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07-18-2014 03:34 PM
McCoy Target sells a wobbly frisbee that we've had for over a year and is still good as new. It takes a daily beating alomg w/ the jolly ball. Its like $11
07-17-2014 07:20 PM
Brian Paules Kong Frisbee
Wubba (they eventually stop squeaking but Voltan loves his)
07-17-2014 06:49 PM
gsdlover91 The JW squeaky balls....they eventually die, but for as much as my dog chews on them and squeaks them, they last a decent amount of time.
07-17-2014 05:28 PM
Originally Posted by misslesleedavis1 View Post
I must try a jolly ball...i do not have one toy that ty could not chew thru in a matter of seconds,
the jolly ball will wear out eventually. Mine is on its last legs after 4 months of intensive use.
07-16-2014 04:58 PM
wolfstraum bad cuz, good cuz, dino cuz...all pretty easy for a strong dog to destroy...Jolly Balls??? LOL LOL probably $100 worth of those in little bits all over the kennels! With or without handles...first tried the medium one...then the large...then the blueberry with no I said...still picking up little pieces of them. A week or two at most and they were in the garbage.

Komet had a kong last week....I used it for water only, but was throwing it for him....did not take long for it to be 2 tiers instead of 3....

the ONLY thing I have not seen in pieces ever - the everlasting green ball....
I have them in 2 sizes and one smaller one with a rope...have seen alot of GSDs with this ball

07-16-2014 11:54 AM
graciesmom Bad Cuz, the one with the ears and feet. It's approximately 12 years old, has been in the pond, snow, etc and two previous GSDs. Still has the ears and feet! Chuck it balls and a basketball, which they all love to herd. Need to make sure the basketball is completely inflated though, otherwise they puncture it. Rope toys for chewing, we just replace them once they get the knots out.
07-16-2014 10:24 AM
Originally Posted by McCoy View Post
I buy boxes of used tennis balls off ebay. They arent "puppy proof" but since i buy 100 at a time the cost-to-how long they last ratio is favorable.
Tennis balls are bad for dogs teeth.
07-16-2014 10:20 AM
McCoy I buy boxes of used tennis balls off ebay. They arent "puppy proof" but since i buy 100 at a time the cost-to-how long they last ratio is favorable.
07-14-2014 11:06 AM
Shade Delgado's long lasting toys that he LOVES are his hollee roller and bad cuz's (though the cuz do need to be replaced every 4-5 months or so). He had a Nerf dog football (chewy plastic outside with a stuffed filling) that he's damaged but not destroyed in the 6 months he's had it.

For actual chewing they get stuffed kongs, raw bones, antlers. I've tried nylabones but I'd never found a dog that actually likes them
07-14-2014 10:54 AM
Cheerful1 Lacrosse balls. We got them for Joey when we adopted him three years ago, and they look as good now as they did then. Kongs are also very good.
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