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Dummy Recommendation #8311511 07/03/21 02:35 PM
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My little lab loves to retrieve but I hear her chomping the soft dummy I throw for her. Which dummy would you use to break her of chomping down on it? I don't want to hurt her or make her not want to retrive but pre-tenderized birds are also something I dont want.
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Not a dummy made that will do that . Force fetching will fix it .

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Frozen birds

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