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Posted on 5th Apr 2017
All of our chews are used by both boys and girls. They come in a variety of shapes and colors for lots of different interests. But for anyone looking for traditionally "girly girl" designs, check out:
ARK's Diamond Chew Necklace - As they say - diamonds are a girl's best friend!
ARK's Krypto-Bite Chewable Gem Necklace - a beautiful six-sided gem / jewel shaped chew. Each pendant is sold individually (on its own cord), but you can also thread multiples onto a single cord for a custom look (like the below).
ARK's Krypto-Bite Chewable Tube Necklace - a similar hex-shaped chew as the one above, except that it hangs horizontally for a different look. These are also sold individually, but can be combined onto a single string for a custom beaded look.
ARK's Chewable Bangle (Bracelet) - always a classic fashion accessory.
ARK's Heart Chew - this handheld chew is "love at first bite!"
Many of our chews also come in "girly girl" colors like magenta, hot pink, teal, and lavender. So be sure to check out all of the options here, and click on any image from there to see all of the colors available.
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