- World’s Tuffest soft dog toy on the market!
- Up to 4 Layers of material, which is bonded and sewn multiple times to make one “Tuff” layer
- Squeakers are sewn inside protective pouches for your dog’s safety
- Floats in water and machine washable (air dry)
- Tuffy toys are designed to be interactive play toys and not chew toys
★★★★★ Five StarsStyle Name: Tug-O-War Color: Camo Blue
normally when there are new toys in the house they are descended upon like hyenas around a carcas in the savannah. If there are squeakers involved the theme music The Valkyries starts playing by Wagner but some singing starts" kill the squeaker kill the squeaker Kill the squeaker, the squeaker must die!!" Sorry for the graphic info but truly this is and has been our life with Nala ( a 50 GR lab mix) since she was 10 weeks. Saying she is malicious with toys is an understatement: she is the sweetest dog and best family pet but at 5 years old she hasn't slowed a bit and her favorite games include fetch and tug of war. We lost her last tugger ( a tire with a rope in it) two weeks ago before I did my research and ordered this. No more ropes: they tend to eat the string and have trouble passing it in the yard. She has been depressed without her daily addiction: she tries to get us to tug her bone but it's not big enough. We have only had this toy for 24 hours: I can't believe I'm saying this because I thought it was impossible: the squeakers aren't dead: this has never happened. It's a huge toy but she loves it. I will update hopefully later but as far as I'm concerned its payed for itself. I have paid more for that stupid tire than this and I'm not worried about this ending up in the poo: she looks sad in the picture but it's because I told her to leave it while I took the picture: I said ok and the Valkyries have started playing once again 2nd updateToy intact! I cannot believe it! Some strings are loose but the toy is still very much alive, how is it that 5/7 squeakers have made it?!?This is toy magic. Thank you so much for such a durable toy: we need hardy ones in our house
★★★★★ Five StarsStyle Name: Tug-O-War Color: Red Paw
Tuffy toys are great but like any toy you give a hard core chewer, it's doomed from day one.We have two Old English Bulldogs, Harley a 90 pound line backer the size of a Volkswagen and Elvis a 40 pound five month old puppy, both are relentless chewers.That said, I know going into any soft dog toy with a sense of deep sadness and regret, but sometimes you just can't help yourself.When Harley was a puppy he had this odd habit of chewing on a tiny seam or piece of string. We thought is was a puppy phase and that he would grow out of it eventually. Well, it's six years later and we're still waiting. He does this with virtually everything, including our bedding - which is why our prized 1,000 thread count sheets look like swiss cheese.So this particular toy didn't stand a chance, he found the seam within a few minutes and BAM! pulled it open.Not the fault of the toy - the fault of Harley and his 5,000 PSI jaws.It crossed my mind to deduct a point because the seam was literally pulled apart in minutes. But then I remember how these two lunatics just adore this toy.They go absolutely nuts for it.What's left of the Tuffy is parked somewhere in that endless void of half chewed nylabones, Kongs, tennis balls and once adorable stuffed bunnies and hedgehogs that now resemble road kill. But I can tell you this - the Tuffy Tug of War is the ONE toy that excites them as much now as it did the day it first arrived.Watching them crank up the crazy, and getting in on the fun myself makes it all worthwhile In fact I recently ordered the Tuffy Ultimate Three way Tug of war which is a whopping 25" long and 9" wide.If your dog or dogs aren't serial killer level crazy chewers - you'll be just fine and I can see these toys lasting for months on end.Read more ›
★★★★★ Five StarsStyle Name: Gear Ring Color: Red Paw
After reading the negative reviews, it became apparent that a lot of people hand this toy to their dog and let them use it as a chew toy. It is not meant for that. It is a throwing toy. It is a tug o war toy. If you give it to your dog to gnaw on, it won't last a day. If you play fetch with it and put it aside when you are done, it will last quite a while. My pit mix loves to play tug of war with it. It holds up extremely well to his abuse, but it won't last an hour if I forget to take it from him when we are done. Bottom line is that these things are awesome and will hold up well for what they are meant to do. They won't last forever no matter how you play, but they are tough. If you are looking for a give and forget chew toy, get them a bone, or one of those black rubber thingies.