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Multipet Empty Nester with Squeakers but No Stuffing Dog Toy

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Mallard
  • Goose
  • Mallard
  • Pheasant
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Description

Now any ol' pup can be a real-life hunting hound! The Multipet Empty Nesters with Squeakers but No Stuffing Dog Toys are realistic fowl friends great for hunting dogs and urban pets alike. The Canadian Goose, Mallard, and Pheasant each have a built in squeaker and life-like coloring, but have no stuffing… meaning there's less mess to clean up after it's been retrieved one too many times.

Key Benefits

  • Squeaky soft dog toy
  • No stuffing means easy, hassle-free cleanups with less mess!
  • Great for chewing, chasing, and interactive play for dogs
  • Realistic fowl friends great for hunting dogs and urban pets alike
  • Assorted styles to choose from: mallard, pheasant, Canadian goose

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  • Item Number
    68037
  • Dimensions
    20 x 2.5 x 2 inches
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Toy Feature
    Noisemaking, Stuffing-Free

Instructions

Great for chewing, chasing, and interactive play for dogs.

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  • Good, but cheap

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    My labrador LOVES this toy, she carries it around like a security blanket. That didn't stop her from chewing the flimsy seam on the stomach open. Luckily I caught it before she could try and eat the stomach squeaker, and I just removed the squeaker and gave it back to her. I would recommend if you're looking for a fun, cheap toy, but be aware that the stitching on the stomach is not strong and easily made a hole big enough for the squeaker to fit through!

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  • Fur pulls off and makes a mess

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    I looked for a toy with no stuffing and thought this would be perfect. The mallard, unfortunately, WAS covered in a fur-type substance that would pull out easily. My dog is a chewer, and I thought she would have fun chewing on this -- but she has made two huge messes with all the fur. It has gone into the trash.

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  • Very cute but falling apart.

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    I wanted to try a fluff free toy because my basset hound puppy tries very hard to pull fluff out of all of his toys. I got the duck toy and he loves it. He carries it around with him everywhere but all of the material is shedding. The gray fuzzy body is leaving hairs all over the house. The thing is going to be bald soon. Very disappointed.

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  • Not durable

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    I have another toy similar to this (a fox) that held up to puppy/young dog abuse for almost two years. I just bought a new fox and saw the duck here and thought I'd get one too-- my dog needs stuffingless toys otherwise all he does is suck on it (weird I know). The duck was in two pieces within a week. Not very durable at all, especially considering a similar stuffingless toy has held up for so long (including countless games of tug-o-war between Goldens).

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  • Daisy loves her soft toys.

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    She really like this one too. I got her the mallard. I'll have to get the other two. She really enjoys it. She chews her toys up pretty good and this one at least will not have stuffing coming out all over and it squeeks..she likes squeeky toys. She enjoys her toys and has them all over the house, going up the stairs, just where she wants them placed.

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  • 4 month lab puppy ripped off head within 3 hours

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    The title says it all. I have a 4 month lab and she really liked the toy, but the head came clean off within a few hours of me giving her the mallard. It looks like it was flimsy stitching between the head and the rest of the body. I'm going to contact chewy for a refund or maybe a replacement

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  • My labs love these toys

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    My two labs absolutely love them, and I love them too because they don't make a stuffing mess if they're torn up. They're so lightweight that even my cat will drag them around lol. I highly recommend to those who have dogs that love soft toys like these but you are wanting to avoid the stuffing messes.

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  • My dog likes it

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    I buy entirely too many toys for my dog. What am I to do? The prices are so great and it gets me over the top to free shipping, so what the heck. Anyway, my boy is very happy with this toy. It is durable enough, but a heavy chewer would likely easily shred it. It is very light weight and won't fly too far when thrown.

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  • No Stuffing a Plus

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    You'd think I would know better than to buy a toy for my foster pit bull who tears things up... He had the squeaker out of the head in less than 20 minutes! He still plays with it so I guess it isn't a total loss and with no stuffing makes it even better. I'd recommend this for a smaller dog who isn't as destructive as a larger dog.

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  • Small pug ripped out squeaker in 1 hour!

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    My 14 lb pug was able to rip out the squeaker in the pheasant (in the body, not the head squeaker) within one hour. Fortunately, she did not eat the squeaker but the small part that squeaks and the thing you squeeze that pumps air through it were found separately on the floor. Chica has almost no muzzle (poor deformed show quality pug--Google "Pug Snort Report" for more pix of her & my other pug, Gus) and had had 8 teeth removed by the breeder before I got her. So, it's not like she's able to put a lot of mouth leverage into the toy.

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