I'm surprised all those stuffed toys are sitting there intact. I used to think it was cute to buy my pal stuffed duck toys from the pet section in Wal-Mart when he was a youngster. He ripped them to shreds. At first they'd last a while, eventually it'd take him approximately five minutes and I could no longer buy them. I even tried one labeled "indestructible"- it wasn't.
He loves his rawhide bones and his Kong ball, though. He even brings the rawhide bones up to me to play fetch- well, to get me to hold one end so he has more leverage for chewing while I pet him, and then periodically throw them for him to retrieve when he needs a break from chewing.
The rawhides do get widdled down and consumed, but at least they're meant to be consumed and sort of self-clean in that sense. The stuff animals and rope toys he'd shred in a thousand pieces and leave on the floor all over the apartment- sometimes swallowing bits and getting digestive issues- so that era had to end, unfortunately. A friend bought him a giant dog bed/pillow- that didn't last long either.