Really, it was a tough toy. From May to November? That's a definite squeaky toy record. Most of them are ten minutes. It always makes me wonder, this pet toy people, if they actually have pets or what. Most toys, I can gauge their play life just by handling them in the store. Most of those toys stay at the store.
The gummy bear was rugged, though. And loud.
Rugged did not mean indestructible, though, and it's to JW Pets credit that they didn't claim such. The squeaker was at the bottom of the toy, hard plastic, and very slightly raised. Can you guess what Elka liked chewing best on the Gummy Bear?
Yeah. There was a point at which, months ago, the Gummy Bear no longer squeaked, but she still played with it (supervised, I will reiterate). But she only wanted to chew on the squeaker area after awhile. And then she finally popped the squeaker into the Gummy Bear, at which point I decided we had to say goodbye. With only one hole in it, she could get her tongue suction-sucked into the stupid thing, and with our recent call to the vet, I didn't want to be hauling her in there with a giant gummy bear stuck to her tongue.
So, goodbye Gummy Bear, we hardly knew ye. Or Elka did, intimately, and I guess that's enough for this household.