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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-16-2013, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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Ok so I bought a toy at least 15$ to u guys and the wee **** has smashed it to pieces of 3 hours lol so yeah time to move onto the tough guy toys lol uts sooo hard to keep high drive dog occupied lol any suggestions



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If you do a search, there have been several threads recently about some tough toys. I use several of the tough kong toys for my boy, as well as real bones and nylabone type bones that can be filled with a treat to work on.

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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-16-2013, 12:31 PM
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I've struggled with find indestructible and entertaining toys too.

I've found that raw beef marrow bones are good toys. Tucker loves them and thinks throwing them (once they are good and slimey) at his humans is fun. We also play a game kicking it back and forth under the kitchen gate

Anything that squeaks is good. The Kong brand of these do last longer but you need to be prepared anyway to replace often.

But right now, anything that hurts when it hits my shin bone and stains the carpet seems to work best for us.

I know that wasn't very helpful. I feel your pain...good luck

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Cuz, Hollee Rollers, a firehose tug, and Kong toys like the Wubbas have been the only toys that have survived fairly unscathed. I do use treats like raw bones and beef tendons that have been frozen for actual chew time

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Ok so I bought a toy at least 15$ to u guys and the wee **** has smashed it to pieces of 3 hours lol so yeah time to move onto the tough guy toys lol uts sooo hard to keep high drive dog occupied lol any suggestions

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As others have suggested, can you find a butcher who sells marrow bones? The bones will keep you pup busy, as even after the marrow is reached, they are still fun to chew. The only other toys Olivia has not destroyed are her 1lb solid Kong ball and a flexible rubber ball that does not crack when she flexes her jaw.
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Have you tried treat toys? I love the IQ treat ball!

Kong genius toys are good, too! Regular old kongs with some peanut butter or yogurt, then a handful of their kibble frozen work, too!

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