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4.20 rating based on 5 reviews
Good Rope Toy by ChelseaGirl from Chelsea, AL02/24/2012
This rope does last longer than other ropes but still does not last as long as I would have thought. I am not a big fan of rope toys to begin with because they get nasty pretty fast but my dogs did seem to enjoy chewing on them while they lasted. This is much durable than other ropes so definately worth a try.
White Rope by Rambradley from Sun City West, Az.05/30/2013
Of all the toys I bought, this is the only one that is not gone already.
by from 04/22/2012
This is my dog's favorite toy, and my recent purchase was a replacement for the previous one. They are hard to wear out, don't get me wrong! But my dog (a medium sized lab mix) has alot of energy, so eventually it's time for a new one. She'd rather catch a squirrel, but happily, this is mostly what she catches!
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Okay toy by Puppurchaser from Staatsburg, NY06/05/2013
This is fine for what it is--rope toys are good for tugging and retrieving. My dog would much rather tug & retrieve a stuffed toy, but they don't last as long. These eventually start to unravel too. I'd feel a lot better if this was made of organic cotton or at least unbleached. A lot of chemicals are used in cotton production.
Best Chew Toy I've Found by KTP01/15/2011
Our dog Sadie is a champion chewer! The only toy that stands lasts more than a week is the white rope Booda Bone. These last for at least a month, sometimes longer. If your dog is a champion chewer the Booda Bone is the answer. Don't be fooled by other rope bone brands. I've found that they fall apart within a week.