Dog toy that lasts a month on constant chewing!

Posted August 08, 2012

 

All dogs are born with some amazingly strong jaws... but some dogs are in a whole other category. Meet Reba. She is a two and a half year old Pit Bull from California. This sweet little girl can put dog toys to the test! It is rare when a dog can damage a Tux dog toy... but Reba manages to eventually do it. However, Reba's Mom is delighted that the Tux dog toy lasts about a month before Reba can destroy it. No other dog toy comes close to lasting that long - and Reba loves these dog toys!

“Our little girl LOVES her tux, we buy about 4-5 at a time, when she finally chews through them, she has 3 new balls that are her “outside dog toys” a re-life and she loves them all over again. She chewed through kongs and every other dog toy we got her in no time at all. An employee of your suggested the tux dog toy for her and this has been her "go to" toy for about 2 years now. She is a pit and a blissfully aggressive chewer. She is like a little girl with her doll; she carries it everywhere with her and brings the toy to bed with her. If she is not chewing the dog toy, she will usually have at least one paw on it, and she always knows where it is. She likes the feel of it when she has it in her mouth and she squeezes the balls. It works for us that they are not round, therefore bounce in any direction, keeps her on her toes. We have purchased a few of your dog toys, but the tux is the only dog toy that takes her a long time to destroy...... I mean about a month of constant chewing.
Also, that picture is not a set up, this is actually where she put her toys.”

Carol & Reba
Corona, CA

 

Pit Bull (Reba) cuddles on the couch with her favorite tough dog toys - the Tux dog toys

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