Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 200
Rated 5 out of 5
by KartofflMuter I bought 2 lambs- 5+ years ago
I bought a big box of 25 toys and spent $100. My vicious biter and chewer ate them up in 2-5 days each. She also went through 1-2 full-sized pig ears a day.She weighs 7 pounds.She's half mini chi and half mini dachs. Thank goodness I bought the ears.I have a house filled with 200-300 yr old antiques.No-you can't play tugging games with the lamb.My dog loves the snout of the lamb as a pillow. She loves to dig for the squeaker. I have a spool of quilting thread and a needle ready and when she rips one,it goes out of circulation and she gets the other one. I stuff the stuffing back in, reinforce the sticking and wait for the next seam to go. Once she has torn them all, it's months between repairs.The quilting thread is strong.We move in November and she noticed a box on the floor with a lamb in it and got very excited.My husband had to occupy her with a walk and a green and a carrot so I had time to repair it. It's time to replace it. Don't throw them out. Repair them. They wash perfectly with whites. I wash her beds and blankets. They are good as new after 12 years. Waste not want not? Put the money into better food and a halter instead of a collar. I crocheted matching blankets, round to match the beds. She peeks through the holes.
Wonderful dog. She grows and pretends to bite but never makes contact however she can eat those ten inch rawhide bones easily. I'm buying 3 more.
August 12, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5
by MissysMom Large and fun, wish it was more durable.
My puppy loves this oversized toy, she is a lab mix currently 25lbs at 14.5 weeks. She is not a crazy chewer and I've bought 20+ toys so far that are all still pretty intact.
This toy unfortunately is not well made, and it's sad because she loves it. The tongue was made of a felt like material (was...) which she chewed out off in about 2 minutes of having it. It ripped off in a stringy way and was all rope-y like in her mouth, I had to swipe it out of her mouth and then cut the remaining tongue off. I would recommend you do so immediately before giving this toy to your dog. The paws on the toy are made of the same material and they're very, very easily punctured and torn. The little sewn nose instantly unraveled. It also has a squeaker, but just one located in the middle of the huge body so it's very difficult to squeak - my pup has yet to squeak it herself.
Despite the durability I still think it's a nice toy for the price (size wise), I wouldn't recommend playing tug with it or for very heavy chewers. Puppies will probably like to carry it around!
May 27, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by mswr Not recommended
My 12 lb Shih Tzu destroyed this in days. Sorry but can't recommend purchasing this toy
August 23, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Doll123 Cute but easily torn up
My tiny puppy shih tzu played with this twice and the seam in the back tore open. I was sad because it's a very cute toy.
August 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Canaryldy Great stuffed toy!
My dog loves these! They can't wait to see who gets it so they can play tug of war.
August 17, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by SeaBreeze Does not stand up to large dogs that chew
I love the plush toy... my doberman loves carrying it around. I wish the manufacturer would double stitch edges so larger dogs don't rip up and tear out stuffing in less than 5 minutes. I've had to sew it up often now and will probably do around the whole toy to secure each seam. Honestly, it's a great toy if your dog doesn't try to destroy it. It's very cute to see your pup carrying something so large in her mouth. If trying to keep it in tact is important to you, then don't buy. If you want to settle that this toy will not last for long and stuffing will be all over... than go for it. Enjoy
July 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimber My dog loved it
My dog enjoyed playing with lamb chop. She likes toys that squeak & that she can chew & tare apart.
August 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lisa She Loves to Gut It, And It's Cheap Enough to Let Her
This is one of only two stuffed animal toys that my dog has ever torn open and pulled all the stuffing out of. She loves it though, so I'm happy to spend $4.80 once a year to let her do it.
August 6, 2016