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Designed for dogs who like to shake, toss, tug, snuggle, and squeak their toys. Stuffing in the head and tail provide a great grip for tug-of-war, and the perfect amount of plush for cuddle time. Constructed with a patented squeaking assembly, this toy squeaks when both ends are pulled simultaneously. As versatile as it is fun, Fat Tails are ideal for both interactive play between pawrent and pooch, as well as multi-dog tug time.
We design our toys to be durable, but no dog toy is indestructible. For safety, you should always supervise while your dog plays with any toy. Remove all packaging and dispose or properly. Parts of this item can be a choking hazard to pets and children if removed from the toy. If any becomes loose, detached, or destroyed, remove the toy and discard immediately.
I gave this as a Christmas gift to my previous foster dog who got adopted a couple of years ago. They say she loves and takes it with her wherever she goes.
We love playing tug games, they get excited that it make sound every time they pull/tug it. They also love to cuddle with it.
This is my dog's 4th Fat tail Goat which she carries around the house and sleeps with it. She is about the same size as the Goat and we step over it because it is the same color as the dog. Couldn't live without it!
My 1yr German Shepherd loves this toy! Her new favorite!
My large breed mix pup is now six months old, and stuffed animals are suddenly a problem. He has many adult teeth and he's able to chew off enticing small parts on toys like noses, tails, and tiny paws. He also pulls the stuffing out of toys and tries to eat it. I got him the fat tail Koala and it is a perfect toy for him. He has an urge to chew fabric, and most fabric is off limits (clothes, furniture) but this lets him indulge. There are also no small parts to chew off, and there's no stuffing to pull out. The squeaker is loud and he likes to run around the house with it in his mouth, squeaking it as he goes. He'll also settled down with it and chew. So far, there is no damage to the toy (it's been a couple of days). He weighs around 50 pounds.