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BEST dog toy I've ever bought

Everlasting Treat Ball by StarMark. LOVE it!!!!! You want your dobe occupied for HOURS? Get one. Hopefully it works for you like it has for me.
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I just bought Niz one (the orange one for larger dogs) + several replacement treats. He loves it so much he brought it with him to the backyard to go poo (and held it in his mouth while doing his business).

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what can you do.... love them and bake them cookies.
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I've only ever seen the green ones! Where did you find it?
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I've only ever seen the green ones! Where did you find it?
I found it at my local petfoodexpress (it's a northern california pet supply store chain).


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I have one and mine LOVE it! It's practically industructable and you can put in the dishwasher!
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Jax is chewing his right now! He loves the thing, and being able to replace the cookie type thing in the middle is amazing!

Another one Jax loves is the Kong Wobbler - you can put kibble in it and they have to slap it around to get it out- , sometimes we feed him part of his meal through it, keeps him busy

I got the Everlasting Chew from PetsMart, and the Kong Wobbler from Pet Valu.
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What is the consensus on size for a dobergirl?
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The only thing that lasted for hours around these parts was the diarrhea that ensued once the treat portion was removed from the toy portion and completely consumed all in under 2 minutes.
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Jax is chewing his right now! He loves the thing, and being able to replace the cookie type thing in the middle is amazing!

Another one Jax loves is the Kong Wobbler - you can put kibble in it and they have to slap it around to get it out- , sometimes we feed him part of his meal through it, keeps him busy

I got the Everlasting Chew from PetsMart, and the Kong Wobbler from Pet Valu.
Have you had any problems with the Kong Wobbler?

It only happened one time (that I know of) but Maiya must have caught or pinched her toe in the little opening of the Kong Wobbler when she was slapping it around. I think it happened because of the way that the opening is tapered. She wouldn't play with the Wobbler for a week or so after that. She is now playing with it again but I decided only to let her play with it under supervision. She does have fun with it - even "talks" to the toy when she is slapping it.
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Have you had any problems with the Kong Wobbler?

It only happened one time (that I know of) but Maiya must have caught or pinched her toe in the little opening of the Kong Wobbler when she was slapping it around. I think it happened because of the way that the opening is tapered. She wouldn't play with the Wobbler for a week or so after that. She is now playing with it again but I decided only to let her play with it under supervision. She does have fun with it - even "talks" to the toy when she is slapping it.
I haven't had any problems with it, but also saying that he doesn't have it all the time. He gets it about 3 times a week, when the time seems right lol - he slaps it around so much it sounds like he is tearing the place apart. He just loves it though, whenever we pull it out he goes crazy!

Also, for the other toy, we don't buy the refills of the cookie (since Jax devoured it so fast) but he loves the shape and feel of the rubber part of the toy. You can also freeze peanut butter and kibble in there if you want them to have a little treat
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THAT IS A SUPER IDEA.
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Petsmart had the Kong Wobblers on sale here in CA for $8.85 yesterday!!! The large size, too! I almost bought another one!! T loves his Wobbler, and it slows him down for his meals.
I'll have to look into the everlasting treat ball. The name is perfect! LOL
Also, when I need/want the dogs out of my hair for a while, and the weather is nice, I put them out on the patio with Primal meaty beef bones. "What dogs?" The $11 is worth having them completely occupied for HOURS.

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This is the best toy I ever bought


He has yet to destroy it
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This is the best toy I ever bought


He has yet to destroy it
My boy just got one of these! He loves his Dino... Hedgie needed an industrial strength replacement.

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This is the best toy I ever bought


He has yet to destroy it
LOL LOL His face in the 1st pic kills me LOL Its like he's saying ' Dino?? Your kidding right? " LOL so cute he is!


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My boy just got one of these! He loves his Dino... Hedgie needed an industrial strength replacement.
Is that tough? Looks like my pup would have that ripped to shreds within minutes. Cloth items have not lasted... She picks a hole in one spot and unstuff's everything.
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Is that tough? Looks like my pup would have that ripped to shreds within minutes. Cloth items have not lasted... She picks a hole in one spot and unstuff's everything.
This is a very tough toy. Aries usually destroys the Ruff & Tuff toys in minutes. This one is made of an extra tough material that still is soft enough for him to bite. It's a 40 dollar toy at pet stores, and so far it is worth it.
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Is that tough? Looks like my pup would have that ripped to shreds within minutes. Cloth items have not lasted... She picks a hole in one spot and unstuff's everything.
Probably not if he chewed on it... We play with his stuffed toys as a supervised activity. If he looked like he was fixing to just chew it I would replace it right then with a cuz or a bully stick. I haven't let him disembowel stuffed toys. Anytime one pops a seam or looks tattered I toss them. I have already lost a dog to an obstruction and am a worry wart.

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I have two of them one for home and one for work they are the very best!
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That dino looks pretty tough, can anyone please refresh my memory, I forgot where I saw it!

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Probably not if he chewed on it... We play with his stuffed toys as a supervised activity. If he looked like he was fixing to just chew it I would replace it right then with a cuz or a bully stick. I haven't let him disembowel stuffed toys. Anytime one pops a seam or looks tattered I toss them. I have already lost a dog to an obstruction and am a worry wart.
I'm right there with you on being a worry wart on obstructions... This is our first dog (as adults). I've read enough horror stories over the past 3 years.

Our now 7 month old pup had one of those white and green dental ropes. I saw her chewing on it, I saw her ripping small pieces of string off of it. I figured, they're small strings, they'll pass through her system. We'll last week, she attempted to have a bowl movement. When she stood up, there was 6" of crap matted string hanging from her ass. My wife quickly went inside to get some paper towels and ended up pulling 18" of matted string & poop from her butt. My wife is still in shock over the event and just so I could fully appreciate the horrific event she took photos of this excrement and sent them to me.

We're relieved that everything passed properly, but she's no longer allowed to chew that toy for excess amounts of time.

Seems like anything of fabric material will only last minutes with her. She doesn't chew those items with her molars, she'll just stand on it with her two front paws and user her front teeth to pull apart fabric in one specific spot.

So now, deer antlers, which she does chew with her molars are the best thing happening and even they aren't lasting very long these days. She grinds them down quickly too.
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I bought Harbinger a Skinneeez stuffing free toy. They have 6 different animal styles, I bought the fox. He loves it. It has a squeeker in the head, and one in the tail.

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