27 out of 27(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for JUNIOR Squeaking Hedgehog (Brown)
Review 1 for JUNIOR Squeaking Hedgehog (Brown)
My dog loves this toy
Date:June 12, 2014
My dog can "kill" the squeeker in this toy but it is a well made toy and I just cut it open, replace the squeeker and stitch it up. If the manufacturer could wrap the squeeker in kevlar or something it would last longer warranting the higher quality of the body of this toy. I have tried to buy tougher squeekers but they don't seem to exist.
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Review 2 for JUNIOR Squeaking Hedgehog (Brown)
Everybody loves Junior
Date:March 11, 2014
Breed:2 chihuahuas and 1 havanese
Bought all my neighbor friends a Junior and although some have been dissected of the squeaker, they have become the favorite toy.
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Review 3 for JUNIOR Squeaking Hedgehog (Brown)
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
Date:February 5, 2014
fromDes Moines, Iowa
I've ordered 6 of these over the past couple years for my dog and for gifts. This is my dogs favorite toy...he bites it, kisses it, sleeps with it, carries it around, runs with it in his mouth, squeaks it, plays tug-o-war with it....etc! I keep one hidden/one hand for him in case we wear out the squeaker...but he loves them even after he has taken the stuffing out! Lol
This has been one of the sturdiest toys I've ever bought. It's been through 1 adult Chihuahua, 1 Chihuahua puppy with very sharp teeth and a Dachshund puppy. The 2 puppies love to play tug-of-war with it and it has no rips nor punctures. It's a bit worn from all it's been through but still in good shape. It's practically indestructible!
My dog loves this hedgehog. It squeaks so that makes it even more special to her. She likes you to throw it and she retrieves it. She also will lay down with it and chew on it just to listen to it squeak.
We have purchased both the junior and large hedgehog as our sheltie just loves them! The junior is best for her mouth size but the large one has two squeakers (one squeak and one grunt). She runs away when it grunts so it makes for more fun for us. This is not a toy for a chewer unless you supervise closely.