Keep the good times rolling with Mammoth’s Tirebiter II Dog Toy! This heavy-duty toy is crafted with a new advanced natural rubber material to help it stand up to even longer-lasting play. Mammoth Tirebiter toys are sustainably manufactured in a North American factory and proudly designed and developed in the USA with USA materials. They are also designed with a progressive chew system, which means your pup will slowly start to gain strength as he works his way up in toy size! Roll, toss or tug the tire to encourage interactive play and keep your canine companion engaged and encourage healthy exercise.
Made of a new and improved natural rubber material for added durability.
Designed and developed in the USA with USA materials and sustainably manufactured in Mammoth’s North American factory.
Available in multiple sizes, making it paw-fect for dogs from all barks of life.
Encourages plenty of interactive play.
Especially great for rolling, tossing and tugging.
No toy is indestructible. Supervise your pet when using since small parts can present a choking hazard or internal blockage. Discontinue use if the toy is damaged. Keep out of reach of children.
My Bully has a thing for tires... on everything. So it made so much sense to get one of these! We both love it... it satisfies her infatuation of tires while keeping her safe. Strong and sturdy for the ultimate chewer! I got her the medium... might get her the large too being this one was smaller than expected, but she loves it! As long as she can fit her snoot in it she’s happy :) Great toy!!
If you have a power chewer
on Apr 28, 2020
I would suggest that even if you have a puppy get him this toy in large. I currently have a 75lbs Shar-Pei/Boxer/Pit who has been eating his toys since he was 4 months old. Currently my guy is 2 Years old and CANNOT DESTROY IT. Which is amazing because he makes Kong toys look like they came from the dollar store. And we tried the Kong ball and the Kong bone. I bought this from the Petsupermarket in my area it was $16.99 super duper worth it.
on May 9, 2020
We bought this for our Cane Corso. Only had it for three day but so far it is looking like it is going to be sturdy for us. We got the jolly ball and it lasted for 1.5 days and he had pieces of it every where! He loves s his tire!
Only Toy that hasn’t been destroyed
on Apr 8, 2020
I have an 11 month Mastiff and he makes it his mission to destroy every toy we get him. The record was 2 days. We’ve had this toy now for almost a week and apart from some teeth marks it is still intact!
Waste of money
on May 7, 2020
I have a strong chewer ... but this tire is too much. It’s like rolling a piece of concrete to her. She just ignores it and will have nothing to do withit
on May 18, 2020
Our older dog has loved these in the past...unfortunately they made changes and the quality is gone from this toy!
Take it or Leave it
on Feb 2, 2020
The reviews I read before purchasing were pretty decisive. Either the dog loved it, or they hated it, and I ain't gonna lie, those reviews were pretty accurate. My pups are rather indifferent to it unless I play with it first, or wedge another toy in it so it rolls wildly. I haven't tried smearing peanut butter in it yet, but I'm sure it would get their attention. I'd love to see this product made with some other flavor than "tire".
Not Strong Enough
on Feb 15, 2020
My 9 month old Lab puppy ruined this within a half hour of getting it. Granted he's a power chewer and loves destroying toys, but this didn't last for very long at all before he had many big chunks broken off. I've had much better "tire" type of toys that were significantly stronger than this before. This is also pretty small for a large tire.
Maybe for a smaller dog!
on May 9, 2020
I bought this hoping my dog wouldn’t be able to destroy it so quick, but he had it shredded by the end of the day.
on Mar 4, 2020
Took our dog about 20 minutes to put a hole in it. Not worth the money if you have a dog that likes to chew. The label says Mammoth TireBiter II with a picture of a large dog holding it in his mouth. It also says "for strong chewers" - not.