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    DefaultStuff toys

    Max likes to carry around stuffed animals. They are suppose to be made for dogs but they don't last more than a hour and they shredded into little pieces. Anyone find stuff toys that will withstand a lab?
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    We have found stuffed toys for Hershey at Walgreen's of all places that are cheap and hold up pretty well. They have a Milkbone logo on them. Most of them have squeakers in them. The squeaker doesn't last very long and I am not sure if that is bad or good.

    We also found a tug toy made out of a stuffed fabric at Target that is holding p very well.
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    Don't think there is such a toy, but if there is I want to know! I still remember ordering huge quantities of stuffies for Huckle from the mail order catalogs because he had them ripped apart in a couple of days. Guthrie has just realized how fun it is to destuff his toys. :

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    Other members on this site have suggested buying stuffies at a 2nd hand store - cause you can get a bunch for cheap and it doesn't matter to the dog at all. I have tried this and I think it's a good idea.

    Also, I find that the stuffies with the least amount of stuffing inside are the least likely to get chewed up by my dogs.

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    All I can say is "NOPE" for Sammi they don't exist! Maybe when she grow's up, but at this point I don't even try anymore!

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    I bought some toys from mydogtoy.com http://vipproducts.com/retail/files/index.php?cPath=27
    They can still chew on the edge, but still intact after 8 months. I have couple of rings, and fish shape
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    I buy mine from the second hand store. Sometimes I ruin his fun and destuff them, then sew them back up. He is quite happy and I don't have stuffing everywhere.

    Kassa never once destuffed a toy. Ernie has just ruined Sams girlfriend and Sam is peeved.


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    Petsmart has some toys from a company called Bamboo that are made better. They claim they are "combat tested". Basically it's a tougher material with better stitching. Since they aren't so soft Pete doesn't get that "instant kill" thing going. He still has both after a couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allprolab
    Petsmart has some toys from a company called Bamboo that are made better. They claim they are "combat tested". Basically it's a tougher material with better stitching. Since they aren't so soft Pete doesn't get that "instant kill" thing going. He still has both after a couple weeks.
    That is the brand of the one we found at Target, that I mentioned. Yes! Whatever the material is, it is quite durable for dog abuse and I have not seen any indication of the stitching giving way. Yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Endofile
    Quote Originally Posted by allprolab
    Petsmart has some toys from a company called Bamboo that are made better. They claim they are "combat tested". Basically it's a tougher material with better stitching. Since they aren't so soft Pete doesn't get that "instant kill" thing going. He still has both after a couple weeks.
    That is the brand of the one we found at Target, that I mentioned. Yes! Whatever the material is, it is quite durable for dog abuse and I have not seen any indication of the stitching giving way. Yet?
    So far they show no signs of wear. But he isn't as excited about them as other toys. The true test is when I next have a guest over. That's when he gets jealous and wants to shred a toy.

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