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Old 12-06-2009, 01:16 PM
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Default Kong Goodie Bone?

Anyone tried it? Like it? Hate it?

I just picked up one for Orson's stocking and really have no idea if it's any good or not, LOL *impulse buy*

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Old 12-06-2009, 06:26 PM
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Mine all like it but only when it has goodies in the ends. We had some at the shelter and they seemed to last a good long while even under heavy use. Not the most challenging toy, but fun none the less.
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Old 12-06-2009, 06:35 PM
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Ya, I didn't think it looked too challenging, LOL.........it was only like 5.99, so I figured it was something new to add variety if nothing else, plus it helps to fill that stocking!
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Old 12-06-2009, 06:42 PM
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My dogs don't play with it unless there's something in it. They've been known to play with kongs or orbees even in nothing good is in it. So its boring in that aspect lol but I like to rotate toys that you can stuff stuff in
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One good use for it is to use it to hold nylabones and bullies - you can stuff them into the ends and they let the dog hold the bone at an easier angle for chewing. Beyond that it's not that exciting without something stuffed in it.
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One good use for it is to use it to hold nylabones and bullies
Oh my goodness, now I want it for this reason only. That would prevent Juno from swallowing 6 inches of bully stick if it were inside this bone.
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Oh my goodness, now I want it for this reason only. That would prevent Juno from swallowing 6 inches of bully stick if it were inside this bone.
That was my reaction when I saw a bully stick inside an orbee at a pet store. I freaked. My friends were laughing at me hysterically. Greatest thought ever since the microwave!
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