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Q: indestructible dog toys?

March 20, 2009 | By Anna P. | 7 answers | Expired: 2028 days ago

Anna P.

Our dog is an extremely aggressive chewer and has destroyed pretty much everything we bring home. Does anyone know of super super super durable dog toys? For example, she ripped apart a super kong (the black one) in about an hour, and a Hurley from West Paw in about 10 minutes.
She is a Brittany/Pointer mix, about 2 years old, 35 lbs.

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Lee Lee
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Mar 29, 2009

I have a nyla bone for my over active chewer. It has worked really well for him. It is made so that if they do get pieces off it is so small it passes thru their system and does not harm them. The nyla bones have different flavors to them too so somethimes I change out which one I give Caleb so he does not get bored with it and go on to other things.

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Chrissy
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Mar 23, 2009

I would agree with PLD. If big cats like tigers and lions can chew on thewe they are at least worth a shot with your dog. Good luck.

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Jodi P.
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Mar 22, 2009

nylabones and dixiepets.com

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Kate H.
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Mar 20, 2009

Hi Anna my website is www.dixiepets.com thanks....kate

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Kate H.
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Mar 20, 2009

Wow have you tried a cement block? Just kidding. I sell dog toys and I was going to recommend the super kong but since that didn't even work I don't think there is anything on the market that would work. Dogs like that once they get a little hole or piece they can get off then that is all they need to get to the rest of it. Have you tried like a Tuff Ball? Maybe since it's round and big there is nothing they can get a hold of. A big seller is called the Egg Dog Toy. But to be honest I think she would get thru this even though its for tough chewers. Check out my website www.dixiepets.com, but I really don't think I have anything that would work for her. That cement block might be looking better all the time. LOL

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PLD
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PLD

Mar 20, 2009

Another toy you can try is a "horse ball". It is very large, and hard to destroy. Horses play with it, and they have used these for big cats like lions and tigers, so I expect that they are durable.

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Stacie R.
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Mar 20, 2009

Have you tried the durable nylabones (not the flexible or edible ones). The Double Action and Galileo are particularly good for power chewers.

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