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Thread: Resilient chewy toys - please recommend

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    Maggie loves chewing soft toys. Now her adult teeth are in they last a few hours before stuffing appears.
    Does anyone know of strong stuffed toys? She is not as hard core as Hooch ( is any dog?)lol

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    My dog is just happy with a tennis ball and a freebie.. any suggestions besides these?

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    Oskar gets the stuffing out quicksmart lol...a lot of my kids toys have met a grisly fate lol.

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    Larrson - for a dog that can kill a kong - a tennis ball is a 30 second snack and the frisbee - won't last long either.

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    LOL OM - Dean is 9 and until getting Hooch, he slept with at least 8-9 stuffed toys in his bed. Now that Hooch sleeps in his bed, all stuffed toys are out. Only way to get Dean to give them up was the imminent fate if he left them with Hooch.

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    I got my dog a stuffed santa for last Christmas - 3 minutes of pure joy. Sigh.

    You can teach a dog to retrieve - you just have to start in a small space with as few distractions as possible and really good rewards for dog putting toy in your hand...

    Deer antler are pretty durable. But I'm scared those will break my dog's teeth.
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    (i've been told the udder thingies do not survive the attentions of a bull terrier long - so they're strictly for interactive play not sitting down and chewing - to bits).

    And we like to mince up the occasional bit of driftwood or fresh gum tree branch. I don't like wood that makes hard splinters but fruit tree prunings and green gum tree and stuff that's been soaking in the sea while seem ok.

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    find a go kart place and get their old tyres. No metal radial inside and hard to destroy, recommended for power chewers and APBTs

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    yep so true or a round bin lid makes a rilly good frezbie lots of fun
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    Thank you Nekhbet <insert heart>. The crib stop is working a treat! and I have you to thank for

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    That stuff is magic I tells ya lol yup my friends pure amstaff is a power chewer, nothing lasted with charlie at all - and I mean nothing this dog could chew through a brick. Go Kart tyres cost the company to dispose of so they give them away for free ... Charlie still has his 6 months later *WIN!*

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