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    I know this question has been asked 20 times but I never see balls in the posts. Sandee LOVES the squeaky tennis balls. The thing is she destroys them in 15 minutes flat. First she skins it then she chomps it into a 100 tiny pieces. I feel like I'm just throwing $7 in the trash can. Are there any type of balls that are squishy and squeaky but a bit more durable than a tennis ball?
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    I haven't found anything that my dogs wont chew up in five minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piggypunkinetta View Post
    I haven't found anything that my dogs wont chew up in five minutes.
    Try golf balls That's all ours will play with.
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    I was afraid of that. I'm going toy shopping for her today. Normally her toys last awhile but recently shes decided to destroy most them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdy View Post
    Try golf balls That's all ours will play with.
    Shes kind of a big girl. I'd be afraid she'd choke on it.
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    I use racquetballs for Ida. She will destroy a tennis ball just to get to the inside but she won't destroy racquetballs for some reason.
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    Shes kind of a big girl. I'd be afraid she'd choke on it.
    Ours is an 80 pound malamute/husky and he has no problem.
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    mine is the same way. he tears up everything! and eats it! ropes, balls, stuffed toys, bones whatever. i have to replace toys like all of the time! golf balls would be too small. maybe a baseball? problem is, i have to be so careful b/c he will eat anything. just the other night he "trew" up a wad of string. and hes pooped out beads (the ones inside of stuffed toys) before!

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    i get my dogs soccer balls and tennis balls.

    just make sure the soccer balls are inflated to the fullest so they cant really get a grip on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBoyOneGirl View Post
    mine is the same way. he tears up everything! and eats it! ropes, balls, stuffed toys, bones whatever. i have to replace toys like all of the time! golf balls would be too small. maybe a baseball? problem is, i have to be so careful b/c he will eat anything. just the other night he "trew" up a wad of string. and hes pooped out beads (the ones inside of stuffed toys) before!

    If the dog is tearing things up he'll definitely be able to tear up a baseball in no time! We gave our dog a baseball at my brother's game and it was destroying in 5min, no lie! The also have a smaller ball inside, its hard, and could possibly be swallowed by a dog if you don't watch!
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