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“Asda Scrunchie”

published 01/09/2015

AdvantagesCleans well, easy to pick up with your weekly shop

DisadvantagesCheaper ones available

...is Asda?s own brand so it is available in store however for some reason, it isn?t available online at the minute. The puff I would say that the puff is slightly smaller than the ones I am normally used to using however as this is only for holidays, it doesn?t bother me. It is made up of netted material and all rolled up into a ball and looks just like the Ciao image. The netting of the puff...

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Excellent

AdvantagesNatural, tough, helps ease bordom, aid digestion and gives enjoyable play.

DisadvantagesBeware of copies

...Kong Extreme Several years ago a chap called Joe realised that there was a gap in the market for strong, durable dog toys. Joe sank a lot of his own money into developing a range of toys for dogs that could stimulate them and be used to learn through play and importantly all his products were trialled on real strong chew dogs such as his own German Shepherd Dog and Staffordshire Bull Terriers...

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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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