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Deciding upon appropriate toys for your doggy.

21 comments

  1. so basically dont buy your dog any toys

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  2. Ice cubes????

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  3. This was very informative- thank you very much 🙂

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  4. This is stupid. Dogs can have any bones, and don't cook them, it makes them weak…

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  5. The "hair" on the tennis ball. I'm pretty sure everyone that has a dog has a tennis ball. And rubber is less safe than dog hair. I agree that some things like toys that have stuffing and strings in it that can simply be eaten by dogs are understandable. But some toys are safe but you say there unsafe. Like toys with one hole. Those are ok and I'm pretty sure a dog wouldn't just stick there tongue in a hole for no reason. Way too safe. But some info was great.

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  6. So… nothing is safe…

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  7. Tongues removed or amputated ? My word

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  8. Who else was shopping onlin then after this video they just started the car and went shopping

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  9. This was very helpful and much appreciated!

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  10. she scares me!!!

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  11. wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to safe

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  12. 1:25 "dogs having their tongues removed or amputated "
    What kinda bullshit is that? How about to just drill another hole to the toy to release the suction effect?

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  13. Here's what to get your dog if your dog is tiny give it a ping pong my puppy learned to play fetch with it

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  14. aaaaaa I am running around collecting toys thanks so much

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  15. you scare me

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  16. if your dog chews a lot i have done a video on the top indestructible dog toys:

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  18. Ok I'm sorry but you guys are just too safe

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  19. Is it ok for a dog to play with the long "stuffingless" toys under supervision??

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  20. WOW!!! This is the most informative video I have watched on anything dog related. I am getting a Goldendoodle in a couple of weeks and this helped a lot!!

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  21. I sell a wide range of Kong toys designed for tough and strong dogs, all tested by my Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is a very active chewer 🙂 Look for The Little Big Pet Stop on Facebook, or email me for more info rach_u_05@hotmail.co.uk

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