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    Indestructable Dog Chew Toy Sought

    Looking for a pet shop that sells thick rope chew toys for dogs. Our 65 pound monster is able to destroy most toys in seconds, so want to get her something rugged like the rope toys. All suggestions appreciated.

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    Any of the markets sell tons of that stuff, but I find my rottis destroy event he rope toys.

    Go to the hardware store and just by some thick rope and knot it.
    Or give him the ultimate dog toy, an empty water bottle...

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    Except that the plastic is bad for them when they eat the bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    Except that the plastic is bad for them when they eat the bottle.

    They're Rotti's, not stupids

    Both have a very set agenda when they get a new bottle, chase each other around playing tag with it for a while, then whoever wins gets to keep it.'
    He'll chew the cap off and spit it out, then munch the bottle till it's flat, then they use it like a skateboard in the carport by putting their front paws on it and scooting around on the concrete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    Except that the plastic is bad for them when they eat the bottle.

    They're Rotti's, not stupids

    Both have a very set agenda when they get a new bottle, chase each other around playing tag with it for a while, then whoever wins gets to keep it.'
    He'll chew the cap off and spit it out, then munch the bottle till it's flat, then they use it like a skateboard in the carport by putting their front paws on it and scooting around on the concrete.
    We'll require pics of course, Nec!


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    If I threw an empty water bottle out to my three Labs, one of them MIGHT open an eye just to make sure it wasn't food.

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    Our dog can destroy a water bottle in seconds... Loves it. Milk jugs are a favorite too. Used to be able to find these poly rope toys that were really tough but not lately. Will have to keep my eyes open at the hardware store to see if they have any ship hawser for sale.
    Press On Regardless

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    Fireman Tel is down at JJ market today...Should've PM'd him!

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    Years ago we had a very friendly young pit bull. It's favorite toy was an old car tyre. Kept him happy for ages.

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    Get one of these. Will last at least 24 hours..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Get one of these. Will last at least 24 hours..
    Errr, what is it? A TV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    If I threw an empty water bottle out to my three Labs, one of them MIGHT open an eye just to make sure it wasn't food.
    Just 1 Labrador here but always very happy with an empty water bottle, especially when a few small pebbles are inserted. 20 minutes running like crazy around the garden, sounds of rattling, chewing and crashing into plants, then followed by that pose and face that says "Finished... can I have another one?"

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    I bought a meter long thick rope with knots in toy from JJ market - 2 yrs later and still going strong with three big dogs going at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton
    If I threw an empty water bottle out to my three Labs, one of them MIGHT open an eye just to make sure it wasn't food.
    Similar here, two soi dogs and they would just look at me with a "Nice try dipshit, now bring something edible" expression and roll over.

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    Order online with international shipping Indestructible Dog Toys and Durable Dog Toys for your LARGE Dog

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    When we lived in Cairns Oz, the favourite occupation of our shepherd cross was to de husk old brown coconuts of which there was an endless supply. easy clean up and good mulch a well as keeping her pearlies shining white...

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    They used to sell 'Kong' toys at Shamu Shamu in BKK, and they were pretty much indestructible- give them a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crepitas View Post
    When we lived in Cairns Oz, the favourite occupation of our shepherd cross was to de husk old brown coconuts of which there was an endless supply. easy clean up and good mulch a well as keeping her pearlies shining white...
    Yeah, she loves to chew up coconuts and thought that was a solution initially. Thing is she eats a lot of it and then there is that middle-of-the-night whine where she has to go and drop a load of high-bulk fiber!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thailazer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Get one of these. Will last at least 24 hours..
    Errr, what is it? A TV?
    It's what Dilly's missus bought him to keep him occupied for hours on end.

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    I better go see if its still up there

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    Quote Originally Posted by thailazer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by crepitas View Post
    When we lived in Cairns Oz, the favourite occupation of our shepherd cross was to de husk old brown coconuts of which there was an endless supply. easy clean up and good mulch a well as keeping her pearlies shining white...
    Yeah, she loves to chew up coconuts and thought that was a solution initially. Thing is she eats a lot of it and then there is that middle-of-the-night whine where she has to go and drop a load of high-bulk fiber!
    Hmm ...that could explain why I had to take atleast three doggy doo bags on our evening beach walks. We did have a doggy door flap installed by previous owner for their full size poodle...never saw her use it although I trained her to.

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