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West Paw Design Zogoflex Dog Toy, Tux, Colors Vary
Meet Tux. It's like a dog's chance to get his cake and eat it too. Tux is the perfect combination of a supremely stuffable / tossable dog treat toy and guaranteed-tough Zogoflex®. Just like our other Zogoflex toys, Tux is pliable, bounces, nontoxic, recyclable, and buoyant. Simply stuff your dog's favorite treat into the cavity of Tux and let 'er rip. Tux is even dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Tux is a treat toy and was designed to withstand chewing, but still be fun - with or without a treat.
Made in the USA
Bounces Floats and has a treat center
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50 of 50 found the following review helpful:
So, SO much better than Kong!Apr 03, 2009
By C. Rogers
Here's the deal - I have 2 mutts, they are both happy chewers; one however is a destructive chewer. My challenge is to find toys that they both can enjoy, yet will last, so as to protect my pocketbook. My power chewer chews right through Kong toys.
I've had this toy for over a month and they still enjoy it and it shows no signs of damage! The cool thing is you can put a large food items in the pocket and if they're big enough, it won't fall out till the pups have licked it to a nub. I like to use Pedigree Jumbones cut into thirds.
I highly reccomend all West Paw toys as their construction is soft enough to be fun for the dog yet strong enough to take abuse.
44 of 44 found the following review helpful:
Amazingly tough!Sep 15, 2009
By Kevin A. Ryan
I have a 65 pound American Bulldog & Lab mix who can tear apart the black Kong toys in under 15 minutes. I tried many other toys that were labeled "indestructible, super tough, or for aggressive chewers" with the same result - little piles of rubber shreds on either side of my dog as he sinks his teeth in and pulls the toys apart. Ordered one of these Zogoflex Tux toys after reading the reviews hoping to finally find something that would stand up to his choppers. Received an orange one a few days later and showed it to my dog. He was on it immediately. It quickly became his favorite toy. So how did it stand up to his chewing?
Well, he's been chewing on it for over a week now and the thing still looks brand new. I've even tucked treats in the underside which really makes him go at the thing and he still hasn't gotten any pieces off of it! He also likes to play fetch with the Tux. In fact, it is the only toy we have that he will bring to me and drop in my lap, asking me to toss it.
It's a chew toy, a treat holder, and a fetch toy and it has stood up to the hardest chewing dog I've ever known. Well worth the money, in my opinion!
13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
tough chew toyMar 25, 2009
By Goldie Sparkles
My dog tears up pretty much everything, he loves this toy and hasn't made a dent in it at all. He uses it as a chew toy but its great to throw and watch him try to get it as it bounces all around too! As a bonus you can also hide treats in there.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Indestructible??? I don't think so.May 18, 2010
By B. Croom
"Pet Lover 2"
I purchased this toy because so many of the reviews stated that it could withstand aggressive chewers. Well my dog must be the king of all "Aggressive Chewers". I gave it 3 stars because it lasted for 3 days in my house. Which is quite impressive considering my dogs' toys normally last about 30 minutes tops. Like all the other toys out there, this toy too can be destroyed, but perhaps for small dogs, it would work perfectly. However, pits and larger breeds may find it a neat little challenge for a day or two. But that about it.
10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
This might be indestructible....Nov 08, 2010
By B. Chickery
"Honest reviews from and honest guy..."
Indestructible no, but they do last longer then any other toys we have gotten. We bought all three, the Huck, Hurley and the Tux. The Tux is the only one that is left.
The Hurley (stick) lasted a few days as he was chewing on it for hours and hours and he simply LOVED IT. That was his favorite. He split it in the middle and we had to take it away only after a few days.
After splitting the Hurley, it didn't take him long to move onto the Huck. The Huck lasted a few WEEKS but then once he started getting into it, we had to take it away. Milo (1 year yellow lab) started getting it apart and then the rest came apart in chunks kinda fast. This did last WEEKS tho. Unfortunately it's just a little to heavy to toss in the house. It's more a chew toy then a throwing ball.
The tux, somehow someway is still going strong and it seems that because we fill it with peanut butter, he does not want to destroy it so we dont take it away :) He chews it all the time but not with the same ferociousness that he does the others.
I called the company 3 separate times to check on this "no questions asked replacement warranty" Holy crap they aren't kidding. The customer service people pick up so fast and they are INCREDIBLY pleasant. You get a one time replacement of any/each toy. So I bought all three and they will replace all three one time. They also assured me that the toys are non toxic and it's ok if they do ingest a little bit of the "special composition material".
For the money these are the best toys we have ever bought. I will buy another set this Christmas to keep the Milo man busy :)
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