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They are cheap. They last for days. They make noise. They are loads of fun!



Just remember to remove the cap and ring from the top before giving to your doodle!

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amen bryan!!! been doing that with Max for 6mos now!!! best darn toy there is until he somehow rips it :shock: i don't mind though as it takes him about 1/2 hour to do that and has fun till i take it away.
 

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Hershey can chew on one of these cheap toys for days. She has yet to
tear through one, but then again she is just now getting her adult teeth
in. We have abandoned all thoughts of soft, fluffy, stuffed toys forever.

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Bryan,
I think I might go look up some of those old posts of that doodle you used to have that "never" destroyed toys.... :wink: Keep your eye on the couch.... :lol:
 

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Doodledad said:
Hershey can chew on one of these cheap toys for days. She has yet to
tear through one, but then again she is just now getting her adult teeth
in. We have abandoned all thoughts of soft, fluffy, stuffed toys forever.

Bryan
bryan when Max was young i would throw out defuzzed toys ...DON"T!
they love the "dead" cracasses best as i later learned. So once a bit of defuzzing starts, i grab toy finish it for them, then hand back toy Peanut loves these best .

and now back to our reguraly stationed TOPIC
 

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i gave dex a 2L bottle tonight while I ate dinner and put a few pieces of his food in it...hehehe...poor thing was trying to go through it to get the food out. He got it all out eventually, but it was funny to watch.
 

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If Archie finds a plastic bottle when we're out walking he'll pick it up and carry it the whole way. Its like he's trying to keep his path clean.

Another thing on the same lines are gallon milk jugs. We squish them a little (the milk jugs---not the dogs) and then throw it across the lawn...after that the boys go crazy and will play for a long time. It was so funny on snow.
 

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here we love the HUGE Hawaiian Punch jugs that have handles as Max walks around eith the handle in his mouth then bangs into walls etc finally peanut attacks him and the real fun begins
 

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Ok do I have the only dog that can go through
plastic bottles of any kind in under 10 minutes or what????
Bahahhhahahhaahaha
 

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YES!!
max maybe takes 2nd place with...Under 30min

ok who's up for 3rd place?
 

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Lisa :Thanks
I will try one of those bottles as Denver
loves to have one to chew on but he rips them
apart in minutes so I was not giving them to him anymore. :wink: :wink:
 

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blueteal said:
Lisa :Thanks
I will try one of those bottles as Denver
loves to have one to chew on but he rips them
apart in minutes so I was not giving them to him anymore. :wink: :wink:
No problem! The bottles can last over a week even with 2 doodles. Juice bottles with odd shapes work well also they seem to get extra strength with the odd shapes!
 

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Hahahahaha
So now when I shop for the family, I will tell them
that the choice of juice they get depends on how strong the bottle is for Denver to chew on later.
bahahaahahahahaah
 

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blueteal said:
Hahahahaha
So now when I shop for the family, I will tell them
that the choice of juice they get depends on how strong the bottle is for Denver to chew on later.
Isn't that the only way to shop, always with doodles in mind? :wink:
 

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So true Lisa

When hubby wants his favorite blueberry juice,
I will tell him no as the bottle is too flimsy. That should go over well
Bahahaahahahaha
 
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