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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