It's good but our jack russell puppy gets as much fun out of a regular teddy. She has also done some damage to it within just 2 weeks so I wouldn't bother buying another one.
Not so strong
Not strong enough for a big Labrador- required several cosmetic surgeries. No more ears and nose after a week.
05/04/18 | Carol
A fortnight to annihilate
So it took longer than a Trixie stuffed toy, but my mini daxie totally destroyed this. I removed the squeaker when he got close to it, but by that time it had lost both ears and an arm. Next to go was the rope, which is now s soggy pile of string. Finally an inside out bottom half had to be binned. Value for money - 7/10 - he destroyed it but had fun doing so. Took longer than 30mins so win:win
24/09/17 | Teddy's owner
I buy a new 'strong' toy each month and yet again I am let down. My cocker spaniel likes the toy and will play with it and take it to bed with him. But with in a couple of days it looses an ear, then a tail and them the stuffing is pulled out and it is finished with in the week. Dangerous note is the nosie squicker is so accessible and a chocking hazard when he does demolish the bears head.
11/05/16 | originally published in zooplus.fr
Not solid enough
After 12 hours the bear doesn't have any ears left, I would have expected them to last longer....
The internal ropes are a great idea though...
26/01/16 | originally published in zooplus.fr
Very pretty but not so resistant
My small Jack Russel managed to rip the bears entire head off. Too bad because he seemed to like it...