Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5
by TexasDogLover 2 Years Later, Still Kicking (minus the squeakers)
This is one of the best dog toys I've ever bought. My 25-pound terrier/ciao ciao/rottweiler mix LOVES this toy, and though he's long since destroyed the squeakers, it's still his favorite.
It's held up for more than 2 years, and we still play tug-of-war with it. It's in moderate-to-poor shape, but still good enough to play with, and he always comes back to it over other toys.
This and the alligator we purchased are the only ones to have survived from his early days, and yes, the squeakers were the first things to go, but they're still a great product for the money. Especially if they lasted this long with a dog who goes through a "Large Dog"-size bone in about two weeks!
Well done, Crazy Critters!
May 28, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by MomofTracker horrible
Delivered & opened @ 1:38 pm, by 2:00pm, one "squeaker" was silent! Nope, the 60 lb, 2 yr old dog DID NOT rip or tear the toy...it's still intact but mostly SILENT as the other "squeaker" is anemic at best. IMHO, skip this costly toy & get a cheaper one!
February 27, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by sentry52 terrible product
i have a toy Aussie within 15 min. the squeaker was not working and within 25 min. the fox was completely destroyed
November 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jimdandy How much our dog loves the Red Fox Crazy Critter.
Our 3 year old female Basenji just loves her Red Fox Crazy Critter. Her name is Suzie-Q, and she is about the same color of her "Foxie." She is Chestnut Red and White, which is the most common color for Basenjis, the African barkless dog breed. She shakes her "Foxie" like most dogs would kill a snake, and "Foxie" has held up very well, considering that he is about 2 years old. I recommend this durable dog toy because dogs will play with it, and it's cost is very affordable. They also make Crazy Critters in several different animal styles to suit you and your dog's preferences. If your dog likes to play with dog toys, he or she will love Crazy Critters.
November 4, 2015