Chupacabra from lurking somewhere in the South West
I have had the hardest time brushing my Chihuahua's teeth. Everytime I try to get a finger or brush in there, he just pulls away. I almost snapped his head off trying to brush his teeth, so I decided to let him do it himself. The first thing I bought was this blue thing with bristles that cost $15. It said not to let the dog use this for more than a few minutes. Well, I put it down and my Chi didn't go for it, and I had to pick it up in case he did while I was gone. Then I got the Kong dental stick. It is inexpensive and really works. He loves it. If you think it is not durable, keep in mind, a bully stick costs as much, and won't last as long. You may have to buy more to replace them. I use mine with Petrodex toothpaste in the grooves, and it's better than paying $200 and risking anesthesia complications for a professional teeth cleaning. His teeth are very clean now, thanks to this product. They should make an extra strong one, like they do with Kong toys. But as is, this is a winner for me!
ceecee from englewood, ohio
24 out of 38 found this review helpful
My lab had this in pieces within 10 minutes! I was really disappointed since this was a Kong I thought it might last her a little longer.
Martha Lemburg from Jackpot, NV
53 out of 69 found this review helpful
I got one for my fur baby and she ripped it up in no time at all.
Not a very tough toy...M.L...
Chris from Blythewood, SC
72 out of 125 found this review helpful
Our flat-coat retriever finished this off in one evening. Our JR terrier nibbled on this for a while, but finally gnawed it down to a nub. If you have chewers like we do, your best bet is probably the classic Kong.
Jennifer from Sharon, PA
53 out of 90 found this review helpful
My Pit Bull puppy loves this toy. The only thing you have to watch is the pounds that they recomment each one for. Ours it for a size larger dog then what he is. Everyone I know that has Pit Bulls recommended this toy to me and my dog loves it. Anyone who knows Pit Bulls knows they are stonge chewers.
Nancy from Wichita, KS
48 out of 89 found this review helpful
This toy wasn't so tough - my dog chewed half of it up in about 15-20 minutes. If you have a real tough chewer, I wouldn't recommend this toy.
Peri from Maryland
71 out of 127 found this review helpful
I bought this toy for my little Mountain View Cur puppy, but my lab got ahold of it and chewed the ends off in no time. The toy is not destroyed, and as along as I keep it away from the power chewers, it's ok. But defintely not as durable as I had hoped.
Martha A. Lemburg from Jackpot, NV.
59 out of 112 found this review helpful
I got this for my one year old A.P.B.T. and she had it tore up in two days. Do be careful about what they say is tough. The price is good if you don't have a tough dog...
Sara from Indian Trail, NC
32 out of 51 found this review helpful
My black lab rather loves to chew, I tried buying lots of toys and see which would last. This seems to be his favorite so far and he has not been able to break it, yet.
Sarah from Savannah, GA
68 out of 137 found this review helpful
Our one year old lab had the ends chewed off within minutes. NOT a durable chew toy as advertised.
amy from washington
64 out of 119 found this review helpful
my dog is very tough on toys but this one has lasted! we have had it almost a year and i am just now needing to replace it we use it every day
Tres from NYC
102 out of 203 found this review helpful
I stuff this with frozen meat or organic salt and sugar free peanut butter and it keeps our dogs busy for longer than any other treat and I dont have to worry about them choking on something. This is the best and safest treat on the market!
TX Lady from Corpus Christi, TX
150 out of 288 found this review helpful
Anyone who knows Jack Russell terriers knows theyre hard to keep amused for long--they have a short attention span...my 9 yr. old adopted JR isnt much for toys, but loves her Kong Dental Stick when I put some peanut butter in the ends and a few of the slots. Its the only thing shell chew on for awhile other than edible bones. It was such a relief to find something that would interest her!
Karen from The Colony, TX
144 out of 277 found this review helpful
Our larger dog never put a dent in it, This toy lasted a couple of months until our smaller dog 55 lbs was able to get her little teeth in the ends & pull it apart within minutes. Until then our dogs loved tugging on it or chewing solo great for gums. Our larger dog 95lbs never put a dent in it.
linda from santa barbara ca
160 out of 311 found this review helpful
my dogs love these.we have a large and small one.my pit bull and my cattle dog both play with them
Sarah from Oxford CT
40 out of 80 found this review helpful
My dogs killed this toy in one day. Dissappointing for a Kong.
cindy from ohio
64 out of 119 found this review helpful
This lasted 10 minites with our Lab and she had it chewed to pieces. Not for even a moderate chewer.
205 out of 400 found this review helpful