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Buddha's New Favorite Toy

Buddha's new favorite toy is this chuckit fanatic ball, he carries it everywhere, it's great for playing fetch, tug of war, he also throws it around and chases it on his own!!

https://www.chewy.com/chuckit-fanati...aries/dp/49745

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That looks great, my boy would probably love it too.
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Pippin’s favorite new toy is a skipping stone. I received it as a gift and had not seen them before. Supposedly they float, but that will have to wait for warmer weather. Pip is a ball crazy pup, so he enjoys chasing, carrying, and chewing the stone. The irregular shape makes for an unpredictable bounce, which he enjoys. Two thumbs up from me and a wagging tail from Him: https://www.kurgo.com/dog-toys/skipping-stones/

Made by Kurgo. I found them listed on Chewy and Amazon.

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That looks great, my boy would probably love it too.
I bought the large one so it's easier to play tug of war with him, and it was only $3.99 on sale (normal price is $10.99)

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Pippinís favorite new toy is a skipping stone. I received it as a gift and had not seen them before. Supposedly they float, but that will have to wait for warmer weather. Pip is a ball crazy pup, so he enjoys chasing, carrying, and chewing the stone. The irregular shape makes for an unpredictable bounce, which he enjoys. Two thumbs up from me and a wagging tail from Him: https://www.kurgo.com/dog-toys/skipping-stones/

Made by Kurgo. I found them listed on Chewy and Amazon.
Those look really cool, do they come in different sizes? the ones on chewy would be to small for Buddha, but I would definitely get those for him if they come in a bigger size!!

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I don’t know about sizes on the stones. Ours are about the size of a flattened tennis ball. Maybe a choke hazard for a Great Dane, but a suitable size for a golden. They are solid; there is no give or hollow center.

I like the one you posted and am always looking for new good toys.

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I donít know about sizes on the stones. Ours are about the size of a flattened tennis ball. Maybe a choke hazard for a Great Dane, but a suitable size for a golden. They are solid; there is no give or hollow center.

I like the one you posted and am always looking for new good toys.
Me too, gotta change it up so they don't get bored...if your looking for new interesting toys the flirt pole is pretty cool!!

https://www.chewy.com/squishy-face-s...e-v2/dp/140534

I bought one for my sons dog for his birthday after a friend told me about them, and I will be getting Buddha one in the Spring!!

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Me too, gotta change it up so they don't get bored...if your looking for new interesting toys the flirt pole is pretty cool!!

https://www.chewy.com/squishy-face-s...e-v2/dp/140534

I bought one for my sons dog for his birthday after a friend told me about them, and I will be getting Buddha one in the Spring!!
Love, love, love the flirt pole..... and so does my pup. Thanks for the recommendation. Great new tool for exercise and fun together.
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Love, love, love the flirt pole..... and so does my pup. Thanks for the recommendation. Great new tool for exercise and fun together.
Oh good, I'm so gad you both like it!!

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Great toy ideas in this thread, thanks!

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