Toys idea

Discussion in 'Cane Corso' started by mmmcc, Apr 20, 2019.

  1. mmmcc

    mmmcc Member

    George loves toys, specially ropes and any material toys but...they last 5 min and I need to clean up the mess after him, lol.
    He uses chewable plastic toys but definitely prefer material based ones.

    Any idea what works for your dog?
     
  2. Smokeycat

    Smokeycat Well-Known Member

    I have found it depends on the toy. Some that I thought would be destroyed within minutes are still intact months later despite both dogs attempts to dismember them. Some heavy duty toys were torn apart with in a day.
     
  3. mmmcc

    mmmcc Member

    any pictures of 'survived toys' ?
    Whatever i brought was destroyed happily in 10-15 minutes!
     
  4. Steven C

    Steven C Active Member

    I would try tugs made out of I think a thick canvas or some type of PVC material. I have one and the trick is to keep it away and never let the dog get a hold of the handles or sit and play with it alone. It will become a special toy for him that only the 2 of you play with. Other then that I freeze 5 Kongs filled with Peanut butter which keeps her occupied. She spends hours trying to figure out how to get the peanut butter that's deep, so she puts it up high and rolls it off the edge of things, like the edge of the couch or coffee table. So a small piece will come out once in a while. Plus chews it and ive been lucky with not breaking too many of them.
     
  5. Smokeycat

    Smokeycat Well-Known Member

    The crocheted toys are over 4 years old and not only have no damage but the squeaker in ducky still works. They were a gift from a member to replace a christmas gift (other crocheted toys) that had been destroyed by the dogs. The dragon was bought the start of April and despite several prolonged attempts by Kryten to rip the fire out of its mouth, the only change from when it was in the store is it needs a bath.
     

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  6. mmmcc

    mmmcc Member

    Thanks! it gives me some ideas!!!
     
  7. DennasMom

    DennasMom Well-Known Member

    We still have some of Hectors crocheted toys, too!

    We also have some Fluff & Tuff toys - they have taken a beating, and still survive!
    ... my sister's border collie, who has razors for teeth, can chew through them, but Denna hasn't been able to do more than put a small tear in the ear of her tiger.

    https://www.amazon.com/Fluff-Tuff-FT021-Boomer-Tiger/dp/B00ADCA99C

    Here's her with the Fluff & Tuff Fish - when new, and after one full year of playtime.
    https://www.facebook.com/303661206377738/photos/a.303666043043921/1260362860707563
    https://www.facebook.com/303661206377738/photos/a.303666043043921/1260363450707504
     
  8. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    We use the fluff and tuff toys. The dogs still eventually destroy them but they last much longer than any other stuffed toys.
     
  9. Zeela

    Zeela Well-Known Member

    Zeela loves a soccer ball, we always find a free one at the park. :rolleyes:
     
  10. midcont

    midcont New Member

    get a 10" jolly ball and a roll of rope from home depot to make tug toys
     
  11. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    Jolly balls and ropes don't last long in our home. For balls I found that the tiny nerf for dogs footballs last much longer than anything else. Real soccers and basketballs (also tennis balls) are demolished pretty quickly. But these tough tiny nerf balls for dogs last us forever. I think we've found them on Amazon and also occasionally at Target.

    I am pretty sure Kahlua and Diesel would win the championship for Destructo-Dogs.
     
  12. mmmcc

    mmmcc Member

    Tried fluff and tuff couple things. Last 10 min, lol. He loved them but I don't like to pick up stuffing all around the house. any rope get destroyed in 10--30 min max. But looking from the good side he didn't touch any furniture or wall ever!
     
  13. Brinks

    Brinks Member

    We love elk antlers. Not the ones cut in half or with a pointed end, the round and thick kind. We get them on Amazon for $50 (pricey but last for months). We monitor how long Brinks has it though, maybe 1-2 hours then it gets put away- if we let him chew too long and his old gums get too roughed up.
    We also have the super strong (Black) Kong toys. They’ve lasted us 6 years.
     
  14. Courtney H

    Courtney H Active Member

    My dogs love these ones:

    https://www.chewy.com/hartz-chew-n-...MIu9Gaquex4gIV1AOGCh2V8QhBEAQYASABEgIElPD_BwE

    They are the only toy they can't destroy! My dogs will destroy all the Kong toys that are supposed to be indestructible. And they love a nice raw marrow bone from the meat counter ;)
     
  15. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    We have done the hartz before too. They don't destroy them as much but they also get bored with them pretty quickly. But like your's mine can destroy a kong. They can destroy anything. I'm not sure there is an indestructible toy when it comes to our dogs.
     
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  16. Zeela

    Zeela Well-Known Member

    We find the Kong Frisbee to be the indestructible one.
     

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