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Post by Steph7990 on Sun Aug 07 2016, 18:39

Hi my pup is 19 weeks and loves to chew his toys (he's being good with the chewing at the moment  Big Grin  However his favourite toys are the soft squeaky toys and as you can guess these get destroyed in days (yes I'm lucky) however does anyone have any recommendations for soft squeaky toys that are indestructible. Does this even exist. I can't wait to hear your opinions. Thank you
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Post by -Ian- on Sun Aug 07 2016, 19:53

Ummm.... I doubt there is such a thing but I stand to be as surprised as you if there are. Rope toys seem to be a good hit though Smile


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Post by Steph7990 on Sun Aug 07 2016, 19:58

Yeh I know I really hope there is cos he loves them my purse doesn't. Even the rope toys he has destroyed 3 in 10 weeks. Although to be fair I am just glad he is chewing his toys and nothing else at the moment
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Post by -Ian- on Sun Aug 07 2016, 19:59

That is the only blessing I guess Steph... at least your skirting boards and doors are still intact Laughing


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Post by Steph7990 on Sun Aug 07 2016, 20:02

I have heard about them chewing skirting boards and doors and thought this was an exaggerated truth. Is this not the case.
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Post by -Ian- on Sun Aug 07 2016, 20:11

Umm nope. It happens, there is a semi desperate plea for help on the Facebook page for just this thing tonight. The thing to do is to keep them occupied with something more exciting than your nice newly painted skirting Rolling Eyes


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Post by Jenc on Sun Aug 07 2016, 20:14

If you can find a soft squeaky toy that can survive a staffie please let us know, you could make a fortune Laughing Love Struck


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Post by dichantra on Wed Aug 10 2016, 23:02

I have found the black kong is very good, also rope toys are excellent although my previous Staffy who passed away last year could unravel a rope toy within half hour. Also I have found that a good quality rubber toy that is not solid.... by that I mean they are flexible when they chew do last quite well & a bonus that you can stuff treats inside to keep them occupied a little while.
I am afraid it is no myth, Staffies do seem to enjoy a nice bit of wood as my skirting boards & doors have suffered a little bit, but she is starting to grow out of that phase.... a little.
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Post by Mia05 on Thu Aug 11 2016, 12:10

kong toys are pretty good so ive heard unfortunately nothing is staffy proof https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/s//ref=mw_dp_a_s?ie=UTF8&k=KONG heres a toy on amazon reasonable priced too Smile

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Post by Marynevie on Thu Aug 11 2016, 13:53

The only "toy" any of my Staffies have not destroyed was an old practise cricket ball my girl Tess found some 29 years ago now. Tess then Mo both chewed and chewed it but only managed to rough up the surface. I only allowed it in the garden though cos when they chased it around in the house it was like living with a rhino! I'm not sure where you'd get one though
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Post by Jenc on Thu Aug 11 2016, 19:54

Sounds like it could be as loud as a boomer ball, we have 1 in the garden & 1 in the house! What a racket Rolling Eyes but she loves it Love Struck


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