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When my Malinois joined our pack I bought loads of toys just for her. I had to get the puppy items and I had to get loads. I didn't think of the fact the pup would grow up fast and not need the toys after a few months but still, the toys were so cute. This item was one of the ones I bought and of course it was the pink one. It seemed quite durable for a puppy toy and had a little squeek to it. It was far too big for my pup to start with but after a few weeks she grew big enough to be able to pick it up and carry it round. This item was brilliant puppy toy and I tought her fetch and leave with it as she loved to chase it! It was stong enough to withstand the sharp puppy teeth but not too strong that she couldnt chew it confortably. It was only about £3 so a really good buy to be honest. It didn't smell of that horrible toxic plastic smell so I felt confident my pup would be okay with it. I think it would still be around today and awaiting the next pup had my Rotti not got hold of it. Needless to say it does not withstand strong adult teeth and I found it in bits one day!! Good while it lasts though, kust wish I had kept it way from the chewing machine!!
There is a whole range of the "My Word" vinyl toys for dogs. They come in 3 different colours which are bright pink, purple and baby blue and 3 different types - a ball, a dumbell and a bone. Each one has a word on either side - Catch! and Fetch! This particular review is about the dumbell which I purchased for our German Shepherd. We purchased it in the baby blue colour for him and the words are in a pale pink. The dumb bell also squeaks which is probably a must for some dogs! It cost £1.78 plus postage from eBay. The dumb bell is pretty nice. It is around 6in long and big enough for your dog to carry around in their mouth. It is not overly thick to make carrying awkward. It is just the right size. It makes a very loud squeaky sound when you squeeze it. The toy is really nice to look it. It makes a nice change to see a dog toy in pastel like colours and the words on them make them that little bit different to other squeaky toys out there. The words are raised and almost like 3D. The dumb bell is quite sturdy and looks durable for stong dog teeth. My dog immediately squeezed the dumb bell as soon as he got it, wagging his tail like a lunatic as soon as he realised its squeaking capabilities. He sat and continuously squeaked it for a good 15 minutes until enough was enough and my husband started playing fetch with it with him. I think the squeaking was a hint to be played with to be honest! Ben (our dog) really loves this toy and has happily played with it for a good few weeks now. We do have to put it away at night otherwise he will get it out and bring it up to bed for us and play with it as he did one night. We thought we had cleverly hidden it but he sniffed it right out and literally dug to the bottom of his toy basket to find it and bring it up to use. Fetch at 1am really isn't going to happen! He does chew at it a little bit and I can see his teeth marks in the vinyl as well as taking a little bit of the colour off of the words. All in all, a good and fun doggy buy!