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Besides Kongs what are some good chew toys for 2 9 1/2 month old lab mixes?

Carolyn DavidsonCarolyn Davidson WashingtonPosts: 990Member
My husband's lab German shepherd mix and his sister who is staying with us while her elderly owner is away both love to chew on things. Bella more than Tank but I want to get them some toys that they can chew on and play with. I know Tank has found some toys at Rural King that he likes they are both made by Kong. One is a squeaky tennis ball and the other is a tennis ball type retrieval dummy with a rope on one end. Bella doesnt have any toys at her home but loves the toys that my cousin has laying around for his Boston. But I know they wouldnt hold up to her chewing.

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