Patchwork Pet Plush Mallard Duck Dog Toy

$14.89
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Patchwork Pet Plush Mallard Duck Dog Toy

$14.89

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Patchwork Pet Colossal Mallard Duck Dog Toy

 

The Colossal Duck’s super soft plush, irresistible crinkle sound and lifelike quack will drive your dog daffy! Get ready for hours of fun with your best buddy—it’s durable enough to take all the romping a dog can dish out! By Patchwork Pet.

 

Features:

 

·         Perfect for interactive games, solo play and cuddling up at naptime

·         One long-lasting squeaker, a tough grunter and crinkle paper wings

·         Thick plush stands up to chomp after chomp

·         Double-stitched for durability

·         Easy on teeth and gums

·         Embroidered features—no plastic parts to pop off in your dog’s mouth

·         Great for medium and larger breeds

 

Item Specifications:

 

Dimensions:

15”L

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by He stole the first one but loves them My dog loves this toy. He stole the first one from the neighbors yard. Unfortunately this is a weaker model (earlier version of this toy had a knotted rope inside from beak to body which lasted a lot longer) and he tears the squeekers out in a day and shreds it in two but still hauls the shreded cloth around and fetches it until it's no longer recognizable as a duck. October 4, 2011
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