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8-piece Holiday Time Dog Toy Stocking (2 colors) $4.49 + Free store pickup at Walmart

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I had a typo on the price the correct price is $4.49 instead of $4.48
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Not saying it was this brand or set. But my dog (80lb mutt mix) started playing with one of these on Christmas and later that day was puking and lethargic. We didn't bring any of his other toys knowing he was getting these that day. Could have been totally unrelated but I worry what this cheap China junk get sprayed with and with all the iffy treats that come from there. Just keep an eye on your furry friends!
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Not saying it was this brand or set. But my dog (80lb mutt mix) started playing with one of these on Christmas and later that day was puking and lethargic. We didn't bring any of his other toys knowing he was getting these that day. Could have been totally unrelated but I worry what this cheap China junk get sprayed with and with all the iffy treats that come from there. Just keep an eye on your furry friends!
I do agree with you and would never buy treats that are made in china. But it is hard to find play toys that are made in the USA.
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I do agree with you and would never buy treats that are made in china. But it is hard to find play toys that are made in the USA.
I agree, I just try and stay away from super low end stuff. Amazon has been having tons of really good toys for cheap 1-5 bucks that have held up for me -- and my dog destroys the cheap stuff.
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Great find....it looks like they are offering BOGO free now
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If you can find it in store, it rang up a little over a dollar for me.
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Not saying it was this brand or set. But my dog (80lb mutt mix) started playing with one of these on Christmas and later that day was puking and lethargic. We didn't bring any of his other toys knowing he was getting these that day. Could have been totally unrelated but I worry what this cheap China junk get sprayed with and with all the iffy treats that come from there. Just keep an eye on your furry friends!
Our dog has the same issue with these. To be fair, she destroys them, but never gets sick with other toys. We have stocked up on these after Christmas in the past for dogs that are easier on them, but when they start pulling out stuffing seems to be the problem. And the tennis balls- they cause everyone GI problems...
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