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Indestructible Squeaker Toys?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by winterrose, May 20, 2017.


  1. winterrose

    winterrose PetForums Senior

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    Does anyone have any recommendations of indestructible squeaker toys? Micheie loves squeaky toys, and is now only down to one because she destroyed the other three!
     
  2. Fleur

    Fleur Vassal to Lilly and Ludo

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    Sadly no
    You can get "tough" toys but if a dog is a determined squeaker remover and killer they will always succeed ;)
    The fun of the toy is to kill the squeaker :D
    Our last boy had a record of 2 minutes from brand new toy to remove and destroy a squeaker - even bought him a "tough" toy once and he used his teeth to undo the stitching :D
     
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    SixStar Banned

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    There aren't any.

    The Kong Squeez range is quite durable, but no sqeauky toy will withstand persistent chewing or those dogs that are insistent on de-squeaking it (Harvey I'm looking at you!)
     
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    steveshanks PetForums VIP

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    Latex, first one we bought (zooplus egg) i thought that'll last 5 minutes but 2 years later its as good as new
     
  5. Singlefish

    Singlefish PetForums Junior

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    We went through a lot of expensive ones with Freya in her first couple of months, however, I got her a squeaky space hopper from Tesco for three quid that she has played with most days for about 4 months and it's still going strong.

    I agree that part of the fun is to kill the squeaky, but at least take more than 5 minutes!

    The toy in the pic was cheapish at Tesco again and is still a favourite. The long part crackles like a plastic bottle (another favourite) and there's a squeaky in the short bit.

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  6. winterrose

    winterrose PetForums Senior

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    I'll add these to my list and will be making a Zooplus order soon! I'll also pop into Tesco and pick up that spacehopper toy!
     
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    Twiggy PetForums VIP

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    Well good luck with that. Mine have destroyed loads of Spacehoppers (I bulk buy them from agility shows).

    The only thing my 9 mth old pup hasn't destroyed, although it's very tatty around the edges, is a Tuffy Ultbone from mydogtoy.com. It was a gift from a friend.
     
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    lullabydream PetForums VIP

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    Look out at your local Aldi for when they do dog toys..they do similar squeaky toys to the zooplus egg that last mine a while...but its obviously when they have them in.

    Don't waste your money on the ones that say they squeak even when destroyed..they are rubbish in my opinion.

    I think we had a different small Kong toy than already mentioned, and it was a blue hippo, it seemed to last, and wasn't particularly expensive. So a good look at Kong toys maybe worth a shot.

    Echo what everyone else says, the game is to stop the squeal...so that's that! Nothing will last.
     
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    Armitage 'Wallace and Gromit' toys have withstood my boys sudden kill the toys episode.
     
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    Dillon is a squeaker killer but he doesn't destroy the toys and will still play with them.

    I got a bag of squeakers on-line and just unpick the toy take the old one out, replace it.
     
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    We have a Kong Wubba that has survived Tango's power jaws for some months.
     
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    Elliot destroys everything. I find myself in a catch 22 because I don't want to spend money on expensive toys if he's going to destroy them, but then again the expensive ones might hold up a bit better.
     
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    steveshanks PetForums VIP

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    Pip destroys anything Fluffy BUT he has a fluffy cheeseburger that he shoplifted 2 years ago, he loves it and its like new. I wish we could read there minds.

    On the shoplifting we were about 50 yards from the shop when a little girl commented on how cute the little dog was with his toy, i looked around then realized it must be mine LOL, we went back and paid of course.
     
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