Since I shared yesterday what toys don't work in our house, I thought today I would share what toys do work for our household. First off are the toys that I have found that not only do the boys love but stand up pretty well to there constant rough-housing, Planet Dog toys are great not only are they very durable but the boys love them and they are and eco-friendly company and a large number of their toys are made in the U.S. the next are the Tuffy's toys the seams are reinforced so even for the most avid chewers getting to the insides is pretty tough some of them have squeakers and they all have insides that let the guys kinda crunch them with their jaws (sounds awful but it's what they like). Lastly the most dog community contested of all the toys Nylabones, and I know some of you think them great, some of you think them awful all I can say is so far we have had no problems all of my furniture is still intact and they love them we do also have antlers as you have seen so we go both ways. Those are the durable toys that survive the house Every now and then we find something either super cheap that if they ruin it it's no big loss or we find a toy strong enough we think it can survive the household. We also have many Kong products which have been slightly hit or miss. For toys that the dogs love that survive out of pure miracle are the eggs that go inside Egg babies Porter truly loves them and takes care of them especially the blue ones we don't know why and then there are Cuz balls which though parts of them are durable the things like the feet cannot be trusted with our guys we have had to cut them off and the squeakers are INCREDIBLY annoying but the guys love em so we are just more cautious about them in the house. Any toy with a weakness will be found out and some get their squeaks broken within seconds. Porter also loves soccer and tennis balls while Ernest likes anything he thinks he should be able to eat or rip the stuffing out of. I sometimes think they should work in some sort of toy testing establishment because I have seen toys Rottweilers won't break but my Scotties do. Ohh and these are all toys that they still find entertaining there are plenty of tough toys that fell flat because there was nothing to them to be entertained by. For these guys I feel like they either need a squeaker or to be squishy ball. Anybody else have a good dog toy recommendation?