Outward Hound Kyjen 32040 Squeaker Matz Cow 16-Squeaker Plush Squeak Toy Dog Toys, Large, Black
Dogs dig Squeaker Matz! With multiple rows of squeakers, and awesome shake and flap factor, these toys are sure to keep pups playing. Bound to become your best friend’s favorites, our lovable toys are durably designed with an engaging array of shapes, sounds and textures so you can have huge fun with your furry friend.
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My smallest dogs can't really make it squeak but my 14lb rat terrier chihuahua mix can reach and squeak the right spots from the edge. His sharp teeth haven't punctured a single one yet (that was a big concern of mine, and why I hesitated on a non-velcro-opening toy: I usually have to replace the squeakers somewhat often)... there are 16, though, so honestly if he did end up puncturing one eventually, it wouldn't be a big deal. Getting a photo was hard because the second I pick up this thing, they all come running in instant play mode, but I tried!
Kyjen has slowly become my go-to stuffed toy brand- I only wish they made -Extra- Small stuffed toys for my smallest dog, too (Kong makes a few of them).
Well, much to my dismay I'm having to lower my STARS from 5 to 3. Why? Because I finally ordered another Moo-Cow and it's not nearly as nice as the first one we owned. Unlike the old Moo-Cow which we all loved, the new one is made from thinner fabric :(
It still has tons of squeakers, but you can see light come through two layers of the fabric. And honestly I'm not going to be able to leave this our with our tennis-ball-shredding and cow-ripping poodle.
Probably fine for better behaved pets like my rescue Jack, but not brutish moyen-sized poodles.
September 21, 2011
I must say our little Jack-bee 'Charlie' loves this toy. We received it as a present when she was about 9 weeks old and she took to it right away and it's still her favorite play item now that's she's almost 4 months with lots of other toys to choose from.
We've played with the toy outdoors and indoors. I've dragged it along the ground and thrown it up in the air and she races around trying to grab the tail or leaps (she's part Russell afterall) high off the ground to grab it and bring it back to me.
I believe there's two aspects of the toy that she enjoys best. The first is the nice mouthy feel of the fur. It's a good thickness for a smaller dog. AND the squeakies. Once she found out that she could make the old cow squeal she was hooked, and I see her searching out the toy during the day to bring it to some good dog-place where she can chew and chew and enjoy the squeaks.
A bit dirty now but showing no other signs of wear. The cow is over a foot long, softly furred, with 16 squeakers for chewing pleasure.
Our pup is now almost 7 months old and this toy is still her fave. One of the squeakers no longer makes any sound, however the others are fine, and I even washed "Moo-Cow" on the gentle cycle after if fell into a pile of poo. (Washed up fine)
We've also adopted an companion dog for Charlie-girl. And the new pup loves Moo-Cow too. The pair of them sometimes gang up on the poor dear for a tug. Enjoy. This seems to be a good choice.
As she destroyed some of the squeakers their plastic bits would find their way outside of the pelt, and onto my floor which required cleaning. This was especially important to note as she insisted on ignoring the animal’s carcass, and ensuring the dislodged clear plastic squeaker was dead, presenting a possible choking hazard. All-in-all these were great value for the price. Do they present a choking hazard? Yes, but what doesn't? The risk in normal at worst. I recommend this!