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Good Cuz Bad Cuz - Foot Eaten!!!

So 3 days ago, I find both feet of her Cuz toychewed off and I only found one foot which means Shelby ate the other foot (about half was chewed off and inhaled). Today she took the biggest soft poop I have ever seen, and I found the foot portion intact. What a relief. So glad that it passed through her system.
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So glad you noticed the missing feet and everything came out alright.
Max wasn't so lucky. He chewed off the top part of the large black kong toy and swallowed it. We had to go thru obstruction surgery.

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So much for these toys being indestructible!! I cant believe he chewed off part of a Kong. Wow. I didn`t think these guys could eat through that too....
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Glad shleby's ok!!
That's one big reason I've always gone for the bears and "limb-less" cuz toy shapes, no opportunity to chew anything off. Those feet always scared me for this reason......as for kongs, same thing, mine don't like them, but regardless i've seen them chewed apart awful easy for a "durable" toy.
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This is exactly why I don't own one. I would like to find the Cuz in just ball form. All of their balls I have found are far weaker/thinner material.
Magnum has chewed a Kong (the black extra tough one) into pieces, so he is very closely watched with those too.

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