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Petsmart Dog & Cat Toys Buy 3 Get 2 Free: Kong Teddy Bear Plush Dog Toy EXPIRED

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PetSmart is offering Buy 3, Get 2 Free on Select Dog & Cat Toys for the prices listed below when you add quantity of 5 (you may mix & match) to cart. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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I have the exact opposite issue. My pug takes care of his toys. He inventories and organizes them. He carries his animal plushies around like they're his babies, tucking them in at various locations. He chews on his non-animal toys and makes them squeak, and he thinks it's hilarious to leave them on chairs for people to sit on like a whoopee cushion. The pug brothers I raised with my ex-wife, on the other hand, had a clear goal with new toys: destroy them as quickly as possible. They went through so many toys that they each had a monthly Barkbox subscription. My current pug has at least a hundred toys in his collection, and probably a hundred in reserve still unopened. Obviously he doesn't need any more toys but it's so hard to pass up good deals on them.

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my new dog is insane and i am trying to get durable chew toys that he doesnt just shred; its an expensive ordeal
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my new dog is insane and i am trying to get durable chew toys that he doesnt just shred; its an expensive ordeal
They're a little pricey but barkbox makes a super chewer box that are durable.
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We have a larger version of the bear here and the dogs all love it. They are all under 30 lbs but they love to play with "Rupert". Held up for months so far…
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my new dog is insane and i am trying to get durable chew toys that he doesnt just shred; its an expensive ordeal
Thes guys goughnuts and Kong are the 2 that hold up against my power chewer pit bull
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my new dog is insane and i am trying to get durable chew toys that he doesnt just shred; its an expensive ordeal
I have the exact opposite issue. My pug takes care of his toys. He inventories and organizes them. He carries his animal plushies around like they're his babies, tucking them in at various locations. He chews on his non-animal toys and makes them squeak, and he thinks it's hilarious to leave them on chairs for people to sit on like a whoopee cushion. The pug brothers I raised with my ex-wife, on the other hand, had a clear goal with new toys: destroy them as quickly as possible. They went through so many toys that they each had a monthly Barkbox subscription. My current pug has at least a hundred toys in his collection, and probably a hundred in reserve still unopened. Obviously he doesn't need any more toys but it's so hard to pass up good deals on them.
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Thes guys goughnuts and Kong are the 2 that hold up against my power chewer pit bull
the issue with durable toys is that they are for jaw strength instead of them tearing and shredding
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I've got a 9 month golden that shreds every single durable kong toy. He usually cuts them open with his front teeth and or gnaws the arms, legs, ropes off with his back teeth
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My girl has destroyed three of these Kong bears but her excitement and happiness when she gets them is totally worth it! I let her keep them until they become either a hazard or just an unidentifiable mess. I have a Kongbox subscription for her and she knows when that box shows up, what it is!
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They canceled my order. I guess they ran out?
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Ordered 4 items (forgot to add a 5th) and they cancelled my free item...What the heck.
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my new dog is insane and i am trying to get durable chew toys that he doesnt just shred; its an expensive ordeal
Highly suggest these: https://www.petsmart.com/dog/toys...57417.html They also sell on Amazon (search Petstages Dogwood).
They are "sticks" but instead of like a real stick from a tree that will splinter (which is dangerous!) these are just made of condensed sawdust basically, so as your dog gnaws through them they... dust. But it doesn't make a mess. Dog mostly eats the wood, but it is safe. (Probably nutritious as far as I know.)
They are hard enough they last a while, but NOT so hard that they harm teeth, like the hard Nylabones that can crack teeth. (We've gone through that ordeal.)
Anyway, our aggressive chewer loves gnawing through these things. And you can usually get them pretty inexpensive and on sale. Then with the time they last (a while, not forever) we find they are the best bang for the buck for a dog intent on gnawing furiously on things.
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With gas nearing $7/gal here in CA and getting 12mpg, the $4.95 shipping is more cost efficient for me!
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my new dog is insane and i am trying to get durable chew toys that he doesnt just shred; its an expensive ordeal
If your dog is an aggressive chewer be careful about hard toys like those nylabone products and similar, they can crack teeth.

Our aggressive chewer loves Kong Wubba line of toys, Charming Pet Tug Dog Toys, and some of the Kong Knots toys. They don't stay whole for long, but she enjoys playing with the remains for a good while after the initial carnage.

I've never seen a toy that is safe for her teeth that can last more than a few minutes, so I'll follow for other suggestions.
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