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Chunkyyukon123

IS it normal for a black lab to go throught multiple bones and toys a month

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Racket balls are the best ever. I had a Neapolitan Mastiff and she would destroy every toy we got her. Until we got told to use a racket ball. She is no longer with us but we still have 3 racket balls that survived 6 years. Now my Chesapeake bay retriever is using them. They chew on them like they are gum for dogs.

 

 

"EDIT" O yeah I didnt answer the question. Yes it is normal -

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Iv found this rubber style small tire dog toy, that no matter how hard he tries my pitbull cant rip it apart at all.

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Yeah my Yellow lab/ German Shepard mix goes through chew toys in a day or so. Lately hes been doing pretty well with a tennis ball and every now and then I give him a busy bone not that it lasts as long as advertised lol

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when the toys get warn my mother coats them in hot sauce  the dog moves to a diff toy aand keep it in a rotation till the pet hates them  next  get new toys in a few months

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try a Kong they last a long time and you fill it with peanut butter they tend to lick more than chew until it is empty

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Is the dog young? Could be it is having its teeth. Mine did it, but it stopped.

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