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Dog Toys For Aggressive Chewers Give Hours Of Fun

Dog toys for aggressive chewers are a must for big dogs.  They’ve got to be entertaining to keep the dog’s interest, but also tough enough to stand up to chewing and tugging.

Luckily, the team is always on the hunt for tough dog toys. Here are some of our favorites. (Click the name of any of the toys to find out more about the toy and order yours.)


Dog toys for aggressive chewers

Kong Blue Dog Toys

Red Kongs are tough. Kong Black toys are tougher. But the toughest of them all are Kong Blue toys, developed specifically to hold up to the chewing urges of military, police, and other working dogs. Available in 5 sizes for tough chewers from 2 to 200 pounds.

indestructible dog ball

Indestructible Dog Ball

This ball is made of extra durable plastic that your dog cannot chew through. Sizes range from 4 1/2 inches to 10 inches across. They're perfect for rolling, pawing, pushing, and batting. Available in 3 sizes.

launcher toy

Dog Ball Launcher Toy

Does your tough chewer love to fetch, only to leave his tennis ball in a pile of rubber and felt shreds? This dog ball launcher comes with an extra tough ball made of recycled material designed to stand up better than flimsy tennis balls. He'll love the chewy texture of this ball, which also floats and bounces.


Stop wasting money on toys that your dog will tear apart within a day. Give your dog some dog toys for aggressive chewers. He'll get more fun out of it and you'll get your money's worth.


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