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Does she actually obviously damage this rope toy? You say in a comment that she destroyed a different rope toy (that had a ball attached), but if she doesn't show any signs of causing damage to this specific rope toy then she's unlikely to wake up one morning and immediately rip it to a dangerous state. You should monitor it for wear over time and be ready ...


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I actually disagree with Elmy here. If your dog could swallow a large chunk of the rope, they may choke and die. To prevent this, I would consider: getting a tougher toy/rope that your dog won't be able to destroy; keeping your dog under more supervision; buying alternative toys so you can take the said toy away when you aren't watching your dog and ...


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As long as she doesn't destroy the rope, I wouldn't worry. Traditional rope toys are made of cotton or a comparable natural fiber because they are intended to be chewed on and ingested in small amounts. As long as you only play tug of war or the dog only carries it around, they are no problem. The problem arises when the dog actually chews through strands of ...


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