|Toy Feature||Tough Chewer||Exercise||Dental, Tough Chewer||Tough Chewer||Dental, Tough Chewer|
|Material||Rubber||Rubber||Nylon||Rubber||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys|
My standard poodle destroys EVERY "indestructible" toy. I've tried everything. This is the one toy that she can't break or rip. She loves it! She picked it up right out of the Chewy package and started playing with it before it was even out of the packaging.
As the nickname states, I label my dog as a “champion chewer”. She can easily destroy anything she sets her teeth to. We found this tire at a store in February, and it’s held up. It’s one of her favorites, so it sees a lot of play time, and even more chew time. After five months of heavy chew time the Tirebiter is still going strong (minus a couple chewed off treads).
My buddy loves the tires and playing tug with them. Unfortunately the large tire is not sized as it shows. The description says 8.5 inches and it’s only 6 inches leaving no room between his mouth and our hands. Quality is fine but the size is disappointing.
My rottweiler is a heavy chewer. I ordered this toy over a year ago, and it's still going strong
We have a 25ish lb mini retriever, and she isn't a chewer per se, but she IS a nibbler. She will find the weakest part of a toy, and begin her assault when she finds it. And find it she will, because she's part poodle. This toy took less than 10 minutes, and frankly, I can't even be mad about it, I'm impressed. I thought FOR SURE this was going to be more durable, because I had heard such great things about these years ago. Alas, we're in 2023, and this did not live up to the hype. She got her rotten little dog mouth with her rotten little dog teeth around that inner edge, and it was game over. She nibbled off a whole section. I looked away for 2 minutes, and my partner said, "She's already nibbled off three parts." And so she had. If you have a nibbler, probably don't get this. If you have a slightly less clever dog, that isn't in the MENSA of destruction league, this might work. I do wonder if getting a bigger size might work, or a smaller size, but I will have to consider if I'm smarter than my dog first.
Our 35 lb American Bully prefers her benebones, but when she’s chewing on this tire she isn’t immediately biting chunks out of it like with most rubber toys.
Zoey had a lot of fun with the tire but Zoey won after 11 days. She managed to chew the sidewall up and it was time to trash it. Fun while it lasted, but to date only Kong toys are tougher than Zoey.
I thought this would be the perfect toy for my dog since he loves to chew shoes but the toy literally sits there. Maybe if a rope was connected to the toy it would be more appealing.
Toy was for my 100 lb dog to play tug with . There is no way that can happen without your hand ending up in the dogs mouth
Found a couple of strays and one is an aggressive chewer. Got this and she wasn’t interested at all. Maybe the smell was overwhelming but whatever it was it failed.