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post 22nd Nov 2017, 11:19 pm
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The westpaw toys were mentioned on Facebook as something Archie the Pitbull (Jo-Rosie and Archie) did not destroy, we've found them good so far...
Doggrommer Chris: they are worth a try for Quila, Winston loves the texture as they chew as though they should be destroy able bit actually aren't!

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post 23rd Nov 2017, 8:42 am
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I'll have a look at them smile.gif Maybe they'd help keep her out of the litter tray ohmy.gif

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post 24th Nov 2017, 4:48 am
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QUOTE(ceri1 @ 22nd Nov 2017, 11:19 pm) *

The westpaw toys were mentioned on Facebook as something Archie the Pitbull (Jo-Rosie and Archie) did not destroy, we've found them good so far...
Doggrommer Chris: they are worth a try for Quila, Winston loves the texture as they chew as though they should be destroy able bit actually aren't!


Thanks for this recommendation - somebody (Bali) might be getting one of these for Christmas, they sound perfect for him smile.gif

Okay, I admit it, I went to Amazon "just for a look" and now I have to justify to OH why I've bought yet another dog toy for the dogs when they already have hundreds, so dressing it up as a Christmas present for his dog seemed like the most painless way to do it lol.gif
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post 25th Nov 2017, 10:28 am
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Thanks for input and suggestions everyone.

Lou is now the proud owner of a Tux and a big Nylabone. Millie however is disgusted as she has not got a new toy and I feel for her. But only a little Cuz that still squeaks will do. I did have one new little plastic squeaky ball left in the cupboard so I gave her that. She just glanced at it and kept looking pleadingly into my eyes.

When she was young she loved the puppy Kong toy that squeaks and looks like an octopus, so will get one if the roads clear and I venture out. It gets so expensive though as I will need to get one each as Lou likes them for tuggy.

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post 26th Nov 2017, 9:31 pm
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Have a look for snorky dental kong on Amazon. Different sizes for different size dogs
Our Tia LOVES hers
Durable too
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post 27th Nov 2017, 12:41 am
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Bertie schnauzer highly recommends expensive and new varifocal glasses. Apparently irresistible, but sadly not indestructible. mad.gif
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post 27th Nov 2017, 9:34 am
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Have a look for snorky dental kong on Amazon. Different sizes for different size dogs
Our Tia LOVES hers
Durable too


Thank you, I will have a look on amazon after our walk.

Bix ... lol.gif and Bertie will soon have a little friend to play tug with your glasses too.

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post 29th Nov 2017, 9:02 pm
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Bertie chews and chews on his Orbee Tuff ball...and chews....
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