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05-09-2015 12:09 AM
tknafox2
Re: Best Toys?

Some of the most fun toys, are just the remnants, unrecognizable, pieces of former favorites. We have several (what I call rags) which are bits and pieces of plush bodies, that the dogs will tug for hours. Or an arm, or the lips. It doesn't have to have shape or persona... they don't care... if the other half of it is in the other dogs mouth, it is the best toy in the house!!
05-08-2015 11:02 AM
trevor1000
Re: Best Toys?

A 2 litre pop bottle half full of water with the lid on as tight as you can get it
Outside only lol
04-22-2015 05:36 PM
texasred
Re: Best Toys?

You are your pups best toy.
04-22-2015 05:28 PM
Canadian Expy
Best Toys?

Our toy graveyard - waiting for me to stitch them back into some sort of shape that partially resembles its original form.

:P
04-21-2015 12:44 PM
BurlyOaf
Best Toys?

I have found cheap ikea plush toys have outlasted the expensive pet toys
04-02-2015 09:37 PM
MCD
Re: Best Toys?

What are DURABLE SOFT TOYS? Haven't really found one yet.........
Let me know when you find one that is Vizsla proof! LOL
04-02-2015 01:52 PM
jld640
Re: Best Toys?

IMO, you need to decide what 'toys' may be destroyed. I tried a few 'durable' soft toys. Savannah either wasn't interested or destroyed them. She also wasn't big on the rubber toys.

As for recommendations, Savannah is just fine with toys from the Petsmart clearance bin. She finds a loose spot on the seam, opens the toy and removes all the stuffing. We pull the squeaky part out as soon as the toy is opened so she won't swallow it.

Some folks like giving cardboard boxes for toys, but since Savannah comes to the office with me any and all paper products are off limits and have been since day one.

As a preview of things to come, if you have a nice, comfy, soft puppy bed, be ready for it to be shredded once teething starts.
04-02-2015 12:27 PM
antsmarchin
Re: Best Toys?

Quote:
Originally Posted by MCD
I must also add that we have always had multiple antlers on the go. They are good and durable for the crazy chewer. Only problem is that she turns them into very sharp pointed weapons that are good for stepping on........ OUCH!
This made me laugh out loud. That is great imagary.

To be clear, to everyone, what are some good toys for a puppy of 8 weeks, our breeder recommended a lot of soft toys for now, until the teething starts coming in and then rubbery toys for after.

Thoughts?

Are there such things are durable soft toys?
03-11-2015 10:08 AM
mutley66
Re: Best Toys?

Our V is 12 months old now and still has all her toys. she has never destroyed any of them and does prefer a soft toy rather than a hard rubber type toy.
We now giver her more variation with an old toy by 'recycling it' ... i.e she has a soft duck toy she has played with since pup, we tied a 12inch length of thin rope to it and she responded like it was a brand new toy!, a total new novilty of being able to pull her soft Duck around on a length of rope!! We also tied two random toys to each end of the rope and again she is enthralled with this new toy !!! Antler bones get 'jammed' into play rings and she loves to work to release them free.
Treat the toys like childs toys and use plenty of imagination to create differant play situations with the toys instead of just what it says 'on the box'. Look at how young children can be so imaginitave with their toys and the games they play and transfer this to your dogs playtime. Your V will never get bored, you wont have to constantly buy new toys and you will find your V will value their toys more and not destroy them!
03-07-2015 11:51 AM
harrigab
Re: Best Toys?

Ruby loves her new toy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNJj...ature=youtu.be
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