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False Facebook Information on Nylabone being Toxic and Causing Seizures

Neptune City, NJ – Recently there has been some misinformation about the safety of our products circulating on Facebook. The negative information—mostly originating from and being spread by spam accounts—is incorrect, and we would like to set the record straight. These false posts are tricking well-intentioned pet parents into believing and sharing the story on Facebook.

All of our products are made from non-toxic, pet-safe materials and are designed for the specific chewing style and size of your dog. From gentle teething puppies to extreme power chewers, Nylabone has a safe, healthy chew for every dog. Nylabone has been the choice of millions of dogs since we made our first chew toy over 50 years ago in New Jersey.

Nylabone stands for the highest quality in chews and treats. It is our goal to exceed consumer expectations for our products in innovation, safety, quality, and the enjoyment of the people and pets we serve.

For decades pet parents like you have trusted Nylabone to help your dog develop positive and healthy chewing habits. If you have any questions or concerns about Nylabone or our products, please contact us at (855) 273-7527 or at http://www.nylabone.com/about/contact-us/

What should I do if I see one of these posts?
If you see one of these posts on your Facebook newsfeed, we encourage you to share the above information in order to help us set the record straight.
- Please report the original poster of the false story to Facebook, and do not inadvertently enable the spammers by sharing it.

What is Nylabone doing to combat this issue?
We have reached out to Facebook to have this issue investigated and resolved.
- We are sharing information with our Nylabone Facebook fans to share the truth, that Nylabone chew toys are a safe and healthy way for dogs to indulge their natural instinct to chew.

Why might these spammers post incorrect stories about Nylabone?
- To utilize a sympathetic false story that will appeal to pet parents on Facebook in order to get them to share the story.
- The goal of these spam posts and accounts is to increase their follower count, reach additional Facebook users, sell products or services on Facebook, or to obtain website clicks.