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    Durable toys?

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    I don't know what the heck to buy my dog anymore. She used to chew on ropes and was good. Now she tears the heck out of those. She can't have tennis balls because she ends up ripping those apart and eating the rubber. I've given her raw hides but she demolishes those in a night and I'm assuming that it isn't a good idea to give her multiples of those a day. I know she needs stuff to chew on but I'm at a loss.


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    Stormy tears through just about anything, seriously. I'll give you a quick little link list of the things that she hasn't just mutilated in seconds.

    http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...ductId=3206970

    http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...ductId=2811444

    http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...ductId=3204866

    These specific compressed rawhides last a little while with her. I also get the ones from target and those last all week because she doesn't like them as much
    http://www.petsmart.com/product/inde...ductId=2750762

    She also likes the nylabone, bones for heavy chewers.
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    kongs, orcas

    if you can find the balls that are made of knotted/braided rope(it's actually a fancy nautical thing, i think)...they seem pretty sturdy.
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    Thanks guys. I have actually thought about the kongs but I've never seen any that were smaller. She is kind of a little dog.


    RC what is an Orca?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amberly View Post
    Thanks guys. I have actually thought about the kongs but I've never seen any that were smaller. She is kind of a little dog.


    RC what is an Orca?
    They make them in all sizes. I have a little one for my 6lb dog

    Anything with rope... braided, knotted.. it doesn't matter, my dog literally eats it apart.
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    They make them in all sizes. I have a little one for my 6lb dog

    Anything with rope... braided, knotted.. it doesn't matter, my dog literally eats it apart.
    Yeah Bella too. I'm hoping this is just a phase and she goes back to be good with her toys.
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    Yeah Bella too. I'm hoping this is just a phase and she goes back to be good with her toys.

    She probably wont
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    Racket balls!

    Thats what we buy and they have never once torn one up!
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    I feel ya on the tennis balls Meesha does the same thing!

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    Buy the buddy ball. it comes in two different sized and is gauranteed that an dog can't chew them. They cost about 5-8 bucks and i've bought a few but only because my dog has lost them. He's had the one he has now for like 4 years. So they do last along time.



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