3 out of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Spot Mini Skinneeez Stuffing Free Ostrich (12.5")
Review 1 for Spot Mini Skinneeez Stuffing Free Ostrich (12.5")
Date:May 11, 2013
Breed:two miniature dachshunds
Our doxie loves this toy more than any others. She will play with the other ones but this is her favorite and she always has it with her or in a "special" place where she can find it. Hard to find the small ostrich in any pet stores, so very glad to have found it here. Mitzi thanks you and so do we.
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Review 2 for Spot Mini Skinneeez Stuffing Free Ostrich (12.5")
My dog loves his Skinneeez Stuffing Free Ostrich - plays with it all the time - and best of all - there is no stuffing to pull-out.
My Cairn Terrier Mochi loves to be 'destructo-dog' tearing the stuffing out of all stuffed animals, and guess who gets to clean up his disemboweled toys? At first I used to re-stuff, and sew up the toys, and after several times, just put the toys on a shelf.
I finally smartened up with these toys which give him all the pleasure of the hunt, without out the kill and the mess!
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Review 3 for Spot Mini Skinneeez Stuffing Free Ostrich (12.5")
5 of 11 found this review helpful.
Kaiden's all-time favorite toy!!!
Date:November 11, 2010
We bought one of these about 15 months ago for our then 4 pound Havanese puppy Kaiden, and he immediately loved it. At 14 pounds, he still loves it. There are 3 main features that make this toy great. First, it is incredibly durable. Kaiden eventually tore open a seam to expose the "guts" and remove one of the squeakers, but it took him a year to do it. Second, it is long enough to use for a game of "tug-a-birdie" without the dog accidently getting the human's fingers. Third, there is a squeaker at each end. Kaiden likes to play tug-a-birdie for a while, then take a break to have a squeaking duel. This is one of the few toys that has kept his interest for a long time - over a year now.Until I found this site, I wasn't sure what kind of bird it was. We first called it Mutant Wingless Birdie. In the past year he has managed to disintigrate one eye and remove the guts (the sack holding one of the squeakers), so we now call it Mutant Wingless One-eyed Gutless Birdie. Whatever its condition or name, it remains his favorite toy.