KONG® Off & On Squeaker Bone Dog Toy
I'm so disappointed. I expected better of Kong. I love the concept - which is the only reason I gave it two stars. My German shepherd managed to pull the outer layer off of this in a matter of hours. I've been so happy with the durability of Kong toys in general that I was willing to spend nearly $15 on a dog toy. That won't happen again...
October 27, 2014
Great Idea, not constructed as strong as kong!
I saw this the other day and thought this was just the ticket for our Catahoula Leopard dog who loves squeakers! It was spectacular for about 3 hours and then, as everyone else has found, the squeaker housing came off. And then the tennis ball material fell off, and then the entire squeaker came out, and next the bone was torn in half.
I have purchased many Kong products and have had no issue, this was a first. After looking at the back of the packaging, it says "not a chew toy"! Ok, now I'm lost. I figure a toy with a squeaker means that it is supposed to be chewed....I dunno maybe I was wrong.
Well it was $$$ lost in minutes, but this will not deter me from buying Kong gear in the future. I still believe their toys are better than most others. I will just be sure to buy the Extreme line from Kong, and make sure there is no fine print as to exactly what kind of toy it is.
July 1, 2014
Died within minutes
My puppy chewed on the switch for the squeaker until it died and then quickly ripped the fuzz off.
June 7, 2014
Most expensive garbage ever
I have always loved Kong products and have recommended the brand to friends with strong chewers. Yes, they tend to be pricey, but the durability was worth it.
However, I was very disappointed with this product! I bought 2 of these for Christmas, the largest one for my parents' dog and one size smaller for mine; they are both Boston Terriers. My parents' dog had the toy broken into pieces in less than 30 minutes, and my dog within an hour! Though quite a chewer, a Boston should NOT be able to tear apart a large Kong toy! Kong quality seems to be declining.
December 28, 2013