The Tuffy Shark is tough and durable but is gentle on the teeth and gums. Built to last, this toy is perfect for chewing and tugging, and even floats in water. Features: Sewn-in squeakers Protective webbing for added durability Great for indoor or outdoor play



This Tuffy Alien is ultra durable, this super tough toy is great for tugging and chewing, and even makes playful squeaking noises when it is squeezed. Sewn-in squeakers Protective webbing for added durability Great for indoor or outdoor play and even floats



This adorable and durable toy is built with multiple layers of material, stitching and webbing, and is gentle on teeth and gums with its soft fleece outer layer. It squeaks, floats and will keep him entertained for hours.



KONG's AirDog Dumbbell Squeaker Dog Toy is the perfect combo. This toy comes with a durable, high quality tennis ball material that's non-abrasive. With one bite, this toy also squeaks. Mula LOVES this toy!!!




Encourage your pet to eat and drink slowly with the KONG Slow Feed Puzzle Bowl. Eating at a slower place reduces excess air intake, improves digestion and prevents bloat. This bowl features a puzzle shape that can easily be used for both food and water, and helps prevent indigestion and gulping for a healthier way of eating at meal time. Holds 3 cups. Dimensions: 9.7 in D x 2.1 H (24.6 cm x 5.3



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Dead Toy Gallery


Beam me upThe first thing you learn with a new Malamute is they require a lot of toys.

A bored dog is an unhappy dog that may decide peeling wallpaper or gutting the sofa is fun, since a bored dog is also a destructive dog. We've found Malamutes love all kinds of toys, but they must be durable, safe and for some dogs, non-toxic without small parts. There are many commercial products that are made especially for large dogs that are safe, durable and fun! However, nothing is completely indestuctable to a determined Malamute. Shadow managed to "kill"a guaranteed indestructible ball by continuously popping it in his

A friend's dog ATE a kong (a very hard, large rubbery chew toy) that had to be surgically removed from his stomach. Most every Malamute owner will have a funny story about something their dog has eaten! Fortunately, because our dogs are raised with toys from a very young age they usually (notice I said USUALLY) don't eat the parts of things they destroy. Malamutes love toys they can pretend to hunt, kill and gut. Toys that squeek and have stuffing to pull out and spread around the house are favorites! Needless to say, most pet toys rarely last very long so there is no sense in buying expensive ones unless they are particularly durable.

I scour garage sales for baby-safe squeekies and stuffed animals they can destroy in a matter of minutes, but Ahhhh those few minutes! These do not have the small metal squeekers or swallowable eyes and noses, so unless your Malamute will eat the stuffing or plastic shreds, are pretty safe. For the potential new Malamute owner, here is our gallery "lifetimes").

Survival time:

headless doll
Wednesday Adams doll (headless) (3 hours)

treat ball
The easy way to remove the treats (1 day)

little mermaid squeakie missing head and tail
Little Mermaid Squeeky (5 minutes)

tennis ball in pieces
Tennis Ball destruction? (2 minutes)

Typical Malamute Living Room

Koani's toy guts strewn living room

Courtesy of Koani and Crew - atypical Malamute living room

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The Kong Quest lasted all of 3 minutes for Max....
I would NOT recommend this for a malamute since the chunks they can break off are very dangerous if swallowed.
It's sort of a softer, rubbery toy that lets you put treats in the holes. Later I learned it has been recalled.


When Star Trek Meets Planet Malamute

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pup Max

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Simone - Tired of toying with the Invader


Doesn't look all that bad...but stuffing has been removed with surgical precision



"Le Oucho" Taco Bell Dog

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Some dogshave a more literary bent...Darby is a fan of good literature


Oh NOMr. Bill... Oh No Mr. Bill!


Mula Loves Tennis balls and barbells....but they don't last long

Blotto Toy All stuffing
Riggs says "I don't usually destroy toys, but when I do, they are obliterated" - the most interesting Dog in the World



Dog beds don't last long either.

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Callie's contribution - her car

Frosty shows how it's done....you remove the stuffing just so


shredded toy gutted porcupine and others Frosty removing stuffing elephant without feet shredded toys and partsFrosty chewing up a brown toy


Shadow kills the Tasmanian Devil

No, it's MINE (pulling on TAZ) Nice n' chewy Mr. Taz (stuffed animal) He's still? The nose has to go Is he still alive? Did I do somethingwrong A little to the left...and right