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Durable soft toys

Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Richard & Patsy, Aug 20, 2021.

  1. Richard & Patsy

    Richard & Patsy Member Registered

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    Since Sitka has got his set of adult teeth and developed a strong jaw he has destroyed every one of his soft puppy toys. We have got him a few replacements that looked more durable but he works on the seam until he gets an opening and then he gets all the stuffing out before chewing the squeaker.
    Yesterday we went to Aldi. One of this week's 'aisle of wonder' Specials is soft dog toys with outside seams, £3.99. Sitka has been working on his squeaky cactus with the dedication of an expert safe-cracker but has not made a breach. He looks a little disheartened.
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    JudyN Moderator Moderator Registered

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    He is sooooo handsome.

    We like Kong Snugga Wubbas, though Jasper did tend to remove most of their legs in the early days.
     
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    Flobo Well-Known Member Registered Partner

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    I'm sure he'll persevere, the squeak must die!!:D:D:D
     
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    Finsky Well-Known Member Registered

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    So far I haven't found any stuffed toys that would last the destruction of determined dog on a mission to 'kill'.
    We have huge bag full of inexpensive and more so branded toys that are each on different stages in need of repair and are put away for that rainy day that I bother to sit down with needle and cotton to rescue them AGAIN.
    Ropes are ones that cope better our hounds attention, but then again..they don't squeak..:rolleyes:
     
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    Ross J New Member Registered

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    I have Bought Kong Knot toys for my 2,,Seem to last,one or two of the toys are over a year old.
     
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    PugkinPie New Member Registered

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    Mine absolutely love these. They would normally shred plushy ones within minutes of getting their paws on it. This actually makes it into their bed to sleep with and carried around the house (apologies if the pic takes up all of your screen :oops: ) £2.99 from Home Bargains. They do in fact prefer each others though.
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    Jack-Russell-Lover Well-Known Member Registered

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    I second the Kong knot toys (in fact most Kong toys are pretty good!), Roxy loves her Kong comfort kiddos elephant at the moment which I bought for her birthday in May and it's still going strong and fully intact (she's not much of a chewer/destroyer mind you). :D
     
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    excuseme Well-Known Member Registered

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    I hate to admit to it but I buy our lot a "Dog Not" each most Christmases from Equafleece.
    The girls are not destructive the "Dog Not"s wash and dry easily, they are all over the place in the house, in their beds and all over the garden And at £4 each, a bargain.:rolleyes:

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    Ronnie is now 18 months old he has had his large Kong Duck since he was 8 weeks, he plays tug with the other dogs daily and the Duck is still in one piece:)
     

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