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Give Fido all the fun of happy hour without the hangover. These plush Muttini Bar & Grill toys from Haute Diggity Dog are super soft with an internal squeaker that will provide hours of fun for your pup! Whether your pup prefers beer, vodka, or tequila, we've got the toy for him - choose from Grrrona Beer, Kennel One, or Puptron. $12

If you own a dog who's a serious chewer, toys probably don't last long in your house. But now you can become the lucky owner of an Unbreakoball, the heavy-duty, durable ball that your pup won't be able to break. Unbreakoball is so confident in its product that it offers a 90-day guarantee - if your pup breaks it, they'll replace it. And if your rough-and-tumble pup can't break it in 90 days, it's doubtful he ever will. The Unbreakoball is super durable, weather resistant, and non-toxic. $19

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Everlasting treat balls. I still think our dog would make short work of them, but it's something to consider for the active young dog who chews things.