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“Kong toy”

published 17/11/2014

AdvantagesKeeps dogs entertained, good fun, good prices

DisadvantagesHeavy, gets stuck under the couch!

...My dog's experience I only have a small rat as a dog, she is a little Shih tzu crossed with a Poodle (Shoodle heh) and so we only bought her the mini kong toy. It is basically a ball made out of rubber with a tiny hole to put treats inside of it; It doesn't sound too complicated but it seems to entertain my dog enough to keep her playing for hours. She will stick half her nose inside...

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Good

“By George its Asda!”

published 16/03/2015

AdvantagesCheap and cheerful

DisadvantagesNot as many stores in towns

...mortgages generate disposable income. I personally think Tesco and Morrison?s have been hurt by the welfare cuts that have taken 21 billion out of the economy and anyone who has been on welfare knows every penny quickly goes back into the economy, the bulk of that on food and drink. Asda, on the other hand, are neither here nor there in the battle of the big six supermarkets and poverty. What bought ASDA...

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Good

“Lucky charm toy”

published 16/02/2015

Advantagesgood for babies, price

Disadvantageschild will grow out of it quickly

...This Haba lucky charm is recommended for children aged 10 months and over. It is available to buy from the follwing places: * Amazon- £6.87 * Babipur- £8.99 * The toadstool- £8.95 About the Haba lucky charm This Haba lucky charm toy is a clutching toy for young children and it is made out of wood. This toy is made up into a rounded sort of shape with 2 curved white wooden pieces...

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