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    Default Discounted Dog Toys Webbie

    Is there a website that sells discounted genuine brand dog toys out there? Maybe a discounted shipping cost? Im responsible for getting Dora all her products and being a teen with a crappy job... well you get the picture

    ...Or even a shop?

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    There are some ebay stores that are very reasonable.

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    What are you looking for?
    Topdog collars (formerly Soverencraft.)
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    Just things like treat balls (everlasting??)... generally stuff ttat would keep a dog interested for at least an hour.

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    Just threw one out darn it.
    Topdog collars (formerly Soverencraft.)
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    Do you know any webbies? I can always buy a second hand one from someone, but I figured I'd ask here first
    Last edited by Masha; 02-06-2010 at 09:17 PM. Reason: spelling

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    for soft toys - I know quite a few people that go to op shops like the Salvos.

    One salvos lady thinks that the toys are going to little kiddies but she'd be wrong.

    I think you can get sox at the salvos too - but sox are perilous toys in that as long as the dog knows which sox are hers and which are not... Frosty fetched me this gorgeous little pink sandal this afternoon. It had little flowers attached to the straps. Fortunately for the kiddie that left it in the playground, Frosty only fetched it and let me have it, she didn't sit down and chew it to bits like she usually does. So I gave Frosty a nice bit of roast beef, and the sandal - undamaged - back to the kiddie.

    We got a lot of practice this afternoon with Frosty nicking toys, balls and things that didn't belong to her. And she pulled three baseballs out of the hedge this morning and let me have them undamaged, the baseball guys were quite happy to have them back.

    I got a hard treat ball - that Frosty gets the treats out of for $5 from Cheap as Chips - don't know what the equivalent is where you are. They have lots of cheap dog toys. It's up to you to decide which ones are safe for your dog. Frosty quite liked the mint rope toy, but she destroys the squeaker toys - any of them (except the treat ball) in seconds.

    Everlast is worth spending the money on the fun ball (but not the frisbee). You can get real kongs from Big W for about 30% cheaper than most pet shops, including PetStock.

    Frosty is also very fond of tennis balls and they are even more fun if you stuff them inside a sock first. Tennis balls - infinite supplies from near tennis clubs and dog parks. I haven't had to buy any in ages. Frosty is quite good at finding tennis balls - just like baseballs and cricket balls (and kiddies footware).

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    Oh! I picked up my puppy Kong from Pet Goods Direct for $19.95.

    To get the rubber smell/taste out - Boil up some beef or chicken stock, pour into a container that has the kong already in it, let the kong soak in that until it's cold then put it in the fridge overnight. The next day take it out, very fast rinse (doesn't have to be thorough), stuff it and off you go

    You can also just pop the container (once cooled) into the freezer and give Dora the ice block should keep her entertained for more than an hour and maybe enough for her to be happy to stay outdoors? It can be messy once the dog has the ice block, so best to let them have it outdoors.
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    My lot really only have a couple of toys, mainly ones left from 15yrs ago when Shads was a pup. I find CHEWING is what they want so yep, they can have an old shoe, milk containers, lid on keeps them entertained till they then figure out how to take the lid off, squish it and then it is still a fun flat thing to fling around. Rawhide bones, pigs ears and mine love chewing pine cones. A small length of pvc piping rolls around, tennis balls can be thrown then wrecked. An old T shirt for Tug, chew, rip is adored.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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