I have two rescue dogs.
Sherman is a 3.5 year old, 110 lb German Shepherd/Boxer/Mastiff (we think) mix that I've had for 3 years.
Chance is a 4 month old, 35 lb Beagle/Hound (we think) mix that we just adopted a month ago.
They chew through every toy I've gotten them in very short order. Sherman was not really a problem anymore because he had outgrown the "chewing on everything" stage and if a toy wasn't around, he would just not chew on anything. Chance, however, is still chewing on anything he gets his hands on: shoes, power cords (the reclining seats on my 8 month old couch no longer work because he chewed through the cord), my Cubs World Series hat, the blinds on my windows, crocheted pillow my daughter made me for my birthday, etc.
To help prevent this, I've tried to keep chew toys of different textures around. This works great, except between the two of them, they basically destroy them almost as fast as I can buy them. "Indestructible" toys are demolished in a day or two.
Can anybody suggest some toys that are actually durable?