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Rosewood Molly Mouse Dog Toy, clear

4.3 out of 5 stars 2,116 ratings

Pet toy type Plush
Target species Dog
Theme Animals
Breed recommendation All Breed Sizes
Brand Rosewood

About this item

  • Mini size plush and rope dog toy
  • Includes a squeaker inside
  • Great for interaction between you and your pet
  • Model number: 39018
  • Age range description: All ages. Included components: Single Item. Item display weight: 0.6 kilograms.
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 April 2017
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Dog chew
    By doodles on 6 April 2017
    Was really pleased that my dog (cavalier King Charles Spaniel) wanted to chew this when he first got it. Nice toy & he engaged with it. But we have only had it 48 hours and he has chewed off one of the legs already. This is quicker then he has managed on other toys but it is why I get them. It does save the shoelaces, belts etc of the humans of the household. So, bit disappointed it only lasted 2 days before first limb is off but there are still 3 more, plus tail and 2 ears for him to work through. So maybe should give it 3.5 or 4 stars.

    Update 25/4/17
    My dog got the secong leg off too, but these time it didn't pass through. Thankfully didn't require surgery. My fault for not noticing it had not passed through as the first one had, but five days later, having eaten a lot of grass, he was sick and this leg was in there. I had begun to wonder on the previous day as his bowel movements were not as I would expect. My dog is only 8 kgs so don't think he is that agressive a chewer, so I wouldn't recommend this.
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 January 2019
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing Product
    By Paula G on 2 January 2019
    I bought this for my pup for Christmas...was so disappointed. She managed to get into the stuffing and remove foot (see pic) within hours which is really unlike my dog - she has boxes full of toys that have stood the test of time and a little chewing. The seams/stitching needs to be stronger/better quality - I thought 'Rosewood' products were an indication of this. Feels like a waste of money now.

    Having looked at reviews since, I am concerned that so many reviews have mentioned the potential choking hazard but it seems nothing has been done still! :o(
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 January 2022
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    3.0 out of 5 stars Didn’t last long
    By Dewbre on 22 January 2022
    Got this for our dog but it’s ear was gone within 5 minutes of him having it. He loves it and the rope bits are still intact after about 2 hours of playing with it but don’t think it will last very long. It’s a shame as looked a new little toy. Wouldn’t recommend if you dog chews his toys.
    Edit. Have added a photo showing the poor mouse after 1 day of our dog having it. Yep only the rope legs left. Poor mouse
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