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Tuff Soft Dog Toys

Discussion in 'Dog Classifieds' started by waggytailsstore, Jul 23, 2009.


  1. waggytailsstore

    waggytailsstore PetForums Senior

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    THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS INDESTRUCTABLE!!!!! But these are really tough, well made, machine washable, they float and they come in all sorts of lovely shapes, Sherman the Sheep, Arry the Alligator, Lil' Oscar the baby Octopus!
     

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    I don't want to be rude but £24 for a dogs stuffed toy!!!!!!!!!!! :eek:hmy: How can you justify those sorts of prices? For that I'd expect it to be industructable and make the tea too!

    I'll stick to charity shops and buy them for a quid thanks.
     
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    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Fat Cat products stand up to even the most roughest play and tugging by my SBT's, and are less than half the price of those.

    I love my boys, but couldnt justify paying that much for a toy.
     
  4. waggytailsstore

    waggytailsstore PetForums Senior

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    tHANKS FOR TELLING US ABOUT fAT cAT, JUST HAD A LOOK AT THEIR WEBSITE AND THE PRODUCT DOES LOOK GOOD, WILL GET A COUPLE OF SAMPLES AND PUT THEM TO THE "MOLLY & FUDGE" TEST. Always looking for new products.
     
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    Its the Yankers ones that are great. They have a belt system in them thats really tough and so far has never broken with my boys. The stuffing gets pulled out, but the toy is still useable, just a bit thinner.

    I have to get mine from the US sometimes as they are so hard to get hold of.
     
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    dont like to promote pets at home but i have a squeeky orange duck............... that has lasted and lasted and ... ... brilliant thing when most others are gone in seconds. £4.50:D
    Not forgetting the 99p rubber ball - favorite of all :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    When my last dog Chance was a puppy I got him a squeaky yellow hedgehog, he had it all his life (13 years) and when he died we buried it in the garden at a little ceremony, it cost about 50p. He had hundreds of toys in his life but I would love to find another one of those hedgehogs.
     
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    My 11 pound toy poodle destroys every single toy his teeth come into contact with. :eek:
     
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    My toy poodle has destroyed one of them in less than an hour. :(
     
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    A yankers one? The plain canvas ones are rubbish. My SBT's cant get through a yankers.
     
  11. waggytailsstore

    waggytailsstore PetForums Senior

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    Thanks for that, looking at them today, if I find a UK supplier I'll let you know, and if they pass the test they'll become available on our website also.
     
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    If you do stock them, pls let me know.
     
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    Oh no, not that. I might have to invest in a yankers one! ;)
     
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    Fat Cat Yankers Dog Toy - Dog Supplies

    These are them. As far as i know, they do a snake, a croc and a trout. Ive found the snake to be the best so far.
     
  15. waggytailsstore

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    Right done a lot of searching and at the moment there isn't a UK wholesaler but I do know the wholesaler who imports them for their online retail site I've found them on Dog Online, Dog Toy, Waterproof Dog Beds, Dog Toys, Dog Cages, Dog Leads, Dog Collars, Dog Training Kit, Dog Coats and Dog ID Tags, Kong, Halti - UK and EU Online Dog Shop and Store at Dog Online - UK Dog Online and had a look at the american co that produces them. They do look good the Yankers. Will let you know if we can get a uk wholesaler and get them on our website.
    Have a good day.
     
  16. Superpettoysrus.com

    Superpettoysrus.com PetForums Senior

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    Yes i agree fat cat toys are brilliant toys and very brightly coloured, but yes you will have a hard time finding a supplier in the uk....a couple of years ago i came across a bulk load of catnip fat cat inc cat toys on ebay which went down a real treat.......i know you can get an order form to import them to the uk as i got one a couple of years ago...if you email the company directly from the website they will respond and are very helpful.
     
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    Hooray:D I may have found a supplier of Fat Cat in the UK, if I can get there this week, they'll be on our website if I'm successful!
     
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    I buy my Yorkshire Terrier all her toys from Petstages, i think they are brilliant, colourful and most of them stand up to her chewing.
     
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    Wonderful!

    I think Sammy Snake has seen better days. He has lasted a few years though.
     
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    I got the snake one in Pets at Home today. Oscar was so quiet, I thought he'd run away but I found him on the sofa (where I'd left him 20 mins earlier), vociferously shaking the snake. It's been a peaceful afternoon! :cool:
     
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