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Dinahsmum
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21-05-2005, 03:53 PM

Cuz (toy) (review)

It doesn't look very exciting but this cross between a squeaky toy and a ball has proved excellent value.

Dinah, a teenage staffie of ten and a half months says "My Mum brought me a Bad Cuz (red, with little horns) two months ago. I immediately fell for its basso profundo squeak/fart - a little like my dad does after which my mum swats him - its bounceability and its toughness. I've still got it and its good as new - not even a toothmark, dammit! Insult to a staffie's jaw power. It even still squeaks."

Available at a pet shop near you, or on line - google Good cuz or Bad cuz. Comes highly recommended by Dinah and me.
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21-05-2005, 04:27 PM
also recommended by Star and Finn they both have a good cuz
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21-05-2005, 04:36 PM
I've been looking for a noisy toy for Saffy, but none of them have seemed Staffy proof.

So I'm definately going to find a Cuz.

Thanks DM

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21-05-2005, 05:12 PM
wow cool toys! I haven't seen those before but I might get Archie one... he loves the squeaky toys!!
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11-06-2005, 09:12 PM
We found a 'Good' Cuz today in Pets at Home for Saffy!

So far it's been well mouthed (she's still freaked by noisy toys so does chew them ) and it's still intact. She seems very keen on it so far

Thanks Dinahsmum!

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24-06-2005, 08:58 PM
Hmmm you've tempted me I may well get one well two bet it survives Tess (she just ain't got that killer instinct) but if it last more than a week with Sal I will be impressed - I think the leg thing will go first
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10-07-2005, 06:29 PM
ohhhh im gonna google then now ,, tyson would love them .,, hes got like 500 toys and i still bring him everytime i have to leave him at home for longer than half an hour .. he sniffs at my shopping bags now ehn i come in .. it has given him something to look forward to when i have to go out i think ,,
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20-07-2005, 11:10 AM
got one yesterday ( thanks saz) mine love them too the squeek is very loud great quality and so far tyson proof
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20-07-2005, 04:06 PM
Mine would love these
Where can i get them from?
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20-07-2005, 08:15 PM
Local pet shop? Pets at home?
Or Google and see if you come up with an on-line supplier.

Still recommend - it's survived an enthusiastic young staffy for about 4 months!
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