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We got Caesar & Sox a plastic ball with holes all over with a smaller ball inside with a bell. They both love it. It's actually a cat toy but Caesar doesn't care. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif Anyways, Caesar has pulled the larger ball apart and chewed on the clasps that would hold it together so now they can't play with it. Is there a glue that it safe for dogs? Since he'll be chewing it I don't think I can use just any glue. Suggestions???
 

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I don't have any on hand to read the label, but the first glue that comes to mind is the old standby, Elmer's. Don't know how it'd hold up, but I wouldn't think it'd be toxic. :computer:
 

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The Bagel, who is usually a good beagle, has a real love for the glue (I suspect made from Horse hoofs) used in hundred or more year old books. The two books he ate the covers on had not effect on his system. I suspect any glue used by children (hence in danger of being eaten) is harmless! Use what they are using in kindergarden /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gif
 

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Elmer's is non toxic. I have seen kids eat it with no bad consequences but it doesn't hold up when it gets wet.
 
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