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Toy she won't destroy?? is there one???

Discussion in 'Products & Equipment' started by nightfun, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. nightfun

    nightfun Puppy

    Hello everyone, question for you all. My pit Sydney loves to destroy stuffed animals. We are fortunate to have a way of getting hundreds of stuffed animals for Sydney to destroy. They keep her busy for about 15 minutes while she rips the eyes out (plastic) and spits them out then she moves on to the head and body of the stuffed animal while spitting out the stuffing. She never swallows any stuffed animal or toy she rips apart. she's even got a hold of my empty water bottles and chews the cap off and spits it out then rips the water bottle apart and spits out the pieces. I do not like her chewing the water bottles. She's had Nyla bones and rips them apart. I give her deer antlers as well. She can rip through an antler in about 3 - 4 weeks. The antlers are about 4 - 7 inches long. I have access to tons of deer racks and have cut up what seems to be hundreds of antlers. I would like to give Sydney something she cannot rip apart in minutes or even days if that's even possible. Any suggestions? She never chews our furniture, shoes, socks, carpets.. Just stuffed animals, toys, bones and antlers. She's a great dog, but I'd love to find a product Sydney will not rip apart if one is even out there.

    Thank you in advance!
  2. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    Other than the rubber kongs for treats, I have yet to find a toy...a stuffed one at that.. I used to buy the 25 dollar "undestructible" toys and learned my lesson. My girl still rips th apart. So now I just buy the cheap ones and know in about 2 minutes I will be picking up all of the remains...she loves to destroy them
  3. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    Don't have anything for you. I don't mind buying new antlers every month for one of the dogs that goes through them that quickly. They're 100% safe and ingestible so I don't allow any of the dogs to chew on anything else.
  4. Fieldmarshal

    Fieldmarshal Big Dog

    The Long lasting toys the dogs get bored of, and the cheap crappy ones get destroyed in 10 min. But, Shogun especially like soft stuffed animals, those are cheap and even though does not last long he does enjoy it. So I end getting a bunch of those at a time. The dining table at our house is a like a troll cave, it has stuffed animal body parts scattered all underneath the table.
  5. nightfun

    nightfun Puppy

    Thank you all! Kind of what I expected but what can you expect when we have a breed that loves stuffed animals :o)

    Fieldmarshal love your analogy of the "troll cave and stuffed animal body parts". I've said almost the same thing with the bones in my house, it looks like a grave site for the long lost bones.
  6. GoingPostal

    GoingPostal Good Dog

    Goughnuts, the larger/harder nylabones (i get galileo ones). There's some great work to eat toys out there if you feed kibble as well.
  7. xchairity_casex

    xchairity_casex Good Dog

    I refuse to spend more then a buck on stuffed anything, If I put money into a toy, its going to be solid, durable and preferably solid rubber. while I do give them stuffe animals to shred occasionally that I buy second hand at thrift stores, its not often.
  8. nightfun

    nightfun Puppy

    Exactly what I'm looking for. Can't find it out there.

    A small update. My son came by and brought 200 stuffed animals. The small ones in the crane game where you try to grab one with a claw. His friend drives a truck that delivers them.

    I put 25 on the floor and Sydney went nuts! ripping heads off all over the place. Very funny to watch. She looked so happy while killing them all. So now there is stuffing all over the place, looks like winter. But boy did she have fun.
  9. Blaze N' Pits

    Blaze N' Pits Good Dog

    Exactly what I was going to suggest. Toys actually worth the money.

    Black Ring Goughnuts
    Souper sized Galileo bones
  10. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    Mine don't care to chew on rubber toys...they like tug or destroying stuffed toys..that's it lol
  11. kbell6987

    kbell6987 Little Dog

    i can suggest outside toys that last (jolly balls/eggs) but inside toys i have yet to find one that lasts more than 5 secconds lol his rope toys seem to hold up for a while but anything chewy or stuffed dont last in our house
  12. Cofla

    Cofla Big Dog

    Great idea, I will use it, Kimba disembowels all the stuffed toys within seconds, and as is the case for everybody else "she loves it"

  13. Jamielvsaustin

    Jamielvsaustin Good Dog

    Pretty sure the black ones are the hardest: http://www.goughnuts.com/

    Same with Kongs-they're color coded for toughness. Purple is senior, blue is puppy, red is
    regular and black is extreme. My advice is to get a size (or two if necessary) bigger than is what is suggested for your dog's weight.

    Just bought one of these and it's doing well: http://www.petmountain.com/product/...rm={keyword}&gclid=CN_ChfT75roCFRES7Aod_DAAoA

    We also like these (JoeBingo just put a up a thread about them): http://www.wag.com/dog/p/west-paw-d...=pla&ca_sku=WPD-047&ca_gpa=pla&ca_kw={keyword}

    These have lasted a while: (they have other shapes too) http://www.amazon.com/Bionic-BO-CL2...qid=1384524653&sr=8-1&keywords=bionic+dog+toy

    We bought the black kong ball...it was a waste (expensive one at that)...the dogs don't touch it.

    When we go into pet stores I squeeze the toys...if I can actually squeeze it or it has a lot of give...it's not going to work. All these "indestructible" toys are falsely advertising!

    We found the stuffless stuffies actually last longer in our house for some reason. We just try to have a variety of toys and supervise the dogs when they're playing with them. My house looks crazy. There are bones and dog toys everywhere.

    There was a member here who sold anters for $5 a piece...but he was banned over some bullshit so the only way (I know how) to get a hold of him now is on facebook. Ships super fast and is a really all around nice guy. If you want I could pass your info along to him (email or something).
  14. aigner

    aigner Puppy

    If your Pit *DON'T SWALLOW whatever toys it chew, maybe you can try small Rubber Tires from bicycle. Mine just love chewing on Tires and they last long too. But be sure to get new Tires and wash it clean before handling it to your pup.
  15. nightfun

    nightfun Puppy

    Great suggestion! I have tried this and although good for a few hours she just destroys tires too. I could not believe my eyes. She just loves to rip up toys. I don't mind at all, but it does get expensive. This afternoon I gave Sydney 10 more stuffed animals. I just love watching her rip the eyes out and spit them out then get the hole from the eyes she ripped out and starts on the head. It's like a stuffed animal factory threw up in my living room.
  16. Swiper

    Swiper Little Dog

    Large size Galileo and drill 2 holes in it. 1st go buy something like a bottle of fish oil gelcaps. then based on the size of the gelcaps drill 1 hole on each knuckle all the way through to the other side. Then squeeze in one gelcap and give to dog.
  17. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    Goughnuts! They have a lifetime guarantee! When the red starts to show, you send it back, they send you a replacement!
  18. Jamielvsaustin

    Jamielvsaustin Good Dog

    Odd. Seems like it'd be messy.
  19. Swiper

    Swiper Little Dog

    I stuff them in deep enough so that swiper was to work to get at it with his tongue. After he works it a while and his saliva and tooth if he can get it in there it pops and he licks it all up. He hasn't left any mess yet :)
  20. Zylonist

    Zylonist Little Dog

    Get yourself a wheel barrel tire...

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