|Toy Feature||Exercise, Outdoor||Squeaky||Water Toy||Squeaky, Crinkle||Dental|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Ropes & Tug Toys||Ropes & Tug Toys||Ropes & Tug Toys||Ropes & Tug Toys||Chew Toys, Ropes & Tug Toys|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||—||Dental & Breath Care|
Look I'm gonna be real these things are frustratingly great. My dog loves these, she has since she was about 9wks old(she is now 3). It is the only toy she plays with. I have tried buying things of the same material, same colors in any shape. She just isn't interested. I bring her ring back out and she acts like it's her long lost friend. BUT WHY DO THEY HAVE TO BREAK SO EASILY???!!! We had one that lasted about 9months, but I'm lucky if I get a month out of these. The red to green joint is where it breaks every dang time! I don't understand why they can't make it one solid piece, or find some other way to adhere the ends together. I the frustrated fur parent will continue to buy these for my princess, but come on! Oh my dog is a mini bernedoodle she weighs roughly 35 lbs
Goliath, our Mastiff/Border Collie mix killed this thing in fifteen minutes. He is a hard chewer The problem is it did not take long for the ring to be cut which enabled him to fragment this into chunks that are obviously not safe for consumption.
I had purchased a different Kong Twistz toy and it held up to my aggressive chewer. She loves her tug ”stick” and now her “ring”. They’re not showing wear and it must feel good to gnaw on them as well as play.
Our Mella loved it and it was great for the 2 weeks it lasted. Got the Large. After seeing reviews of the small pieces it breaks into with the knowing, I made sure to grab it as soon as it separated from the colors. Still trying to find a Pit-proof toy lol
We purchase this large ring and the matching large twisty ball, they are the best toys we have ever owned. Durable but flexible, they have already surpassed the average life expectancy of toys around here with our 80lb Rottweiler. Rotts have the most powerful bite of any breed so I keep my expectations low- these toys are a 10/10 for us. It’s soft enough that she gets the chewing stimulation she needs, but hard enough that there’s nothing more than surface scratches after 4 full days of chewing. (If you have a power chewer you know 4 days is a long time for a toy to last ) I am a big fan of Kong products, especially this one and that twisty ball. The ring design is nice because you can tug, frisbee toss, or roll it like a wheel. She’s figured out how to put her paws in it so she can give herself extra resistance when she chews.
It has survived our little 11 pound power chewer and I don’t anticipate this not being durable for a long time. Our dog enjoys it and goes chucking it around the house, wearing it and flipping it over their head over. However, I think the size small is still way too big. It’s heavy too. Some dogs might not find it fun because of the weight but our dog doesn’t mind. I think the weight is the only thing preventing this from being our dog’s favorite toy.
I bought this colorful ring to use as tug toy with my 20-lb. pup, who loves the feel of rubber in his mouth. Unfortunately, because he has a small mouth with little teeth, even the small size was too big for him to hold onto for tugging. BUT he absolutely LOVES it as a chew toy and carries it around from room to room, holds it with his paws, flips it over, and settles in to chomp away.
My little pittie loved this toy! He would wear it around his heck and run around the house with it. BUT as soon as he decided it was time for destruction, he chewed right through it leaving chunks of the rubber all over. Disappointed in this Kong toy since they're usually much tougher and the pieces broke off pretty small and are easily swallowed.
This makes a great outdoor play toy. My dog loves to chase after this when I throw it. He also picks it up and takes it out to the spot he layes in to “keep watch”
The only reason I did not rate this toy a 5 is that I was surprised at the size of it. It truly is about 12 inches across. The other chew rings that are similar in the largest size are about 6 inches across so that is what I was thinking this one was going to be. Nope, this one is big, really big. Now that is not to say my pup does not like it, he does. He is just not always sure what to do with it, especially when it flips back over his head and lands on his neck (that is too funny to see). Thank you for reading. It is a sturdy toy and my boy does play with it but not as much as the smaller ones.