★★★★☆ 4 Stars (7 reviews)
- Happy Hut
- Assorted colors
- Plush hut designed for comfort
- Plush toy for dogs
- Real Life Sound
★★★★★ Five StarsApply to all the Multipet Talking toys....the dogs love them! They hold up well to dogs playing with them and the sounds are real and not too loud. As a special note: We have two adopted dogs who were traumatized/abused before rescued so its been a journey to find a way to engage them in play and even to get them to come reliably because they were so fearful. They always respond to the little toys that make animal sounds and will play catch or fetch with them, then play to make the noise happen. We've purchased several with the same results.
★★★★★ Five StarsMy dog is gone now, but for the last 10 or so years this was her favorite toy. When one quit talking, we bought another, and then again another. Of a basket full of toys, she would dig out the parrots. Even in her very old age, she'd collect all three of them and put them around her bed. I have no idea why, but this parrot gave my dog a lot of joy.
★★★★☆ Four StarsI have almost very Multipet Look Who's Talking toy out there. This one is the same as most of them, with the exception of the volume. I usually can squeeze one of these toys, and my dog can hear it from anywhere in the house. My dog has to be in the same room with the parrot to hear it. Other than that, it's just as good as the other Multipet Look Who's Talking toys.For those who are curious-- my dog destroys the little sound box in each of these toys in about two seconds (maybe I'm overstating. It's probably more like a half-second). We will often cut them out beforehand or record the sound before we pass them along so we can continue to play it long after the box itself is dead.For what they are and for their cost, these are fantastic toys. I have a stack of them in our kitchen, and we save them for special occasions (trips to the vet).
★★★★☆ Four StarsSam the puppy wants me to tell you that he loves "Polly" mostly because when he bites her just right, she says "Polly wants a cracker". And when she says that, Sam gets the cracker!!! I would give her 5 stars but we haven't had her 2 months yet and Sam has gotten some of her "fur" chewed off on the bottom by her tail (although she leads a stressful life so she could be molting) and I'm afraid she won't last much longer. Now he only gets her with supervision. I will probably buy another one though because she is quite cute and sometimes she's the only one who'll talk to Sam!!!
★★★★★ Five StarsWe have two dogs who go crazy for these types of talking toys. Unfortunately, one of them likes to disembowel the toy quickly. Depending on where she decides to chew up, the mechanism can be exposed quickly, requiring that we take the toy away.The other will run around the house chewing or digging into the toy for 10-20 minutes at a time until he's exhausted. Unfortunately, he will also decide to play with these at night, so putting the toys out of reach helps with a good night's sleep.
★★★★★ Five StarsThis is one of my dog's favorite toys. Luckily, my dog doesn't chomp and destroy talking toys like this. If you have a power chewer, the voice box will get crunched fairly easily and it will go mute, so I keep my dog's Multipet talking toys away from my landlord's dog, a power chewer with vice-grip jaws that can destroy the box in one chomp. Not sure why my dog likes this one over some of the other noises (she loves the kitty one too, meow, meow), but she does. I imitate what it says and she goes and gets it. Hysterical.
★★★★☆ Four StarsMy GSD has had this toy for quite a while now and still plays with it and the voice box is still going strong. It squeaks "Polly Wanna Cracker" which isn't as annoying as the Multipet Cow which we've had for over a year now and I WISH the voice box was broken. Alas, our GSD only really likes toys that are plush and make real live sounds.