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Multipet Lamb Chop Squeaky Plush Dog Toy

Multipet Lamb Chop Squeaky Plush Dog Toy

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    Javelin’s Favorite Toy

    By Javelinmom on Oct 9, 2020

    I’ve purchased several of these lambs for my dog , she goes for the squeak but it takes her awhile ( this is intentional) she lays and chews on it while I’m on the tread running or while I’m practicing yoga , for an inexpensive stuff toy it holds up well , there’s squeaks everywhere in the lamb and it I’ve purchased several of these lambs for my dog , she goes for the squeak but it takes her awhile ( this is intentional) she lays and chews on it while I’m on the tread running or while I’m practicing yoga , for an inexpensive stuff toy it holds up well , there’s squeaks everywhere in the lamb and it makes a great tug of war toy , did I say that Javelin is a mix of Bull Terrier and Dalmatian? She is strong and could rip the lamb apart but she does selective chewing , I replace the lamb when I see a piece of stuffing on the floor , all in all a great squeak toy that is pretty durable . … more

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    Poor design for a dog toy

    By TinaK on Oct 24, 2020

    My dog loved Lambchop, for the two days it lasted. She's not a chewer, but rather shakes her toys and throws them around the room. But of course being a dog, her teeth are sharp and catch all too easily in the KNIT yarn of its stuffed face, which promptly unravels. The day after she got the toy I had My dog loved Lambchop, for the two days it lasted. She's not a chewer, but rather shakes her toys and throws them around the room. But of course being a dog, her teeth are sharp and catch all too easily in the KNIT yarn of its stuffed face, which promptly unravels. The day after she got the toy I had to sew the gaping sides of the yarn together where this had indeed happened, though the edges of unraveled yarn aren't very solid. A day later, Lambchop's face was almost half unraveled, with the tightly packed stuffing bulging out. I didn't have the heart to take it because she was having so much fun. Unfortunately, the following day the entire face was simply not there. Even though the whole toy is intact except the face, I took it away to prevent the stuffing from being scattered around my house. Since the rest is brand new I've kept it, hoping to figure out how to sew a face on this doll. It's just not realistic, frankly; I'd spend more in money and time than the toy cost. Why anyone would use a knit cover for a dog toy is puzzling. … more

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