|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Giant Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Plush Toys||Plush Toys||Plush Toys||Plush Toys||Plush Toys|
My dog loves this moose, it’s the only toy he plays with. When I come home or if a guest comes over, he will get his moose to show off. It’s like a security blanket. It’s rare to see him without his moose. Our other dog plays with it too, but not as much. I think we go through about 6 moose per year, give or take. They only last a week before a hole is made and the stuffing starts to fly. But even after all the stuffing is pulled out and the toy is ripped up, this moose is treated like a precious baby doll. My house always has 2-3 toy moose carcasses scattered around that are played with daily. If you have an avid chewer, please allow play under supervision. Once a hole is made I remove the plastic squeaker. It’s small enough to be a choking hazard if swallowed.
Three years ago, my dog received a Marvin Moose. Since then, she we’ve gotten several other Kong Cozies, but Marvin remains her favorite. Marvin is not invincible; she nib-nibs little holes into him to pull the fluffs out and has squeaked him so many times that the squeaker broke and I finally had to pull it out so it wouldn’t be a choking hazard. But we have periodic stuffy-surgery days for sewing wounds and she’s always the most excited to get Marvin back from the “operating table.” Sadly, he is almost on his last leg. Hopefully Santa Claus will bring her a new Marvin this year.
I purchased this larger stuffed moose for my 8month old Pomsky. He’s 30lbs, and loves anything that has squeakers. He loved the moose! However, he first tore the booty out, grabbed the squeaker brought it to me very proudly lol! I sewed it back together and we now have play time and then I put it up after we are done playing. I find that if I’m buying him anything stuff or that squeaks he has to get to the inside so we play with them and then I give him bones and take the stuffed animals away. Otherwise they I find the living room covered in stuffing and him so very proud he found the middle :)
We have a 60lb border collie who immediately starts gnawing at seam to get to the squicker it takes him less than a hour to get it then he is no longer interested in the toy. It isn't just this toy but all plushies so it would be nice if they were sown with something stronger.
Marvin the Moose arrived at 1:56 PM. By 2:15, both ears were missing. By 2:32, Marvin was mortally wounded. Stuffing is everywhere. I, too, thought that Marvin would be the answer to my 10-month-old mix and her ability to rip through anything. Sadly, I was wrong. RIP Marvin.
Bella likes the Moose, even tho the squeaker is gone out on it already! Still plays with it tho. Working on Tony the Tiger now...hopefully it will be harder for her to demolish. Lol.
The toy is super cute and my dog loved it. I have a beagle and he was able to destroy it in about a week. Stuffing found all over the backyard. Fortunately it wasn't expensive but definitely not meant for a strong chewer.
This has become a favorite toy, along with the KONG jumbo sized alligator & elephant, for my 65 lb shepherd mix. He loves mouthing them. So far he hasn’t been able to tear any up. He brings them to bed to sleep with at night.
The moose is adorable and my 12 pound Coton loves it. She is a chewer. I either cut the part off or sew it. She ruins all cloth toys.
My dog loves to chase the small Kong stuffed animals. I bought him three. I throw them, he chomps a little on them, then goes after another one. Loves the squeaking too.