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I have a 10 lb. rescued dog with neurological problems, including poor vision. I have been searching (and searching!) for toys that would engage her attention and teach her how to play, but not be too frustrating.This little Pipsqueak Pig is the best thing ever! It's small enough that she can carry it around in her mouth, and has plenty of things to chew on, like legs and ears. It's very soft and squishy. But the best thing that sets this one apart is the voice box Velcroed inside the belly. When you drop or toss the pig, it sets off a simulated oink oink sound. It's not particularly realistic or pleasing to my ear, but hey, it's not my toy. My dog LOVES this! She comes running when she hears the sound. She is figuring out how to make it work, which is different from the standard squeaky toy that you just chew on. And the other good thing for her is that she can toss it around and find it again, unlike a ball that rolls out of sight. She even carries it into her crate and sleeps with it. This from a dog that had no idea what to do with a toy. Well, this little pig got really dirty, and I thought it was ruined. I removed the voice box and tossed it in the washer and dryer; it came out like new! This is the best thing I've found, and I will be ordering the whole set. Highly recommend for small dogs.
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My dog loves them
By Janet from South Plainfield, NJ
On September 25, 2007:
My dog loves the talking toys. I get several different talking toys at a time to give her "variety"