Good toys for doberman...
Posted 08 April 2010 - 01:55 PM
I have seen some dogs this size on the internet playing with the horse jolly balls?
Links would help me heaps because I will have to find a supplier here who sells them...
Jack (sun conure)
Princess (princess alexandra)
Posted 08 April 2010 - 06:00 PM
Here are some I like:
This thing is amazing! Its actually somewhat lasted
Nylabone Galileo Bone - Souper - - DogToys.com
I love this, its reusable, you put toys in it and they chew the rope to get it, once the rope was killed I put a mini tennis ball in it and it works great:
Amazon.com: Used and New: Premier Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug, Medium/Large
Large rope toys are always a hit here:
Amazon.com: Multipet Nuts for Knots Heavy Duty Large Rope Dog Toy with Tug: Kitchen & Dining
If the dog likes kongs, how about a kong ball?
Kong Rubber Ball Large Dog Toy
For the squeaker lover:
Bamboo Combat Big Kahuna Dog Toys
Posted 08 April 2010 - 06:52 PM
Posted 30 May 2010 - 03:19 AM
Posted 30 May 2010 - 12:47 PM
Newton (Harlequin), Elliot (Scarlet), Handsome (American Saddlebred), Hyah (Miligold)
Warning: Do not let these little innocent faces fool you!
Posted 30 May 2010 - 10:20 PM
I know this is a little older post, but get him some KONGS. You can put treats in some of them.. That's what I gave my doby mix dog. HE liked those and tennis balls, even though he tore the tennis balls up, you can get them really cheap.
Int he first post she said Kongs are the only thing he hasn't destroyed but she wants to give him more variety.
Posted 01 June 2010 - 01:48 PM
Our 50kg, 30" high german shepherd mutilated anything in minutes. He popped the top clean off a BLACK kong for god's sake, LOL!
Since we've been giving lots of things he CAN destroy, his next kong has lasted much longer. His diet includes raw bones, he gets thick card boxes to rip up, thick rope toys he can tug and fling about (but he's not allowed to shred), he gets the boxes from like frozen chicken steaks to mess about with. He loves picking up 4pint milk cartons & squeezing them in his jaws until the lip pops off, but that's as far as he goes with them, lol!
I think the bone feeding has taken out alot of his chew-to-destroy urge.
I know this sounds weird but.. plastic barrels?
1 big washed plastic drum + mad dog x big field = hours of fun! lol! They can chew and glomp that all they like, it won't go anywhere!
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