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Old 02-15-2017, 05:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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My boxer is not allowed a bed anymore, don't know what she has against them but she just ripped them up. She sleeps on a memory foam bath mat from Costco which has lasted over a year.

We tied a jolly ball to a rope and hung it from a tree, she will play with it until we stop her and has ruined the grass underneath it! other toys she loves .. 2 teenage boys!
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Old 06-06-2017, 11:56 PM   #12 (permalink)
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My boxer is not allowed a bed anymore, don't know what she has against them but she just ripped them up. She sleeps on a memory foam bath mat from Costco which has lasted over a year.

We tied a jolly ball to a rope and hung it from a tree, she will play with it until we stop her and has ruined the grass underneath it! other toys she loves .. 2 teenage boys!


I got a Primo Pad. No more destroying beds


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Old 06-08-2017, 01:36 PM   #13 (permalink)
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There are some new toys we will try from the feedback on here.

We have one strong chewer- he can destroy a tennis ball in about a minute or less. We gave up on those long ago.

We've heard bad things about rawhide so we stay away from it. Our boys liked the real bones, but our vet said they can break their teeth and to avoid them.

We usually buy Kong toys for them now, either the black or red rubber for the solid products- they like the dual tugger either for them to play with each other, or with us.

We like the kong wubbas and some of their plush toys. The plush toys we know will be destroyed at some point, but they like them and the squeakers. They can last a good while depending on which toy is their favorite...it's usually the one the other has.

We get them the plush toys sold at Kohl's if they don't have plastic eyes or other things that could come off and be swallowed. We have to watch them more with these and throw them out once they are torn and the stuffing can be picked out- or starts to fall out.

Depending on the age we have gotten rid of toys and are now having to watch that our puppy doesn't try to get anything too hard that belongs to the older boys; and that the older boys don't get the softer rubber chew toys for the puppy.

I've seen the bully boxes advertised but have not tried them. I'd be interested to know if anyone has feedback on these.
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Old 02-11-2020, 08:33 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I give my dogs Benebones and Nylabones they like one called the dinosaur bone too by Benebones there is a wishbone version too. I have given all my boxers Nylabones and never had one break a tooth. My dogs have never needed one dental cleaning either since they get to chew all the time. I take the bones away when they chew the ends off then they are dangerous. I tried pig ears at one time and one of my dogs got it all soft and slobbery and tried to swallow the whole thing so she almost choked on it so no more of those. My Vet told me no natural bones at all. As far toys go I just look for ones I think will be tough but so far there are none I found besides Kongs that they won't eventually destroy just have to watch them!
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