Multipet Plush Dog Toy
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- Extremely Soft Plush Toy
- Squeaks When played with
- Not a Puppet
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Multipet now offers Lambchop as a dog toy. Lambchop is 10 tall and this Shari Lewis TV puppet was a classic during the 60's and is now back as a great plush toy that squeaks for your dog."
Pattern Name: Lambchop
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Update: Mr. Bill #2 had a shorter lifespan than Bill #1, but it may have been due to holiday stress. He now joins Bill #1's lifeless body on the shelf. Roscoe has mel been experimenting on Mr. Bill #3 for about 6 weeks, destroying moderately. Basically, I've come to find that each Bill doll's lifespan is going to be dependent on the dog, so if you're really interested in a long lasting toy, this may not be the one for you.
To help put the toy's size into perspective (and also to show just how attached my dog has become to Mr. Bill), I have uploaded a picture of Bill and doggy cuddling; it can be found in the Customer Images section on the right side of the product page alongside several other photos from very happy Bill owners.
Lamby has been, hands down, the favorite and most loved by our middle child. She never eats him, only squeaks him all day. And even she has been known to Kill a toy every now and then. Not Lamby. Never. She protects him like a child, going so far as to jump into Daddy's protective arms whenever Lamby is threatened.
Lamby is her baby, and we all know what we will do to protect our children 😂 And thank goodness for good Daddy's who will help save Lamby at all costs.
Just want to add since canines + eating soft things can equal disaster, make sure to cut all tags, loops, etc., on dog toys. LambChop has a neck loop we always cut off, as well as those annoying 'White Tags' on everything you buy. We lost a sweet girl to an intestinal blockage years ago. Pretty much freaks about what our kids swallow now, obviously. And with any type of toy, especially soft, there's that much more reason to worry/supervise. Don't want anyone to ever have to go through the heartache and guilt we did ❤️
When I got my 1.5 pound, 12 week old puppy, she proceeded to disembowel the small Lambchop. I was able to restuff it and sew it up with stronger thread.
I found that the puppy preferred the larger Lambchop which was bigger than she was. She dragged it around, slept with it and treated it as a littermate.
The one thing that all three Maltese had in common is that they loved this toy. However, I have to wonder who designed this. The face with the bushy eyebrows may be cute for a child’s toy but for a dog, it is an invitation to chew. Eventually, that chewing leads to a major hole in the face :(
I decided that since they love Lambchop so much, I would try to give it a face transplant. I sewed a piece of chamois cloth over the face and used permanent markers for the facial features. It may not be as cute, but it doesn’t tempt the dogs to rearrange the features either.
I’m giving the toy 4 stars strictly because my girls love it so much but be aware that it has a fragile face which is a tempting chewing target.
It is not a very sturdy toy, but because of the sound it makes, and because of its design, it actually manages to last longer than any so-called "indestructible" toy we have ever tried, and make our dog happy for a very long time. The only toys that last longer are a miraculous spider (still squeaks a bit after a few years, though he's long since chewed most of the legs off) and the "bubble wrap" style of squeak toys that are made out of a mat with 6-12 squeakers sewn into different parts of the mat. It also sounds less obnoxious to humans than most squeak toys.