- Plush Filled
- Assorted colors
- GRUNT when squeezed
- Pets should be supervised while playing with toys and all damaged toys should be discarded
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Pack of 2
They are the most annoying and obnoxious things I have ever had in my house but my dogs have never loved a toy so much. They can spend hours chasing these pigs. They bounce and flip in all different directions so the dogs think it is the best game ever. Ashamed to admit we own 7 haha
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: 9-Inch
My dog is obsessed with these. I've heard the squeakers go out rather fast but I have not run into that issue.
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: 9-Inch
I bought this pig as part of a threesome offer that included a pink pig and a wild boar. They all grunt like pigs and is the reason I made the purchase. Max, my Dobie, loves to make these pigs grunt and he has been given pigs for about 5 years now. This is his first polka dot pig and he was anxious to get it grunting. Max is a large Dobie coming in at around 100 pounds. He is a great pet and never bothers anything except what is actually given to him. He accepted this polka dot pig eagerly and includes it in his grunting repertoire. There will come a time when Max will lay down, place the polka dot pig between his front paws and kill the grunting feature. At some point in time later he will lay down, place the boar between his front paws and start ripping it open. This is his routine with every pig that he has been given. When he starts to tear it up I take it away and it goes to the county recycle area along with plastic and paper.For reasons that are not clear to me the pigs that I buy online last longer then the ones I buy locally, such as at Publix. All the pigs, however, receive the same treatment . First Max ends their grunting ability and later he decides to tear them up. The grunting end usually takes about a week or so after he receives the pig. The tear up starts anywhere from weeks to months after the grunting stops.
★★★★☆ Four StarsSize: 9-Inch
These are hands down my dobermans favorite toys. The oink noise they make is absolutely hilarious, and when he squeezes hard they actually squeal (which is even more hilarious to see a 100# dog walking around the house and hear "oink oink oink SQUEEAAL" haha). Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately depending on how you look at it), the noise maker doesnt last too long. Usually about 10-15 minutes for him, granted he makes it a point to "kill" the squeakers in all his toys as quickly as possible. But even with them now silenced, he still carries them around for a week or 2 until he gets bored a de-fluffs them. Then he acts all mopey and we give him a new one (you've never seen a happier Dobie then). Luckily they are cheap, so we just keep 3 or 4 backups in the closet at all times.-Quality is 2.5 stars, they wear out quick (although my buddys beagle has had one that still oinks for months, so depends on how hard on toys your dog is)-Entertainment value is 5 stars, the noise is hysterical (while it lasts)-My dog would give them 10 stars if he could, he loves them.