I figured since Riley’s almost a year and a half old, maybe I should try her with stuffed animals again. She (like most dogs) liked to tear the eyes and nose off of stuffed animals and try to eat them and then pull the stuffing out and try to eat that too. So I threw away all her tattered stuffed animals and didn’t by her any more. I ordered a Kong stuffed animal from Amazon.com. I got the large squirrel for her. It says it has no stuffing and there are no eyes or nose and it comes with some replacement squeakers to put inside a Velcro pouch. She actually did pretty good with it, she was just shaking it around, not really trying to tear it up. I had to put it up for now because my parents’ dog, Chloe, kept taking it from Riley and was trying to tear the ears off of it. Poor squirrel. We’ve named him “Nutty.”
I also ordered Riley a Galileo Nylabone. Supposedly their toughest bone. Riley loves her big Nylabones to chew on and this thing is GIGANTIC! Here are some pictures:
6 thoughts on “New Toys”
YIKES! That is a big bone! Stumpy's mission is always to destuff a stuffed toy, immediately! I got her a cheapo, no-stuffing, squeaky toy and so far it's still intact.Have fun, riley!
Riley you are one lucky pup. We enjoy the destuffing part too. hehe Enjoy your new bone and Nutty…Big Sloppy KissesGus, Louie and Callie
Destuffing is good fun :-)Wizz
I know, where's the fun in a stuffing free toy? Destuffing is the really fun part! Except Riley eats the stuffing and has fluffy poop later on.
Riley we are glad you are having fun with your new squirrel, we just got a skunk that has no stuffing you should see how much we swing it around. Your FriendsGeisha,Grover,lily,bailey,and wrinkles
Did this Galileo bone work for her?? One of our cattle dogs can chew up ANYTHING….she is a machine. She once chewed the plastic wheel off of our BBQ grill!! I want to get her something she will enjoy chewing on, but I can't spend that much money if she's going to work through it in one day. Let me know if she liked it!