does the destructosaurus have squeakers? Can anyone recommend the largest, high durability, with squeaker toy from this brand?

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Sorry, I don't have this particular version of the Tuffy. I can say that the pig, crab, lobster, peacock, big green dinosaur (T Rex?) all have squeakers---some easier to squeak than others. I don't think the scorpion or the big brown bull have squeakers. I actually prefer NO squeakers, as I've found repeatedly that… see more Sorry, I don't have this particular version of the Tuffy. I can say that the pig, crab, lobster, peacock, big green dinosaur (T Rex?) all have squeakers---some easier to squeak than others. I don't think the scorpion or the big brown bull have squeakers. I actually prefer NO squeakers, as I've found repeatedly that the noise just encourages my dogs to rip apart the toys to get the plastic bladder out---which is a choking hazard, no matter the size of the dog. I love the Tuffy's Ultimate: best toys we've had. Keep them in the house, as they are very dense and would be impossible to wash/dry completely if they became dirty/wet outside. We've been through 3 or 4 pigs over the years: for unknown reasons (color? shape?), my German shorthaired pointers LOVED them and did take them apart...but only the pigs. The hippo was not a good choice: the fabric lining of the mouth was thin and ripped open easily in the first week. see less Sorry, I don't have this particular version of the Tuffy. I can say that the pig, crab, lobster, peacock, big green dinosaur (T Rex?) all have squeakers---some easier to squeak than others. I don't think the scorpion or the big brown bull have squeakers. I actually prefer NO squeakers, as I've found repeatedly that the noise just encourages my dogs to rip apart the toys to get the plastic bladder out---which is a choking hazard, no matter the size of the dog. I love the Tuffy's Ultimate: best toys we've had. Keep them in the house, as they are very dense and would be impossible to wash/dry completely if they became dirty/wet outside. We've been through 3 or 4 pigs over the years: for unknown reasons (color? shape?), my German shorthaired pointers LOVED them and did take them apart...but only the pigs. The hippo was not a good choice: the fabric lining of the mouth was thin and ripped open easily in the first week.
GSP mom
· May 9, 2020
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The t rex has squeakers in its hands. Our 75lb Am Bully had them ripped out in 20 minutes. Super disappointed. Paid over 50 bucks and the it in the garbage in the first half hour. Don't waste your money if you know you have a power chewer. The only toys I've found that last our girls are the XL Kong Extreme and the Goughnuts ring with the YELLOW dot.
Mable
· May 12, 2020
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Yes very very durable but dino is very large got it for my newfoundland but tuffy toys really last! Had it for 8 yrs from when he was a pup and washed and dried it not problem then he outgrow it so we gave it away still brand new!
Heddie
· May 9, 2020
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Great quality and has a squeaker
Terri Lynn Lewis
· May 9, 2020
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No squeakers in Destructa
Anon
· May 9, 2020
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