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    How do you wash their toys?

    Most of the dogs stuff toys have squeakers in them. I want to wash them but I'm worried the squeakers won't work anymore. So how do you wash them?

    Zeke, Clover, Loki and Shadow

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    Funny you should ask. I just washed all of Casey's old toys over the weekend that Zoey plays with.

    I put them in the washer on gentle. When they are done I put them in the dryer. I had to run them through about 2 or 3 cycles until they were almost completely dry. Then I lay them out on a towel until they dry completely. The squeakers still work too.

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    Yup, I wash toys with squeakers and they come out just fine. The only reason they wouldn't is if they are very old and tattered, possibly.
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    That was never a problem in this house. Within minutes of getting a new toy with a squeaker in it, Myndi (aka Jaws), had it ripped open and the squeaker removed! Then I had to sew them back up, and it would take her a while to decide that she need to take the stuffing out too. No more stuffies or squeakies, tho she still has a toybox full of unstuffed body parts that she amputated from the original toys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pomtzu View Post
    That was never a problem in this house. Within minutes of getting a new toy with a squeaker in it, Myndi (aka Jaws), had it ripped open and the squeaker removed! Then I had to sew them back up, and it would take her a while to decide that she need to take the stuffing out too. No more stuffies or squeakies, tho she still has a toybox full of unstuffed body parts that she amputated from the original toys.
    Casey was like that when she was younger, but then she decided she loved the sound of the squeak. She would carry a toy in her mouth constantly squeaking it. Apparently my grand-puppy Comet likes to squeak toys too.
    Zoey doesn't chew thing up but her sister Sunshine does so they aren't allowed to have squeaky toys in their house.

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    Thanks They're in the wash now so we'll see what happens!

    Zeke, Clover, Loki and Shadow

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