No matter how much chewing, throwing, and rough-pup punishment this bear endures, he keeps coming back for more! The Megalast Bear Dog Toy from JW Pet is made from ultra-durable Thermo Plastic Rubber, allowing it to take on the toughest play, biggest bruising, and stay around long enough to become your best friend's best toy. Perfect for games of fetch in the water, too. Who knew bears could float?
Made from durable TPR material that holds up to tough play
Vanilla scent entices dogs and makes chewing even more fun
A long-winded squeaker for added entertainment
Suitable for teething puppies, perfect for interactive play
Colors vary (blue, green or red) - You choose the size, color ships at random!
So after spending hours online and reading reviews I figure I try this toy out! My pit bull is hard to find toys and waste money for them to be destroyed with in hours. Well got it in today and after a hour she already took off the foot. How easy that was for her, she didn't even care it squeaks just was able to chewy a foot off. At this rate she have the whole thing apart by end of night! If have a really strong chewer and tired of wasting money on toys that don't last keep looking! It great for all my other dogs they won't get threw it easily but not the one I swear if I let would chew threw metal lol
on Jun 21, 2017
Our 75 pound Pit/Lab doesn't want any part of this toy. If you squeak it he runs! The toy appears well made and I think it might hold up to Jake's tough chewing. So we will wait and see. He usually loves all his toys from Chewy - this is the first one that squeaks and tough guy Jake won't go near it.
Not bad for chewers
on Jun 12, 2017
One of my dogs is a major chewer and this bear has lasted us a week so far. The squeaker didn't last long, but the bear itself is still intact and is constantly being chewed on. It's also fun to throw because it bounces at an unusual angle which keeps my dog guessing where it's going to go.
AWESOME SQUEAK !!
on May 24, 2017Top 250 Contributor
My two German Shepards, one, a pup of just six months and the "Big Guy" eight years old. They love JW Squeaky Toys. And this "Megalast" has an awesome squeak ! Weeks of play and this "Megalast" is "Lasting" and is still "as good as new", the squeak is typical JW, a long squeak and the Bear, a heavier rubber toy, not a thin walled toy..And it has that vanilla flavor which the dogs dig !
Not for tough chewers
on Apr 24, 2017
After reading through the reviews, I got this for my German Shepherd. It has a really nice vanilla scent and he likes to carry it around. He popped the squeaker out almost immediately and ripped an ear off after about a month. He still has it and occasionally picks it up and carries it around with him and chews on it. I think this toy would be better for dogs who aren't strong chewers.
JW Megablast Bear Dog Toy
on May 28, 2017
Both of my dogs enjoy this toy. They are avid chewers and like the squeak this toy makes. 99% of squeak toys are destroyed within 20 minutes. The bear has only "lost" it's feet so far. I will purchase another Megablast chew toy with my next pet food order.
One of the first toys my rescue dog has ever played with
on Mar 31, 2017
My dog came to me not really understanding how to play. She was about a year old, had recently had a litter, and was very nervous and passive. I bought her a bunch of toys, but she really only seemed to like antlers and Kong bones stuffed with treats. When I gave her toys, she had no idea what to do with them (though she did tear apart everything soft and all the cat toys she found). It's almost a year later, and my pup has finally learned to play a bit--and this toy was the breakthrough. I think because it's tough enough to withstand chewing, but has that not-too-loud squeaker in it, she decided that it was actually fun to chomp on it over and over again, listening to it squeak, and then shakeMy dog came to me not really understanding how to play. She was about a year old, had recently had a litter, and was very nervous and passive. I bought her a bunch of toys, but she really only seemed to like antlers and Kong bones stuffed with treats. When I gave her toys, she had no idea what to do with them (though she did tear apart everything soft and all the cat toys she found). It's almost a year later, and my pup has finally learned to play a bit--and this toy was the breakthrough. I think because it's tough enough to withstand chewing, but has that not-too-loud squeaker in it, she decided that it was actually fun to chomp on it over and over again, listening to it squeak, and then shake her head and run around the house with it.
Is she a playing machine? No. She still prefers antlers and treats to toys, but she is finally getting it that she gets to be a dog and play sometimes too. I just ordered a second bear--so when her "cousin" visits, they can each squeak to their hearts content.… more
It's still alive & squeaking!
on Jun 15, 2017
I have a serious ripper and chewer, he destroys toys pretty quickly. This royalty is somehow still in one piece. It could be because he's a smaller dog?? I'm just shocked it still squeaks.
The dog loved them
on Jun 7, 2017
These little bears were a blast for my dog, mega last may be a bit of an exaggeration, but she loved playing with them. They would bounce in all sorts of directions when she dropped them adding to the fun.
Big Dog Toy for BIG DOGS
on Jun 19, 2017
This is one THICK BIG TEDDY BEAR. It's great to toss outside for our larger German Shepherd puppy. She can't rip this apart. It cleans up good.
Does NOT squeek.