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    Default Suggestions for durable chew toys?

    Hey guys,

    just wondering if anyone can recommend some tough chew toys for strong jaws? Oskar is going through a stage at the moment where he just has to chew something. His kong is buggered, he chewed that up, anything he touches, just gets wrecked lol.

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    Sorry...I have the same problems lol

    But I do frequent Salvos etc often .... stuffed toys ( if you can tolerate the snow storm) and old bags are regular take home items
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    Sorry...I have the same problems lol

    But I do frequent Salvos etc often .... stuffed toys ( if you can tolerate the snow storm) and old bags are regular take home items
    We have snowstorms here too, Osky raids the kids toyboxes lol.

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    LOL! Yep... know that feeling too .
    Actually one of the longest lasting chew toys was a flexible,rubbery type doll thingy....
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    When Katy had the "jaws" period at about 7-10 month, we gave her daily RAW huge femur bones only...We ditched them everyday, because she had such strong jaws that she could get past the "heads" in one day. I personally am not too keen on the shafts, so i replaced them daily. Now she is the softest dog with toys, Vinnie toys last forever at our place. Tessa is the toughest on toys, she tries to get out squeaky, fine if it doesn't

    Now when you say Kongs, do you actually have the giant kongs, because they are tougher.we got our from Amazon and the bigger ones are tougher...But there are some dogs who should work for rescue, they have the jaws of life and can chew through anything......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    We have snowstorms here too, Osky raids the kids toyboxes lol.
    Yep my boy does the same and he has destroyed plenty of toys, I have found that he likes wood to chew on, untreated of course. He just chews it up and spits it out lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfsie View Post
    When Katy had the "jaws" period at about 7-10 month, we gave her daily RAW huge femur bones only...We ditched them everyday, because she had such strong jaws that she could get past the "heads" in one day. I personally am not too keen on the shafts, so i replaced them daily. Now she is the softest dog with toys, Vinnie toys last forever at our place. Tessa is the toughest on toys, she tries to get out squeaky, fine if it doesn't

    Now when you say Kongs, do you actually have the giant kongs, because they are tougher.we got our from Amazon and the bigger ones are tougher...But there are some dogs who should work for rescue, they have the jaws of life and can chew through anything......
    He loves his bones and pretty much leaves a bit remaining lol. He only had a medium sized kong. I would love to get him a big one.

    Untreated wood hey? Might have to see if he likes chewing on that, though Oskar would probably try and eat it lol.

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    My step-dad buys boat rollers for his dog to chew on. They are like 2 or 3 bucks each and last ages. They are just from BCF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    My step-dad buys boat rollers for his dog to chew on. They are like 2 or 3 bucks each and last ages. They are just from BCF.
    Awesome, might have to investigate this further!!

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