goDog Dinos are a blast from the past. Made of bubble plush and lined with Chew Guard technology, this toy can withstand heavy play. Minimal filling gives this toy a fun 'floppy' feel that dogs love!
Dinos are every dog's prehistoric favorite! Made with bubble plush and Chew Guard Technology™, these are sure to withstand tough play! While no dog toy is indestructible, our goDog toys with Chew Guard technology are stronger and last longer than standard soft plush toys…and we GUARANTEE IT! If this toy doesn't last longer than your standard plush, we'll send you a one-time replacement. (see product packaging for details)
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goDog ™ Dinos
I have a 22 lbs. Welsh Corgi. Any thoughts on small versus standard size for these? She falls right in the middle with a size medium for most things
I think it just depends on your dog's preferences. I have an 45 lb. Australian Shepherd, but she prefers small toys (all the better to play with) and has two of these (different dinos), both in miniature. I had another dog years ago who was also 45 lbs, and for him, the bigger the better (bragging rights). Unless your corgi likes giant toys, I think you would be good to go with the little one.
How should I wash it, my dog loves it but it's starting to get a little stinky.
I throw them straight in the washing machine, if they bite a hole in them I put it in a bag, wash it and throw away the filling... mine have had some for years minus the "guts" they still love it them and play with them. Great toys!
Does it have that “crinkle” material in it?
Yes it does. Great for hunting - 'soft mouth' - dogs. My cousin's dog loved it - knocked the poop out then carried it around like a puppy.
What size is the large one?
Not sure, I have the XL. Sorry.
If the toy is $10, why is it $30 when I pick the 2-pack? Wouldn't that be $20?
This would be a good question to ask the seller.
I have a pug/terrier mix who is a heavy duty chewer would this toy stand up to constant playing and chewing since the new toys become the favorite?
I have a pit bull mix. He has three of these toys and they have all remained in good condition. He chews on the paws, etc., but has not destroyed them. I don't know if it's because he isn't trying hard enough or something. They are of good quality. I would give it a try and see how it works out for your pup.
I am seeing mixed reviews on the “chew guard”. Will my 3 month spoo easily tear this up within a few days to weeks?
We call this "Steggy" and it gets strong after a few months, much longer than Orvis's "tough chew" toys (which were gutted in two days) One edge of the tail is a little frayed but it hasn't opened !
Some of godog toy dragons i bought have a stuffed body some don't, is large frill triceratop body stuffed or only its head?
There is some padding in the body and feet.
Do you have anything tougher? This toy only lasted 3 days before my puppy was able to rip into it
I recently switched to the Kong Wubbas. It took my dog more time to get through the goDog toy, but she apparently ate some of the material and that caused a problem. the Wubbas last longer and she doesn't seem interested in eating the toy. However, she is not a puppy but is 4 years old. My vet is a supporter of the regular Kongs that dogs can chew on. My dog is shaped like a ball that can be stuffed when in the crate for her to chew on. They come in different sizes and strengths. HTH.
Is it chew proof.? I have a GSD Catahula mix and he goes threw toys like crazy.
No toy is chew-proof for a determined dog. We go through these approximately every 30 days. It takes our 3 dogs (2 Aussies and a GSD) a few days to chew a hole big enough to get the squeaker out. Once they remove the squeaker, I pull out all the stuffing and return the toy. They keep playing with it anyway. After about a month they get dirty and frayed and I throw them away. We usually have 2-3 at any given time.