Sunday, April 06, 2008

Firehose Toys

My mom was talking with some other Husky moms, and they were talking about "durable" soft dog toys. Mom said the only soft toys I'd ever had that lasted were made of fire hose. I have two.
The red one is a Bamboo toy. The orange one is made by Katie's Bumpers. Bonus - the squeaker in that one still works!!!. As you can see, I like these toys and have used them too. They are great for tug of war!

13 comments:

  1. Those look like great toys!

    Woo woo, KA

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  2. It is extremely rare to find a stuffie with a squeeky that has NOT been destroyed by a Sibe or Mal!

    Holly

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  3. Indy, we have a toy that looks like that. I don't think it's one of those brands, though.

    One of the doggies (I think it was Lucy) started tearing off the black tape that goes all around it.

    So the Human Assistant took it away. Kinda sad that we can't have stuffies! :-(

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  4. THose look like pawsome huskie toys

    ~ Girl girl

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  5. All my toys still have skhwueakers -

    Does that make me any less of a husky?

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  6. I think after Davy's incident with Wonky and the octopus, Mom is very hesitant to let us have any squishy toys. I've got my work cut out for me, talking her into something like this!
    Love,
    Ams

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  7. Mama already went and looked at Katie's Bumpers!

    Woos,
    Thor

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  8. That might be something we could talk Mom into. She doesn't think there's much of anything we can't shred, puncture, rip, or eat.
    ECHO

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  9. Wooo! That looks like a good tug toy!!!
    Hugs,
    Sitka

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  10. Mom says I can tear up anything. I'm going to tell her I need to try a firehose toy!
    Kaos

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  11. Those look fun, I think I need one.

    Bear

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  12. I'm intrigued. Ari says she's up for the challenge of proving it un-durable. We'll try some field tests and report back!!

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  13. May be a good toy for our rotties. If it stands up to the Husky test, it may be worth a look.

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