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WARNING: Cutesy "pet" photos!

So was Jak! Right in front of me knowing there was nothing I could do since I was in the middle of my workout! LoL This is supposed to be one of those hard to destroy toys with the thicker covering. Whatever. Click each picture to see it bigger.

The beginning - in the living room:

"I really like this new toy, mom!"



The end - in front of my bedroom door, where I was doing my workout:

"Look! Look what I did!"





"Why are you laughing at me, mom?"


And this is what Gypsy was doing the entire time:
 

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Mike Schoonbrood said:
My friends dog destroys kong toys on a regular basis, the large thick solid rubber ones n the kong bones... I don't believe in indestructable toys anymore :lol:
Yes, I know a dog who does that too....... same big huge ones that my dogs could not destroy even if they had plastic explosives and heavy equipment.

Yep, this friend's dog must be like Jak! :lol: :lol:
 

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Cute!

I have had really good luck with orbees. Probably wouldn't last long as a primary chew toy, but those things seem to hold up well over time. And really soft.
 

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Yes, my vote is for the orbee balls. My male will destroy anything he can get his teeth on....except it seems ....a large orbee ball & they are soft enough to not do any further damage to his teeth. (I can't trust him with any other toy, even in my sight.) He has one in his crate that he can play with when crated only.....He loves it & has not destroyed it & it has been in there since October of last year. I do ckeck on it to make sure that he has not chewed a piece off or anything so that it might need to be replaced...but so far it is fine. He demolishes anything else that he gets his teeth on, even things in the yard when he can get to someting. He has destroyed a small wadeing pool, a watering can, huge plastic flower pots & other things in the yard. My female likes the black kongs but she doesn't have the sane power in her jaws that he does. Her bite is very hard, but his will break bones with one bite he is so very powerful. The orbees are pricey, but I think well worth it.
 

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I'm not worried about it. He doesn't have toys unless I'm with him anyway, except for his kong when he's crated. If he wants to destroy stuffies, that's perfectly fine with me! I'll just start getting him toys out of Goodwill's toy bin for a quarter, like I did when Gypsy went through a stuffie killing phase.
 

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re: stuffies....
I just listened this evening to a news story about a security dog that went crazy in a museum or somewhere and destroyed a Teddy Bear collection valued at 900 thousand dollars(one fo the bears had belonged to Elvis). The security guard was quoted as saying that the dog9a dobermann) "Just went crazy" and that he had to chase him around while all the destruction was going on - the mental picture that this gives IS pretty priceless itself.... :eek: :lol:
 

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Anne or anyone else, do you guys find that the continents ever start coming off your Orbee balls? I started with the medium sized one for tugging, but the small ones are easier to drop into Zoso's mouth.
 

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I got an Orbee... Carbon destroyed it the first night we had it....
 
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