WARNING! For Supervised play only. Know your dog and choose the appropriate size and type of toy to prevent choking or other harm. Inspect this toy regularly; if toy is damaged or if parts become separated, remove toy and parts as injury may result. Not a child's toy.
100% Recommend this product (6 of 6 responses)
February 6, 2016
My golden retriever always have to have something in his mouth and this toy fits the bill perfectly. It is durable, washes well with soap and water and is his favorite toy.
By Springer M.
Not good for very strong dogs
November 12, 2015
My medium breeds will carry this around and chew on it, but my rescued Pit bull (bait dog with no teeth) loves to chew it up.
Great Retrieving Toy
November 10, 2015
This toy is light enough that I can throw it a good distance but tough enough that the dogs have not destroyed it!
Best overall dog chew toy we have ever found
August 25, 2015
This particular chew toy covers a variety of aspects when it comes to your dog and their chewing behaviors and dental health. We have a Rottweiler that - like most dogs - thinks with their stomach a lot of the time and you can pack each end of this particular toy full of biscuits and then let your dog figure out how to get them. The little rubber nubs all over each end get up between their teeth and keep her teeth clean without us having to really do anything by way of human interaction/brushing her teeth. Our Rottie is 5 1/2 years old and has never NEEDED to have her teeth cleaned due to her obsessive want/need to have this toy filled with biscuits so that she can work on getting them out. Twice a day we fill each end up for her (which is not two handfuls of biscuits, ends up being a couple of them in each end)...she brings it to us right after she eats her breakfast and right after her late afternoon dinner. She BRINGS IT TO US literally pleading for us to fill it up so that she can go chew and gnaw away on it. They only last about 3-4 months but the amount of money we have NOT had to spend on dental cleanings every year or two is well worth the $25-$30 a year we spend on these toys. Her breath has been great ever since she was a puppy and we attribute it to her twice daily routine of chewing on this toy. The toy alone is not enough to entice any dog to want to chew on it...but filling each end with the hard biscuits is and most dogs will do whatever it takes to get them out. We give this one 5 stars. No toy is indestructible in the mouth of a dog with the right set of jaws. 3 of these per year with a Rottweiler isn't a bad ratio especially when it helps with their breath and ours definitely has clean teeth and no "dog breath" like they are known to get. Try one and stuff it with biscuits and see how your dog reacts. Ours loves it !
June 26, 2015
Bought for my pittie. So far, so good. It has lasted for a few weeks. Toys are destroyed the next day.
By Happy f.
Heads up for the chewers!
January 16, 2015
This has been throughly enjoyed by my boy. He's a real chewer, so did not take long to destroy. That's why I gave it 4 stars, it did not hold up. It is completely torn apart at the ends. Fortunately, the middle is intact so play is still an option.
Questions and Answers
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from St. Louis, Missouri asked:
August 20, 2019
My dog weighs 8 pounds. Is this a small, medium, or large toy? Thank you.
Ho Laura,this toy size is a large size.
Submitted by: Customer Service on October 9, 2019
from Gorham, ME asked:
October 29, 2017
are the small knobbies on the ends easily bitten off and consumed?
Hi Hobby, as with any toy you have to monitor your dog while they are playing with the toy. As with any toy there will be some damage after some time. Once the toy is damaged, please throw it away.Â
Submitted by: Customer Service on October 7, 2019