are constantly seeking feedback from our customers and looking for ways to innovate and evolve our products. Our goal is to be a trusted partner for pet owners who want to provide their furry friends with safe, engaging, and high-quality toys that promote a happy and healthy life. Thank you for choosing Powerbone and for being part of our story.


Yes, Powerbone toys are generally considered safe for dogs to play with. However, it's important to supervise your dog while they play and ensure they don't ingest any pieces of the toy. It's also a good idea to choose toys that are appropriately sized for your dog's breed and chewing habits.

Powerbone toys can be cleaned with warm soapy water and a soft-bristled brush. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaning tools that could damage the toy. If the toy is particularly dirty or has a strong odor, you can soak it in a mixture of water and white vinegar for 30 minutes before cleaning.

If your dog chews off a piece of their toy, remove the toy immediately and dispose of it. Swallowing pieces of the toy could be a choking hazard or cause intestinal blockages. You may also want to monitor your dog for signs of distress or unusual behavior, and contact your veterinarian if you have any concerns.

Powerbones can be used both indoors and outdoors, but it's important to keep in mind that they may become discolored or damaged over time if left outside for extended periods. If you choose to leave your dog's nylon toy outside, make sure it's in a shaded area and bring it inside when not in use.

Some dogs may prefer different types of toys or have unique chewing habits. If your dog doesn't seem interested in their Powerbone, try adding treats or peanut butter to the toy to make it more enticing.