Each of the 6 squirrels can be used as an individual squeak toy, or you can place them in the hideout and let your dog get them out of the trunk. Or, you can hide the squirrels around the house and play a game of hide-and-seek. The log itself can also be used as a pull toy.
If your dog is a fan of pulling things apart, be wary of the nylon threads on the squirrels' tails.
This ball can be used to play fetch, catch, or as a simple chew toy. Reviewers say it holds up even with the rowdiest dogs, lasting 1 year or more. The spikes are also designed to massage the dog's gums.
The squeaker is quite loud, which could upset dog owners who are sensitive to sound.
These squeaky toys come in 2 different sizes for small- or medium-sized dogs. There are 3 squeakers—1 each in the head, body, and tail of the toy. They are easy to carry and play tug-of-war with.
Feisty dogs can tear these apart easily, according to some reviewers.
The KONG Cozies are made with an extra layer of material that make them harder to destroy than other plush toys. Minimal filling leads to less mess around the house. The toy also comes in a few different sizes so you can find the appropriate one for your dog.
The squeaker can be a bit hard to squeak with your hand.
The pigs are fun to play with and reviewers say they have worked as both chew toys and comfort toys. A durable exterior makes these toys last a decently long amount of time. There are several buying options for a single pig or pack of pigs.
The squeaker isn't very long-lasting, according to some reviewers.
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