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      Chuck it indoor ball

      I've been looking at the Chuck it indoor ball at the pet store for months and finally decided to buy it. Big mistake! Sam is bent on destroying it. He keeps pulling on the loops and using his little front teeth to try and rip the label off. Ugh... I guess that 10 dollars down the tubes! I hate when I know better than to buy something but can't resist because I think Sam will have so much fun!
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      Daisy has this ball but doesn't play with very often. I got it when Daisy was in heat and wanted to play more indoor fetch. She was showing it off yesterday when my friend and her dog came over but usually she ignores it.
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      I do the same thing, buy a toy and it's gone in 20mins. but it's worth watching them have fun!

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      Daisy is too cute with her ball!

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      We used to call it the "dollar a minute toys"! There were toys Lucy was allowed to chew on, and those that she was not. If it was expensive and not designed to be a chew toy, I took it away if she started in on it. First I tried a "NO!" And if that didn't work, I took it away. She got the hang of it after many lessons, that, and growing up a little.

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      Luna has that ball. So far she has not chewed it at all, just carries it around. But hers isn't a ball shape, it's more of a donut.
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      For our power chewers a partially deflated basketball the size of a cantaloupe has survived a few months.

      Although the full size football lasted 2 days.
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