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Read the description of this toy. Apparently, Daisy coulda made me rich. She'd be a one-dog factory for these things


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This brings up a question for Chloe's mom and Jen: Are there certain stuffed toys that your babies DON'T de-stuff? Normally, when Daisy gets a new stuffed toy, she de-stuffs it pretty much immediately. There are 4 toys that she has not done this with, and I can't figure out why. I'm thinking maybe the stuffing is different, maybe it smells different and not so interesting. Has this happened in your house?
 

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Duke has only destuffed one toy his entire life. He mainly just tosses them in the air and chases them and zooms around with them. Not sure why he's so good with his toys when he is so bad with my throw rugs!
 

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OK, odd, I typed out a response to this already and I could swear that I hit submit...I guess not.

Yes, Jersey has toys she doesn't de-stuff. I don't know why she has the urge to rip some apart and not others. She also has lots that she will play with for months and not destroy. Then she'll suddenly decide one was bad and must be punished by having it's guts ripped out. Silly little thing. I wish I knew what went through that head of hers sometimes.
 

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Not a good idea for me, but Charlie

He will de-stuff in 2 minutes, the whole thing will be shredded.
 

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Monty de-stuffs ALL his stuffies he gets. But, when we take him to my boyfriend's parents place, he will play with their dogs stuffies, but will not rip out the stuffing. He seems to know they're not his to destroy
 

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Lucky only unstuffs toys when he is being ignored. Other than that he throws them around and plays with them. He hates rug toys mostly and always shreds those.
 

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Originally Posted By: ZookeeperDuke has only destuffed one toy his entire life. He mainly just tosses them in the air and chases them and zooms around with them. Not sure why he's so good with his toys when he is so bad with my throw rugs!
Same thing with Zoey, shes just content chewing on things but her big sis is another story. She has this obsession with removing the sqeaker from any stuffed toy that has one
Shes usually very precise in doing it almost surgical and of course that leaves an open toy for Zoey to finish destuffing
So no stuffed toys unless I'm in the same room.
 

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I saw these at PetSmart once last year and then they were gone. When I asked about them I was told that they never carried a toy like that. I knew I wasn't crazy!!!

Stuffed toys last about a month before they get de-stuffed. The squeaker is the first to go, then the stuffing.
 

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Quote:Stuffed toys last about a month before they get de-stuffed. The squeaker is the first to go, then the stuffing.
Lucky you! Stuffed toys at my house last about one minute for every dollar spent. My little boy is a surgeon when it comes to removing squeakers and then spreading stuffing all over the floor. My girl seems to get enough enjoyment from watching that she rarely is so violent herself. The only things that last are squeak-free stuffed toys (if they are very very well sewn) or toys that aren't very furry, since he knows exactly what kind of toy will be the most fun to disembowel and goes for those first.

Luckily, lately he has taken to chasing squeak-balls around, and provided they aren't small enough for him to get in to his back teeth for maximum destruction, they tend to last quite a while.
 

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OK, so HEY ALL OF US SILLY OWNERS:

Why not just buy whatever stuffy toy is cheapest, cut a little hole and pull the stuffing out ourselves, then give it to the resident beagle?

Oh wait ~~~ Because we are silly people that are, in reality, owned by our beagles, and know that they really enjoy the destuffing process, so we continue to buy what pleases them and dutifully clean up the stuffing carnage
 
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