AKC Rabbit Dog Toy, Large
- Designed for safe, durable, pet play
- Super Premium Quality
- Strong plush fabric, double stitched with embroidered details and no small parts to swallow
- Toys are meant for you and your pet to enjoy together. Supervise your pet while playing. If separation occurs, take the toy away immediately
- Totally Authentic AKC Products
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic plush for large and small dogs alike.,
This review is from: AKC Rabbit Dog Toy, Large (Misc.)Before purchasing the Jakks Pacific Plush Rabbit, I had purchased two similar squeaking plush toys (goose and pheasant, respectively) from Petsmart. Both of those toys lasted a few weeks, if that, and cost about five dollars more than the plushes offered here.
I knew this was the real deal when I saw it was A.K.C. approved and it hasn't disappointed me yet. I've got a 70lb Dalmatian/Lab mix that's played with this toy since May and I have yet to find a piece missing from it. If you're looking for a clean, durable plush for your pet, Jakks Pacific is the way to go.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
definitely destructible. and, strange squeaker.,
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This review is from: AKC Rabbit Dog Toy, Small (Misc.)I'm going to preface by writing that I think dogs have different feelings and intentions toward different toys. Like, my dog plays more gently with some toys, and more rough with others. So, the length of time it takes a dog to destroy a toy is not necessarily indicative of the quality of the toy.
I bought the large for my mid-size lab/pit adolescent. My dog clearly had an intent to destroy when she received Rabbit. She sat, I handed it to her, she politely took it from my hand, and then she dashed off to her play area to wreak destruction. All within the span of an hour, she ripped open Rabbit's neck, pulled out the squeaker, and emptied Rabbit's torso of stuffing. (see user image of black dog) That said, my dog has continued to love playing with Rabbit's carcass.
I think maybe part of the reason why my dog destroyed Rabbit so quickly is that Rabbit's squeaker is a little different than those of some of the other AKC toys and made a crinkly sound. In other toys, I just found a little white plastic squeaker. In Rabbit, however, there was a clear plastic baggie around the squeaker opening, tied to the squeaker by string, and with a little bit of stuffing in the baggie. I think this was to create a superior squeak, because while squeakers in other toys sometime struggle to draw air for the squeak (when the to is matted/smothered by saliva?), this squeaker has a protected air supply. However, the presence of the baggie in the body of Rabbit created a plasticky crinkle sound whenever my dog bit down. I think this crinkly sound led my dog to further want to destroy.
Whatever the reason (dog attitude, toy craftsmanship, etc.), Rabbit ranks at the end of my current list of AKC toys for time lasted until destruction.
Fox > Squirrel > Duck > Rabbit.
Fox actually lasted 7 months, and Squirrel has lasted about 5 months so far and has only lost a foot. Keep in mind, though, that my dog continues to enjoy playing with the carcasses.
PRO: good to play with, even after stuffing is gone
CON: only one squeaker; squeaker makes unusual crunchy sound
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: AKC Rabbit Dog Toy, Large (Misc.)This rabbit is built well and hasn't come apart at all. It looks like a real rabbit and my dog loves it.
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