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Melissa7271
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Rating: 4

Fun for fetching

posted 6 years ago

This is a great toy for fetching. Very durable. Promotes a lot of fun and exercise for you and your pet.

Pros: fun for fetching

Cons: none

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Jessica H.
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Rating: 4

2 toys in 1

posted 6 years ago

this is great because you can throw it with the rope and it is a squeaky. it did last longer than i thought but finally my dog tore out the monkey part and the rope and head is left

Pros: a squeaky toy and frisbee

Cons: does come part in mouth of a chewer

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