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Favorite toys

As I sit and watch her destroy another toy, just wondering what are your dogs favorite toys?? She loves the nylabone keys. However, I just read that once they get their adult teeth they should no longer have them. She likes the tennis balls and her kong football.

Would love to hear about your pups favorite toys.
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Tucker's favorite toy is the goose that we got before we even got him! That is is "go-to" stuffy. Another favorite is a very soft, squishy cow that he likes to sleep with. Of course the Chuk-it and tennis ball sends him into a frenzy outside!


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Bentley's favorite toy is the small plastic bucket that is supposed to hold his toys. He dumps out the toys and carries the bucket around the house by the handle. I need to get a pic of him doing it, it looks like he's carrying a suitcase and is leaving home
He allows Ky to take anything away from him except that crazy bucket, he'll stand up to her over that
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Sandy's favorite toy is plastic bottles. She love scrunching them up and it helps us save space in the recycle bin. :-)
She also likes her kongs. We got two puppy kongs when she first got her and she grew out of them. Instead of tossing them out, I ran a heavy duty cotton shoe lace through them and tied them together and she love to run through the house with it.


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My younger golden (2 1/2) loves the Nite Ize Ball, long after the batteries no longer work she plays with the ball, and it is the first ball she has not destroyed. It is great for playing in low light conditions. She even sleeps with it in her mouth.

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Yesterday, a friend with my pups half sister, suggested taking the medium small Kong tennis balls (3 pack) and stuffing them in a "hol-ee ball". I bought what I needed today, and it is driving her nuts. She has spent the last 3 hours trying to figure out how to get the tennis balls out.



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Vinnie likes his big bunny and raccoon. Their basically the same. For playing he likes his Chuckit ball.

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BaWaaJige loves his toys but his favorite is a HUGE bunny I got for him before he was born. It is one of those easter stuff toys for kids. He carries it around every morning while I get up. It stays in the bedroom tho as the other dogs like to destoy toys. He still has his stuff toy ducky and of course he LOVES his bumpers.
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Zoe, unlike Zeke, is very easy on her stuffed toys . . . still has one her breeder gave her when we picked her up . . . and has a large collection. For outdoor play she loves the Wubba. It's a rubber kong like thing covered in heavy nylon canvas with streamers. It squeaks when the dog bites down on it and the streamers make it easy to toss. She just loves to play fetch with it.


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Shadow has a stuffed pig that he's had since we got him. He snuggles with it - he sleeps with it - and the swings it around and plays with it.
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Chester loves his 'wubba wubba' as we call it, any stuffed toys become urgently destuffed as soon as he gets them! However, he will steal my daughters lion king toy from her room at every opportunity and has never chewed it or killed it Two days ago as we watched TV I suddenly saw him out the corner of my eye, climb swiftly and gracefully onto a dining chair, onto the table and grab the lion from the centre where I had put it that morning after retrieving it from him yet again! I was speechless! Yes, that would be his favourite toy...if he was allowed!
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