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I need to buy some new ones, she finally chewed through her rubber dog tire and ripped up this rope toy. I finally had to give her a real bone that has lasted for awhile now after watching her completely shred and devour $15 extra thick rawhide bones in 2-3 days. The only thing that has survived it her kong. Any suggestions?
 

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I need to buy some new ones, she finally chewed through her rubber dog tire and ripped up this rope toy. I finally had to give her a real bone that has lasted for awhile now after watching her completely shred and devour $15 extra thick rawhide bones in 2-3 days. The only thing that has survived it her kong. Any suggestions?
The only ones i know GSD proof but not really cause it hurts are my hands lol... but i just kept buying him the bones..
 

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I agree with Beebz03, the Kong toy is the most durable. My Maverick is a strong chewer and he wants anything that he can sink his teeth into. He ignored the Nylabone. No fun at all. Lol
 

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My dog loves his Jolly balls. Not indestructable but pretty rugged.
The ultra planet dog toys appear to be indestructable, at least to my dog.
We have a hard plastic ball (the best ball) he loves too...it has some deep gouges in it but he plays with that one a good bit. I keep an eye on it because it, too, does not appear to be indestructable.
 

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Are you looking for chew toys or non-chew toys, like balls and such? I know my dogs have had the Chuckit Balls for years and have never destroyed any of them. They like to get jaw exercise by trying to chomp chomp chomp squish squish squish them in their mouths. I just recently discovered that Chuckit makes XL and XXL sizes now. We always had the medium or large sizes. So I've bought everything in XL and XXL and put away the M and L. I can use the balls to play fetch, or they can just get their jaw workout by chewing on them. Every other kind of toy or chew hasn't lasted 5 minutes with this pack, other than bones. HOWEVER, my 2 oldest dogs have chipped their teeth, to include their huge molars, on the raw meaty bones. Paw Paw had to get a broken (in half) molar removed, and it totaled $1,000 in surgery and other multiple appointment costs. No more bones for them, unless short term and supervised.
 

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My $50.00 Serengetti Sunglasses were most certainly NOT GSD proof. She got the first pair off the desk or dining room table to show me I needed new ones. Then she got my backup sunglasses and left them intact in the hall. ;)

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I wear a long thick workboot sock to sleep a couple nights, or just when I'm outside and a little sweaty. Then I stuff an empty(lid still on) water bottle inside the sock. Cheap disposable toy and Apsel will prance around with that thing for days.

I got the idea because as a pup he would search high and low for my dirty socks, and only mine, and I just add the bottle for the noise.

It's not exactly GSD proof, but it is cheap and its fun watching him strut around with it.

One of these socks will last a week with Apsel, but he's gentle with his toys. He's had a little squeaky stuffed wiener dog since he was 8weeks, he's 8 months last week.

Of course for all you worryworts out there, this toy requires supervision when you chew on it.
 

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If you find one, let me know :D

I've heard Goughnuts are good, but I can't find them to try!
I have these too and they have been around for a long time without being destroyed.
 

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A lacrosse ball.

I have one for three months with two GSD's that play with it everyday. Not one bite mark or fraying is on the ball. Best ball toy ever and got it by accident. My kids friend came over and my dog stole it.

They are pretty cheap.
 

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Goughnuts and Westpaw's Zogoflex line. Both are guaranteed. Non-toxic, pliable, bouncy, US made. My little beasts have not put a dent in them yet. Goughnuts are more pricey. If you want to try them, PM me. I can find for you.

Sorry if this is posted twice for anyone. I replied yesterday but I don't see it anywhere. I am not very forum savvy.
 

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I got one of those for our pups and within a few hours they figured out how to chew open the handle. Rascally smart pups!
Did you get the one for horses?
 

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Certainly not indestructible, but my 4 month old GSD Chewy can have more fun with an ice cube on a tile floor than should be legal...
 

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Certainly not indestructible, but my 4 month old GSD Chewy can have more fun with an ice cube on a tile floor than should be legal...
I got so tired if almost slipping and killing myself on water that mine drip everywhere that I fill the bowl up with ice cubes and that issue was solved(they get water outside). They do love the ice cubes and get excited when they here me getting them.
 
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