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    15 Of The Best Dog Toys You Can Get At Walmart

    Treat your pup like royalty without having to increase your subjects' taxes.

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    1. A dishwasher-safe, multipurpose bouncy toy with a hollow cavity that'll make it perfect for sticking in a few treats, giving to your dog, and then leaving the room quickly while you head out the door to work.


    BTW, it's best suited to dogs between 30 lb. and 65 lb.

    Promising review: "We have a 110 lb. dog. He's a saint bernard and mastiff. He's a gentle giant and wouldn't hurt a fly but tears toys apart, he likes to chew things. So when I saw this I was hopeful. This is hard rubber and Mayhem loves it, he chews and chews, and it doesn't seem to be damaging it. I was pleasantly surprised it has lasted as well as it has. Usually toys last a month or two. He has had this for three or four months and it is still is going strong. I would recommend it to anyone with a large chewer in the family. He throws it, chews it, he loves it. And well worth the money!" β€”vandalia

    Price: $8.94

    2. A ~frisky~ creature with a textured latex surface to give 'em something to really gnaw onto indoor or outdoors.


    Note that there are a variety of options and you'll be shipped one at random (but so worth it)!

    Promising review: "My two Jack Russells barked when this was delivered to the front door. They hit the box with their paws until I opened it, then quickly took out the toys (one for each) and ran off to play with their new squeaky toy. They cherish this toy and take it to bed with them." β€”Diana675

    Price: $4.73

    3. A tennis-ball launcher here for your poor upper arm that just can't keep up with your rambunctious fur baby. Also, you won't have to touch drool-covered balls!


    Promising review: "The dog loves it, and I love not dealing with a slobbery wet ball. It's also fun to shoot it across the lawn. Great for the elderly or disabled, no need to bend over to pick up the ball. Just push the muzzle on top of the ball and it's loaded again for another round!" β€”Ctrem

    Price: $15.99

    Also check out a cheaper stick-style launcher that'll require more motion.

    4. A soft, squeaky Lambchop may seem steep for a dog toy but my old roomie Cleo's has gone strong through lots o' love and several washes.


    Promising review: "I had purchased a very small one at my local store and it was well loved, then ordered a slightly larger one online. That size had a face that was knitted and didn't last more than a couple of hours before my Pug had ripped it open. Not good! From the photos online, I could tell that this large one was made of the fake fur material all over. Yes, it's more than I usually pay for toys, but my Pug is CRAZY about this toy, which is a bit bigger than he is. He carries it around everywhere, sleeps with it, plays very roughly with it, and it has held up very we!l. The only change I would make would be to put a larger squeaker in the belly or to add small squeakers in each of the feet as well as the one in the belly. After seeing mine, a friend bought one for her 12-pound Chiweenie and her dog loves it too." β€”Puvmomma999

    Price: $13.99

    5. A fetch-friendly oinker that'll be perfect for saying "That'll do pig, that'll do" once you tire of the squeaking.


    Promising review: "My chihuahua loves these little toys. They're the perfect size for him and be never gets tired of playing with them. However, the squeaker in them is very loud and high pitched, which can be annoying at times." β€”luvpinkhtown

    Price: $2.72

    6. An eye-popping toy as an oh-so-satisfying response to your dog's playtime bites.


    Note that you'll receive the frog, duck, or pig at random.

    Promising review: "My English bulldog usually destroys toys within 15 seconds to 5 minutes. I can't believe this duck is still intact and still squeaks. As soon as I pulled it out of the package he lunged at me to get get it. He loves it!" β€”Amy022674

    Price: $6.13

    7. A leggy monkey just begging for a round of tug o' war.


    Promising review: "My yellow lab loves this monkey. This is his second one, I bought him one at a Walmart on our way to camp in the summer. Of course he eventually tears it apart, but he actually carried it to bed with him. There is only a leg, arm, and piece of its head left. Stuffing and squeaker gone. He was so happy with the other one, he carried it around and pranced like a small pony. Can't wait to give him the new one for Christmas." β€”lovecamping60

    Price: $5.97

    8. A bacon-scented chew toy with helpful lil' nubs on it that'll help clean your dog's teeth.


    Promising review: "My dogs love these. They are half of the price of Nylabones and my dogs cannot destroy them. My dogs have gone through a million tennis balls, toys, etc and nothing is durable. Except these. even after eight months they are hardly chewed, after an active 2-year-old wide-jawed pitbull has chomped on it. Love, Love, love these!" β€”Dana

    Price: small size.

    9. A durable tug bar with super bright colors can make it easy to track down in your yard or house after all playtime has concluded.


    Promising review: "This toy is great for a medium sized dog or any size puppy. A mix of firm and soft and cloth textures will give any dog a good variety of places to chew. Great for helping keep teeth clean and also for diverting attention for those chronic shoe chewers. The strings on the end help make this a tug toy for human/dog play or dog/dog activity. The squeaker embedded in the rubber gives off an encouraging sound to keep curious dogs interested. Also has a bacon scent that seems to be released more as the toy is used, which may be the initial reason a dog will take off with the Play Tug right away." β€”kazul

    Price: $6.97

    10. A soft chew ring with super tough construction to outlive so many other dog toys that've met their demise. R.I.P.


    Promising review: "It is sewn together really well. My little Ellie is quite a chewer and loves to tear things apart. This is a GREAT stuffed toy! Most stuffed toys last her a couple of days and that's when all the stuffing is gone and the material is in shredded pieces. This Tuffy Dog Ring has lasted her about three WEEKS! I just purchased another one from my local Walmart store today. Since it was the last one on the shelf, I will be ordering another ring from as a backup. The price is more, but considering how long it lasts it's cheaper than buying a new toy every other day." β€”Tina

    Price: $11.97

    11. A plush hedgehog who looks like they're down to have a good time, all the time β€” which is fortunate because your dog hangs around with a ruff crowd.


    Multiple designs available, so what ships will vary.

    Promising review: "This toy is great. I have an aggressive chewer who will normally have a stuffed animal torn to pieces in a day. My dog Dude has had his Dan Dee hedgehog for over two and the only thing missing are the feet." β€”angus1605

    Price: $4.97

    12. An adorable gator made with an extra layer of fabric so it can outlast so many other soft toys that have met their fate in your dog's ferocious jaws.


    Promising review: "A sturdy little toy that has lasted a week. My large dog loves it and has played with it often. A bonus is that it squeaks. I like Kong products!" β€”aquiltlover

    Price: $20.99

    13. And a resilient moose from the same brand as the gator who also has that extra layer of protection because it's wild out there for a young moose trying to make it!


    Promising review: "My dog is obsessed with this toy. I thought it might be too big for him (my Maltese mix is only 7 lb.), but he manages fine and loves chewing on the antlers." β€”Ciara

    Price: $5.49

    14. A chicken-scented chew ring equipped with all kinds of lil' nubs designed to keep your bb's teeth clean and gums massaged.


    Promising review: "My German shorthair loves to chew. This is her favorite and lasts longer than most of the chewable toys we've tried. I've been having trouble finding these in the store so just ordered eight online. Should last at least eight months!" β€”Janet

    Price: $4.97

    15. A colorful pig may make *you* squeal with delight when you see how much your pupper loves it.


    Promising review: "I loved this toy when I saw it because my granddog loves pigs so I was thrilled when I saw that Walmart had them in two different sizes. I purchased three for my large dogs and the boxer has taken great care of hers and plays with it a lot. My oldest lab loves his and takes care of it, but my other lab is a chewer and has chewed the ear off of hers so it won't do the grunt anymore. However, these are such fun for them, I would recommend them anyway because they have a blast playing with them. If you have a dog who chews, they will destroy them but I have not found much that my chewer lab will not destroy. For the price, you can't go wrong." β€”littleslack

    Price: $4.97

    Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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