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Best Toy purchased My shih tzu "shorty" Loves Max. We call it his doll. We have had Max for over two years and it is still his favorite toy. It endures laundry and extreme play very well. I am considering purchasing another to have on hand; Just in case. 05/31/2012
The toy is the best My PBGV has had so much fun with this toy because of the two squeakers. It is just the right size for him and we spend hours playing with his Max. Am exitedly waiting on his new Chrismas Max. He is going to love it. Yes I have had to do many repairs on Max, but it is still the toy he goes for when its play time 12/12/2011
not for big dogs this toy was tore up the same day it came, it should say for small dogs only 12/09/2011
Max Toy We have purchased many things from Pet Meds over the year and been very happy. This toy lasted less than 10 minutes and our pug had the filling pulled out at the seams. She is not usually destructive with toys like her boston terrier sister. I do not recommend this toy. 11/26/2011
Can't say why, but brings out the pup in Minnie! Memphis Minnie, our five year-old Airedale Terrier, has a basketful of toys. But when we ask, "Where's Dr. Max?," she bolts to wherever she's left him and runs around, squeaking him madly, and tossing him into the air. Maybe because he's soft or because he's just the right size - I can't tell you why this particular toy gives her such pleasure. She has not tried to tear it up (one of her dog pals removed an ear, however), and she takes it to her bed with her. Go figure; like catnip to a cat, it's just her favorite toy! 04/18/2011
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How safe is the filling used in the pet dolls?? My Pug/Shitzuh mix, tears them open in seconds...then proceeds to eat the stuffing if I'm not right there with him.... Is the stuffing hazardous? as far as chemicals??
Answer:We are very sorry to hear about your worries. As far as chemicals the stuffing does not have any harmful chemicals for your pet. The stuffing though is not safe to eat because it can cause blockage in their intestines. We do suggest to contact your vets office in case of any trouble so they can make sure there is no internal blockage.
Answer:although this toy is between 6 and 10in, it is lightweight and has small arms to grab
Answer:Hello SC ,
We hope you and your pet are doing well today. Max is made in China. We look forward to helping you and your pet again.
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