|Toy Feature||Electronic||Squeaky, Training, Exercise||Squeaky||Squeaky||Squeaky|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Fleece||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Plush Toys||Plush Toys||Plush Toys||Plush Toys||Plush Toys|
Okay, my previous dogs would have ripped this to shreds. But my current dog only likes to bite Mr. Bill -- a lot. Yes, he screams over and over again. Sounds more like "I"m dy-y-y-y-ying" to me than "Oooh Noooo" however. Eventually the sound box is crushed and he shuts up. We're on our third Mr. Bill, as even my gentle dog finally wears him out. Worth every penny.
This is my second Mr. Bill! My shih tzu, Phoebe, loves this toy! She took it "under her wing" so to speak. She takes it to bed every night, and pulls it out of her crate every morning. I gave this one to my sister to keep at her house when we go to visit, so as to have a familiar toy to play with!
Our boys love any fuzzy toy and tend to play with them for a while before systematically removing noise makers and/or stuffing. Our pointer mix is the worst and will pull seams apart. With Mr Bill, he’ll ever so gently take him (especially when he says “oh noo”) and carry him around. When allowed, our boxer mix will chew a little more aggressively, but I’ve honestly rarely seen them treat a toy this respectfully. I’m ordering another one so they each can have one. Definitely recommend!
I loved Mr. Bill as a kid, and thought my Chihuahua would get a kick out of this toy. It’s very cute, and I do love the “oh no!”. Quinn, my dog, is really fond of him. He chews on his nose and mouth, and puts him in his bed. All of that said, and having had this toy only a few weeks, I am super bummed because his arm is already ripped. Quinn doesn’t even hold him by the arm, so it really does not have the reinforced stitching as stated. The stuffing is already coming out. I am not sure if I can fix it, or if I will have to toss it.
I purchased this toy over a month ago and it works just fine. No issues with voice box that some have encountered. However I can understand their disappointment as the Oh No sound is what makes the toy. My yorkie enjoys playing with Mr. Bill and it has been very durable thus far. My yorkie is not an aggressive chewer though.
This is the second Mr. Bill dog toy I’ve bought. Dog parents “of a certain age” will love hearing Mr. Bill’s lament when your dog bites Mr. Bill’s belly! I gave it 4 stars because it’s not very durable, but it sure makes my dog happy and my friends who used to watch Mr. Bill on SNL will get such a kick out of watching my dog play with this toy!
I actually bought this for a friend, as a gift. We grew up in the Mr.Bill time Era. My dog destroys any toys like this
I think I like it more than my dog does! It’s so cute and it brings back memories of the original SNL. My furry kid likes it though. She likes to make it say OH NO! And she chews even more.
This is my dog’s favorite toy by far. I’m buying him a second one right now because there is a tear in Mr Bill’s belly unfortunately. I highly recommend the toy only if you are 100% focused on supervising your dog while they play with it because it does have batteries and a plastic voice box inside the toy, not a traditional squeaker.
Dogs were excited about this when I unpacked it. He got out two “Oh No!s” before that stopped working. Now he just lets out a static-y demonic moan that freaks them out. My larger dog just barks at him from the other side of the room.