Check out our latest installment of Meadow chews stuff up!

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As you may know, from time to time, we feature my sister’s dog, Meadow and put a new toy to the the Meadow chew test to see how long a toy usually described as durable or indestructible, or something along those lines, can survive Meadow’s strong teeth and enthusiastic playing.

This time around, Meadow is trying out the Chuck it! Kick Fetch ball.

Meadow with new ball


The ball is made of foam and rubber and brighly colored, so it’s easy to spot when being thrown in the park or in the water. It also got pretty high customer ratings on for durability (a 3.8 out of 4 average). For more information, you can check it out on Amazon at this link:

But, as you can see from the above pic, Meadow was pretty determined to put this ball to the Meadow Test…

The next pic shows the top of the ball after one day with Meadow. The top has suffered some damage, but it looks like there are still a few days of yummy chewiness ahead for her.

ball with top chewed off


dog chew toy


And, it also looks like she needed to take a little break and snuggle up with my nephew before more chewing. Everybody say, “Awwww!” 🙂

Meadow resting

Have a suggestion for a great chew toy that you think can give Meadow a run for her money? Let us know!



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We put new toys to the Meadow chew test

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From time to time, we bring you segments of the Meadow Chew Test.

Like many young pups with lots of energy, Meadow is a champion chewer who can go through supposedly long lasting bones/toys, so we thought she would be a good product tester.

Whenever she tries out a new chew toy, we’ll let you know how well it stood the Meadow test.

Today, we tried out these cute, furry toys from There are two pictured below, but they come in a pack of three (fox, raccoon and squirrel). You can find out more information about them here:


raccoon and fox dog toys

Meadow got to work inspecting them immediately.

dog chewing toys

So far, these new toys have passed the Meadow chew test, which is pretty impressive! Maybe she isn’t feeling very destructive today or perhaps she thinks they’re too nice to chew up? Only Meadow knows for sure.

We love this pic, by the way. Meadow lined these toys up herself and seems to be quite proud of it:

Meadow with three of her new toys lined up

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