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Default Recommend a durable dog toy

We just got a new pitbull puppy and shes a little over 1 year old. Luckily, she doesn't tear up any of our household items...but the downside is she goes through dog toys in less than a day.

Rope toys - Nope
Thick rubber toys - Nope
Nylabones - Nope

I'm just looking for any ideas anyone might have to keep a toy longer than a day lol. Let me know if anyone has any good ideas
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Kong. Buy a few. Fill with peanut butter and freeze.

The black rubber lasts longer if needed. My pit has yet to wear out a red one though.
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Kong. Buy a few. Fill with peanut butter and freeze.

The black rubber lasts longer if needed. My pit has yet to wear out a red one though.
she tore up a kong toy at one point but i never tried the frozen peanut butter thing. I may give that a shot
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http://www.dogtuff.com

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Buy her am actual bone for that ocd chewing. She can focus on that and have the others as actual play toys. The tuff brand works well. If she is chewing up a rope then the tire toys may not last well either. The Kong brand is great even their squeaky toys are good and last a bit.
It seems like she needs something to focus the chewing. Try the bones, or a deer antler. My rott can down a raw hide in like no time but still had bones and antlers that she has been chewing on for months.

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toys brans jw ????
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Hardcore Fire Hose. These things are pretty damned tough.

EDIT: I think this is the smaller size... they do come in multiple sizes.
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Chuckit balls. My dog tears up tennis balls and eventually made his way through nylabones. He has yet to tear up a chuckit ball.
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Kong. Buy a few. Fill with peanut butter and freeze.

The black rubber lasts longer if needed. My pit has yet to wear out a red one though.
+2 on the Black rubber Kong

Only toy that my parents Presa Canario wouldnt destroy in a matter of a few days.


Cool little car related story behind the invention of the kong dog toy.


They were invented by a dog owner who was replacing some suspension components on a old VW micro bus, I guess his dog took a liking to one of the rubber bushings that is shaped exactly like the current day kong toy and viola light bulb went off in his head and now I am sure has made a fortune.
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