Give your pal a toy that’s as durable as it’s adorable with the GoDog Bugs Chew Guard Fly and Caterpillar Dog Toy. It’s built to be extra strong with Chew Guard technology that adds a tough, long-lasting liner and reinforced double-stitched seams so it can stand up to heavy duty play. Your pal will love the fun shape and loud squeaker inside, and it’s light enough for on-demand games of fetch. Plus, since it’s ultra-soft and fluffy, it’s also the perfect cuddle buddy for your pooch.
Key Benefits

  • Adorable design and bright colors make playtime more exciting for your pal.
  • Loud squeaker inside provides the squeaktastic fun that dogs simply love.
  • Durably built with Chew Guard reinforced double-stitched seams and extra tough liner.
  • Light enough so it’s easy to toss for on-demand games of fetch, at home or at the park.
  • Made with a soft material that is easy on gums and teeth and ideal for a crate or bed buddy.

What Spike Thinks

My doggie brother, Spike, loves these! He loves to throw them up in the air and catch them, making them squeak. He takes them outside with him as well, and throws them all over. The squeaker is nice and loud, and has held up well to his teeth. The toys themselves are great! Spike loves to chew, and with these cute toys, they are able to withstand his chewing.
With as much as he plays with the fly and caterpillar, I’m honestly shocked that he hasn’t destroyed them yet. Spike is the kind of dog that will continue to chew something until it’s shredded into oblivion. But the GoDog bugz have really proven to be durable! This is great, because cheap toys that fall apart easily are a waste of money. These toys, for a large dog, run about $10-$12, and really last, making them the best choice!

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