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Pink pig. Realistic animal sound
Suitable for dogs of all sizes
Size: 7 inches

https://www.amazon.com/Multipet-L...way&sr=8-1

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Contains batteries for the talking sound I assume and multiple reviews about how it can be ripped and fall apart and then batteries can be eaten by your pet
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Contains batteries for the talking sound I assume and multiple reviews about how it can be ripped and fall apart and then batteries can be eaten by your pet
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[Reposting and updating my previous comment from 9/18 on this product for obvious reasons]

It's almost like this is regular price

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My dog destroyed her first multipet in minutes. She was intent on removing the telltale heart. Once she did, she walked away. I don't let her play with toys like that unattended. Before it's all over, I'll have a collection of bodiless 'voice boxes'.
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My dog destroyed her first multipet in minutes. She was intent on removing the telltale heart. Once she did, she walked away. I don't let her play with toys like that unattended. Before it's all over, I'll have a collection of bodiless 'voice boxes'.
Yes it's not a big deal if the dog is supervised. Even if unsupervised I actually don't think many dogs would necessarily try to swallow the batteries (the stuffing is possibly more attractive to them). I think the larger concern is when the dog rips the toy apart and the batteries are available for a child to swallow.
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Yes it's not a big deal if the dog is supervised. Even if unsupervised I actually don't think many dogs would necessarily try to swallow the batteries. I think the larger concern is when the dog rips the toy apart and the batteries are available for a child to swallow.
Kids are so stupid.
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Thank you! Bought 3 different kinds of this toy for my 3 doggies a couple weeks ago. I was a bit unsure about the voicebox with the batteries, but my dogs love these more than any other toy they have and they have tons of toys. Just got 3 more again. Thanks for the heads up!
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Darn was looking for an inexpensive 'Polar Bear' dog toy for a friend.
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edit, too late to buy. Darn.
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