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Old 12-01-2015, 12:22 AM
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Question What are good toy options for a large and small dog home?

Hello everyone! So I have a Miniature Schnauzer, Frankie and a Pit mix, Teagan. They're both around 2 years old and best friends. They are constantly chasing each other around the house and backyard. Unfortunately I haven't been able to keep any good toys around due to my Pit wanting to chew the stuffing out of anything that has it. So all I have are Kong and rope toys because that's all that lasts. I feel bad because I know my Mini Schnauzer would sometimes like a softer toy without his sister demolishing it.

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I have the same problem with my dog. I got her a toy made out of firehose material. Half of them that I have gotten have a water bottle in them and half have stuffing. Your pit will still be able to tear it up, but it will definitely slow down the time. One can last sometime two to three months without is watching her. Other suffed toys, if we don't watch her and take it away when she starts tearing it, can last up to a week or two if they are lucky.
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