what kind of toy is best for an american staffordshire?

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  • DeaDea NHPosts: 7,176Member ✭✭✭
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    You could try Break-o-ball, Varsity Ball, Kongs, or Antlers. Those are the only things Koby hasn't destroyed. LOLOL They are pretty indestructible.
  • Jenna SleightholmeJenna Sleightholme SelbyPosts: 18Member
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    Why don't you try making her toys? It's really fun and you can let your imagination run wild! There are some great tutorials on youtube.
  • Steve GormanSteve Gorman Posts: 5Member
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    A Staffordshire can have a very destructive bite. All our explosive detection dogs are rewarded with a black Kong, called Kong Extreme. They are extremely difficult to destroy, even for an aggressive dog and the dogs love them. It's all we've used for many years. http://www.patriotdog.com/government-k9s-bomb-dogs/
  • Kim KayKim Kay USAPosts: 55Member
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    Nylabon Double Action Chew. They love them, they are safe, and great for keeping teeth clean. It's consistently a favorite with any dog I have had. I would beware of those bones in which are edible chews. If you do get them observe. As one of my dogs got a build up of bone in the roof of her mouth she couldn't get out. It slid back when she tried to paw it loose from her roof of her mouth. She proceded to choke, and I had to do a rescue maneuver on her. She went from chewing, to choking in a couple seconds. I never bought those products again.
  • Aradhya GuptaAradhya Gupta Posts: 8Member
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    American Staffordshire terrier is a reliable, muscular active dog with the impressive, confident presence. American Staffordshire requires moderate daily exercise to maintain his splendid muscle tone. Interactive dog toys(http://dogs.thefuntimesguide.com/2013/03/interactive-dog-toys.php) are good for your Staffordshire ,as they enhance the health and lifestyles of dynamic pooches I additionally highly recommend Kong Dog Toys(http://www.petsworld.in/kong-dog) for your dog, which are great for keeping your dog Involved and satisfying their desire to chew.

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