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Puller Standard 11" Fitness Tool Dog Toy, 2 count

Puller Standard 11" Fitness Tool Dog Toy, 2 count

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Los of fun!

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    I bought this because it looked like it would be fun for my pups, though I really had no idea what the intended purpose was meant to be. They have fun fetching it, playing tug with each other.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Remeber "puller" not "chewer"

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    Amazing training, retrieving and pulling item: light weight, soft but durable, floats; I bought it several years ago (it was not on American market back then; got mine delivered from Europe) - there are bunch of fang marks on it but it is still intact. Just remember that it is designed for activities for 2 + participants, be ready to participate (somebody will have to pull or throw); this is why its called "puller" not "chewer." Fun, fun, fun!!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for my herding breed!

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    I didn't think this toy was much of anything, but thought I'd try it out since it had good reviews. I'm so glad I did!! It took a bit for my herding dog to understand what the point was (he's not a natural fetching dog), but now that he does, he's so excited to see me get this out! The little comic is super helpful on how to use this, and my dog is always so tired after 15-20 minutes of play.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not for a chewer

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    Well made and could be a lot of fun. Unfortunately, my dog GSD Gabriel, aka JAWS, was able to dismember it in 3 minutes.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice chewing material.

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    Always looking for new toy for my “Destructor”. I often measure success in minutes rather than hours/days. 21 seconds is his record from handing him a toy until it’s totally dismantled. This is going to last. Softish plastic that gives some resistance but pleasant on his teeth. Great outside. Nice for tugging. Con: it’s large and firm. Left laying around you can turn an ankle. It CAN be chewed up. My dog just leaves pieces in a small pile, but could be a problem for other dogs.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not for a English bulldog

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    Thought it might make it more than 5 minutes but not with my English bulldog. If you have a power chewer wouldn't recommend.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Pup loves them. I love them.

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    I've wanted these for a while but only just realised Chewy had them. They arrived today and they are a LOT of fun. They're meant to be used together at the same time, it's not one to use and a spare. They're bouncy, roll well and are easy to throw. Make sure you read the enclosed comic on how to use them properly or look it up online. In only one session I had my Terv boy chasing one ring down, bringing it back and dropping it at my feet as I threw the second ring in the opposite direction for him to chase. Played this for a while and he was exhausted and so so happy. He did question the material the first time he bit into it as it is different than our other toys but he quickly got over I've wanted these for a while but only just realised Chewy had them. They arrived today and they are a LOT of fun. They're meant to be used together at the same time, it's not one to use and a spare. They're bouncy, roll well and are easy to throw. Make sure you read the enclosed comic on how to use them properly or look it up online. In only one session I had my Terv boy chasing one ring down, bringing it back and dropping it at my feet as I threw the second ring in the opposite direction for him to chase. Played this for a while and he was exhausted and so so happy. He did question the material the first time he bit into it as it is different than our other toys but he quickly got over it and then the game got really good. Can't speak to how long they'll last as this is my first set of Puller rings. You should definitely expect them to have lots of tooth marks in them as soon as you start playing with them. From what I've seen this is completely normal due to the material used to make them gentle on teeth and gums. Make sure you look at the breed recommendations and get the correct size for your dog. … more

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