We were recently sent a Gumigem Dog Tag Teething Necklace to review. It arrived in a small package, which looked good.
It has a cotton cord, with pull away clasps to fasten it. These pop together to fasten the necklace. Once it was in place, I tried to get my teething 9 Month old to chew on them. She wasn’t interested as it was on my neck. I took it off my neck and passed it to her, and she immediately began to chomp happily on the tags. Later, I put the necklace back on. When she saw it, Sydney began trying to pull it from my neck to chew it. She wouldn’t chew it while it was in place.
A week later, Syd loves to chew on the tags, but she refuses to chew
it while it is round my neck. I have resorted to fastening it to our
parent facing pushchair so she can chomp away happily while in the pram.
(The tags are only suitable for use under supervision, due to the risk
The tags are aimed at Dads. I asked
DaddyGeek if he would wear them, and was given a resounding no. I
personally quite like the style, and can imagine babies who are
introduced to the necklace from day one will love chomping on it while
it is being worn. Syd is just used to holding teethers in her hand now, I
With an RRP of £12.95, the Gumigem Dog Tag would be a good gift for Father’s Day, from a newborn, or for a dad to be. This is not a sponsored post. All words and opinions are my own.