KONG Floppy Knots Dog Toy
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- Internal knotted rope and floppy design satisfies natural instincts
- Varied textures and squeakers to entice play
- Minimal stuffing for less mess
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KONG dog toys are proud to offer mental and physical stimulation, coming in all sizes of play. Pick the right KONG
KONG Floppy Knots are the newest arrival in the Knots tribe with a cheerful, floppy design allowing for great thrashing fun. The realistic feel of the internal knotted rope satisfies natural instincts while the varied textures and squeakers gear up for play. With minimal stuffing for less mess get ready for entertaining games and grins. Covered by KONG Satisfaction Guarantee. See KONG Satisfaction Guarantee document below for full details.
Product detailsSize:Medium/Large | Style:Fox | Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 13.75 x 7.5 x 3.25 inches; 8 Ounces
- Item model number : NKF12
- Date First Available : July 1, 2016
- Manufacturer : KONG
- ASIN : B01L0QQNJE
- Customer Reviews:
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Can I give it 10 stars? No? :(
I have a 5.5 month old boxer puppy, Blossom, who is in the throws of that I'm-teething-so-I-chew-everything-until-it-dies stage.
We would take Blossom to the store to pick out her own toys and she always seemed attached to the super soft "plush" toys. Hahaha! (*please hold as the reviewer is crying with laughter*) Yeah, those last about 2 min in our house, maybe 2 days, *IF* they are chew gaurd (read also "oober expensive"). She has no interest in the fire hose material toys, and while the traditional Kongs are great (and holding up), she only has interest in them when there is food inside. We needed to find a soft plushy toy that would withstand Blossom's need to tug (she would hold it down with her paws and yank up with her jaws) at her toys.
Despite not having the squishy stuffed toy feel, this is soft and plush feeling in material (over the hard rope "skeleton"). We bought a bunny to see how it would last. 5 weeks later it barely showed any signs of any wear and tear. There were a couple .... runs (think a minor run in a pair of stockings) in the belly of the bunny, but absolutely no true rips. And when I say this poor bunny had been tugged and shaken and chewed and dragged all over the house, I mean ... well, I feel sorry for that poor bunny! We could even truly play tug of war with it because the rope skeleton gives stability.
When we were gearing up for puppy's first road trip to my in-law's, I wanted to take bunny along, she is a bit of home. Rather than risking accidentally leaving *THE* toy 3.5 hours (and across 2 state lines) away, we went to pickup another.
The old bunny has now moved to the country home with my in-laws, we now have a fresh bunny and a fox here at home. Came on to order the elephant and the hippo, because I can't find them locally!
UPDATED July 31, 2017 TO ADD: The fox has been in our house about a week. He no longer has ears, we've dubbed him "Deaf Fox." However, the rest of him is in perfect condition, well, he's dirty, but in otherwise perfect condition. Bunny #2 (#1 moved in with my in-laws permanently) is dirty but otherwise still looks brand new. Image attached, can't get a picture without her gnawing on him
I was seriously delayed in actually placing the order for the hippo / elephant (didn't order until yesterday), and they arrived today. They are absolutely ADORABLE! I'm going to hold off on actually giving them to her, just because well, I'd rather hold on to them until my 6 year old finds her next tooth (yes, I've been suckered into a doggie tooth fairy, it's ridiculous! haha!)
Update #2 - August 6, 2017
Bunny #2 and Deaf Fox still adorably holding their own with no signs of wear and tear besides slobbered dirtiness. (Is that a thing? Because I'm gonna make it a thing.)
Elle the Elephant, "arrived" the other night via tooth fairy (Do. Not. Start. That. With. Your. Kids. The cuteness wears off quick!), and between yesterday and today her one ear is looking a bit ragged. I suspect she will also be deaf in a week. It seems that Blossom gets fixated on removing the floppy bits with out rope. This would be why normal plushy toys don't last. I've attached an image of all 3 floppy knots. All in all still extremely happy with these amazing toys!
Update #3 - August 18, 2017
Hey guys. Please beware. These toys will cause bruises when your pups shake the ever loving snot outta them anywhere near you! Those knots hurt! Why does Blossom seem to like to shake the bunny right next to me as a "Play with me mama" communication? OUCH! Beyond that, I've yet to find anything wrong with these amazing toys of love. Also, because I know you are just dying to know, Ellie the Elephant still has an ear and a half!
1st image (Blossom with bunny) -- July 31
2nd image (bunny, elephant, fox) -- August 6
3rd image (elephant) -- August 18
I get that dog toys aren't made to last (my dog is a light chewer so these animals do typically stick around my house for a while) but I expected the same quality between the Kong floppy knot animals and it just amazes me that I can love one version and hate this version. Maybe I just got the dud out of the production line? Either way disappointing.
She carries the bunny everywhere and wants it in her crate with her at night. We call it "her baby."
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dog is perfectly happy, but I fancy a giraffe perhaps?