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    Default Most durable cloth toy?

    Spunky LOVES stuffed toys, cloth (anything not plastic...which she also loves) but she shreds them to pieces within 10 minutes! And I'm not talking about the fun squeaky toys I'm talking about durable ones!

    Any suggestions on what works for your hard chewing bully?

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    Default Re: Most durable cloth toy?

    Sorry no help here. My guys can't have anything soft, no blankets, no pillows, no stuffed toys, or soft toys, they eat everything. The only toys I give them are the Kong toys.
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    Not much in the way of fabric based stuff here either. My crew destroys anything fabric based quickly as well. However, the one thing that seems to hold up is the stuff that looks like a lamb's fleece. I can have crate pads and tugs made of that. stuffies, not so much but they do make some unstuffed ones.

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    Have you tried Tuffy's toys? You can find them on Amazon. Aubie has the big pig and the shark. They are fabric, but a tougher fabric. She has yet to tear either one up, but she will tear up anything more flimsy like a regular stuffed toy. Her shark is her favorite toy and the best purchase we've made toy wise because its been durable for her.


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    I was just looking at tuffys, and didnt know if it was actually good or marketing ploy. I think I'll try one though.

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    HRH put a hole in the crocodile Tuff Toy in less than a day (we got her one for her 6th birthday in October).

    She got the octopus/squid from @JAKEISGREAT for Christmas and that is holding up well so far and she has done a lot of pull and rip on it.

    Other than that only hard toys hold up for any length of time with Her Royal Rip and Tear.

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    I got a few Kong stuffed toys with rope thru the middle in a knot for mine for christmas. So far so good. Called Kong Knots. Kozmo and Bandit have pulled apart all the other ones I have tried in less than 15 minutes. Also got a squirrel with a rubber center under furry cover and it is doing good so far. All at Pet Smart.

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    The girls each have their own Tuffy Alligator and they have had them for 2 years now! some threads have come off etc...but they are still very playable. The Tuffy Toys have different levels of tuffness.

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    I went a head and moved this into the correct category. That way you may get more suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LariP View Post
    HRH put a hole in the crocodile Tuff Toy in less than a day (we got her one for her 6th birthday in October).

    She got the octopus/squid from @JAKEISGREAT for Christmas and that is holding up well so far and she has done a lot of pull and rip on it.

    Other than that only hard toys hold up for any length of time with Her Royal Rip and Tear.
    I hope it holds up..Jake really hasn't found one that will last!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy-licious View Post
    Lucy has had the Pig...stood up to her alone until Billy came along and they played tug with it then it died..as did the crocodile which didnt even see the day out.
    Angieeee...if your package were to show up...there might be sumpin like this for Lucy n Billy..

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    I found the toys made out of fire hose material stand up pretty well. Xena is still too little to really tell, but my mastiffs haven't been able to tear them up yet and had them over a year
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    I can't complain about Ftse with stuffed toys he has not wrecked one yet unlike wooden furniture.

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