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5 stars, definitely a West Paw customer for life. #ChewyTeamRated We've had this toy for nearly a year, originally intended for our Husky nephew-pup & our Rottie mix. When we adopted our 6 month old Polish hunting dog in August, it quickly became one of his two favorites that he carries around the house and chews constantly. He is an extremely heavy chewer, and it has survived the last 6 months (he just turned 1 y/o), and just now needs replacing.
I bought this product on the recommendation of a previous customer, who said that it was very tough and lasted forever for her agressive chewer! My 2 1/2 year old beagle/lab mix tore it apart in 5 minutes. I agree that she loved the toy, but it's now in the trash as I was afraid of her swallowing the parts she chewed off!!! Better luck to others!
It lasted less than a week. Pup was able to chew little pieces off the ends and ended up throwing it out due to concern of the pup ingesting it.
The flex chew toy was the correct item I was looking for kinda pricey & shipping was high. After I received my order in the mail from chewy a offer for discount off my next order.The toy last a long time no need for discount.
Soft enough that it doesn't feel like pup is breaking teeth while chewing. Durable enough that it should last a while. Great color and easy to clean too. Pup enjoys chewing and tossing it around.
After looking for a chew toy that isn't hard plastic, reading reviews, this one fit the bill for our little 7 lb shih-poo. She is an aggressive chewer so we had to find chew toys that wouldn't harm her teeth. We gave her this and the green GoughNut ring and by far this was the winner. The green GoughNut ring is too thick and heavy for her to pick up and carry around with her or get her teeth around it, so the Zogoflex wins!
My big guy (88#) loves to swim and when we're out hiking we just grab a stick for him to retrieve. He'll do it as long as we let him, but he usually ends up chewing the stick and ingesting pieces of it....which he then throws up at 3 am. I wasn't sure if he'd go for this, but he loves it and I don't have to worry about him getting sick, This thing is hearty and Jake's a very heavy chewer. The Hurley now has a permanent place in the hiking pack. Happy dog, happy mom.
I read a lot of reviews where dogs were able to chew through these toys. I don't know how they are doing it, unless there was a material defect. We have a bunch of these bones, treat dispenser toys and balls by Westpaw, and my German Shepherd, who can chew through anything, cannot destroy these toys.
My dog absolutely loves it and I see it lasting pretty much forever. He loves to both fetch it and chew on it. It’s expensive but worth it.
I love these bones for my 3 dogs, we have 3 of these bones, they can chew on them and flip them around in the house and they don’t bang on my hardwood floors. They like carrying them around and it satisfies their craving to chew. They can chew off bits if they get really aggressive but they come right out when they go potty, or I find bits on the floor and just pick them up.