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Dog toys that are tougher than a Bullitt
Some dog breeds have a reputaion for being tough on their dog toys. However, many times it just comes down to the individual dog - regardless of the breed. Who knows why some dogs love to chew so much? But who are we to judge what's fun or not fun!?
Bullitt is the perfect example of an unexpected tough chewer. Bill and Lisa (Bullitt's parents) explain:
“Bullitt is our third golden. The other two never destroyed toys. Then came Bullitt... We are grateful he only chews toys, nothing else, but we have purchased more toys for him in his first year than we did for the others in their lifetimes. That is, until we found the West Paw toys at REI. He can't destroy these! They don't even show teeth marks! He loves them and so do we.”
If you are looking for some tough dog toys, take Bullitt's advice and check out the super durable Zogoflex dog toys. For those dogs that are extreme chewers, be sure to check out the guide for choosing the right tough dog toy for your dog!
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