Outward Hound Kyjen 31007 Egg Babies Dinosaur Plush Dog Toys Squeak Toy Dog Puzzle, Large, Red
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- 5 squeaky eggs and durable plush animal
- Hide and seek play pattern dogs love
- Made with durable plush material
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Dog instinctively love to hunt, so treat your pup to some hunting, hide-and-seek fun with Outward Hound Egg Babies. Just stuff the squeaky eggs inside the plush animal, and watch as you dog sniffs them out! To keep the game going, stuff them in again and again! Bound to become your best friend’s favorites, our lovable toys are durably designed with an engaging array of shapes, sounds and textures so you can have huge fun with your furry friend.
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UPDATE: After three months, one of the dogs has successfully ripped open the head of the turtle. He is very proud of himself. Both dogs continue to love both toys, so I'm back to replace the defunct turtle with the dinosaur. It's part of my day now, picking up a toy and stuffing the eggs back into it, so that the dogs can pull them out again.
UPDATE 2: We now have a replacement platypus (the first was utterly dismembered after four months), a fish, a dinosaur, and a headless turtle. The squeakers are all dead, and I am back to buy more eggs that squeak. Every day I get home from work to find the dog bed littered with a dozen eggs and four limp, eggless carcasses. I stuff the eggs back in... and the dogs set to work again. It's the circle of life.
First of all, you have to set aside the fact that the eggs come in and out of the platypus's, um, lady parts. The way the gap is shaped and its placement make the whole egg thing seem like it's some kind of misguided attempt to teach dogs about biology. But while that's funny and awkward, the real problem is that the opening really isn't wide enough to accommodate the egg, nor does the fabric stretch, so that's it's really hard for me to get e eggs in and out, let alone my dog. The egg closest to the opening does not protrude at all even when the platypus is stuffed full of eggs, so my dog can't reach the eggs to get them out, although she loves the eggs and is fully aware that they can be removed. She loves to remove the eggs but I have to start them myself and leave about 30% sticking out before she can get them. There's just no way she can reach otherwise. She is 55 lbs and very playful.
I'm giving this toy three stars because it is a good quality toy and my dog loves playing with the platypus and the eggs individually (they make great inside fetch balls), just not as the game it was intended to be. A few of the squeakers in the eggs have broken pretty quickly, but they give you so many that I really can't complain too much.