Tuffy LIL Oscar Small Octopus

$34.60

Ships in approximately 1 day.

3 Reviews

Details

Worlds Tuffest soft dog toy. Washable and they float. 3 layers of material and 5 rows of stitching. Lil Oscar has a Tuff Scale rating of 7. Approx 30cm diameter and 12cm high.

Designed for small to medium size dogs who like to whip their toys and play tug. Each toy has 8 legs and multiple squeakers. Your dog won't grow tired of this exciting new toy!

Vet Recommended and Approved!

Each toy is made with two layers of industrial grade nylon, and one layer of soft fleece on the outside. All of the layers are sewn together to make one super strong layer of material. Each toy is sewn together with 2 layers of linear stitching. After the toy is sewn together an additional piece of black nylon trim is added to cover the four rows of stitching. This extra piece of nylon is sewn with 3 linear stitches to give the product a total of 7 seams! Now that’s one tough toy!

Each toy is washable (air dry) and they float!

(Not Recommended for extremely tough chewers. The Ultimate series of Tuffie toys will work best for them.)

Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

3.7

Tuffy LIL Oscar Small Octopus

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This toy lasted about three months before my two labradors split the seams and the stuffing came out everywhere - resewd 4 times to no avail. The toy has remained stuffingless, and the girls still enjoy playing with it

Tuffy LIL Oscar Small Octopus

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My Staffy x Golden Retriever managed to rip apart the "head" of the octopus after a couple of weeks but all the legs are still intact. They still like the remaining toy because all the squeakers are in the legs.

2 months on, and dogs still love this

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From Central Coat, NSW

My dogs love to chew and play tug war. The octopus has all it legs half chewed. The legs are compartmentalised so not the stuffing came out. The squeakers are in pouches, easier to get from puppy once they have pulled them out. These toys are worth the extra money as they are far tuffer than anything else I have tried. The still love playing with it and trying to break the seams on the head(which they haven't done yet)