Chewy Dog Tags are made of flexible silicone and are currently available in red, blue, green, black and metallic silver. These measure 47mm x 27m and are roughly 6mm thick at the thickest point.
They have a textured reverse with raised nodules for additional sensory input. Many people enjoy running their fingers over these raised bumps so it also functions as a good item for fiddling!
Dog Tags come on plain black cord only. All cords all come with a breakaway clasp as standard for safety. Cords come in one long length which can be easily cut to the correct length upon receipt by simply pushing the knot out of either of the two halves of the clasp, tying a knot in a new place and cutting off the excess cord.
Dog Tags can be customised by choosing the colour of each tag to create your favourite colour combo (please choose your colours in the form which appears after adding to basket)!
Safety information (necklaces)
This item is not suitable for heavy biting, it is designed for mouthing, sucking or light chewing
Only suitable for children aged 3+ (strangulation hazard).
The cord clip is not suitable for chewing, if you feel it is likely the clip will be chewed, the item will not be suitable
Please ensure use of the Oojamabob is under adult supervision
Please wash thoroughly before use
Ensure the item is regularly washed
Please inspect regularly for signs of wear and tear and remove from use if the item begins to show damage
Although the pendants are fairly durable, they are by no means indestructible. Pendants will show signs of wear and tear eventually and may need replacing in time. Some may find that their pendant lasts for many many months without needing to be replaced and others may become damaged very quickly.
This is entirely dependant on the intensity and frequency of the individual's chewing behaviours and unfortunately it is not possible to guarantee the length of time any individual pendant will last.
If you are unsure which pendant will be suitable for your needs, please do contact me and I will help you to make a selection, as some are stronger than others. Please understand this is not an exact science and sometimes it may just be a matter of trial and error to find the right chew!