I received a Tuffie toy with Tuffness rating 10 (that's the Tuffest, folks) in one of my Pets Love Toys boxes. Happily, it was a squid, making it odd and interesting, and reminding me of Cthuhlu.
I first gave this toy to Elka way back at Christmas, where she has (supervised) access to it for pretty much an entire day. Minimal damage was done to it in that span of time, which impressed me.
Of course, Elka pretty much thinks that every toy is a "sharing toy" rather than a "play by yourself" toy.
I put it on the floor enough times, though, and she figured it out.
There was much dancing, and shaking.
Also some vigorous tugging.
Always some chewing.
The design flaw in the Tuffie squid is definitely the tentacles. Since that time, Elka has gone to work chewing a bunch of those off. Unlike the rest of the superstitched toy, the tentacles are stitched to the toy itself, but then kind of single-layer woven nylon on their own. The removal of the tentacles hasn't made any holes to the stuffing in the toy, so really it's just been an aesthetic issue. The structural integrity hasn't been affected.
For the most part, the squid lives on top of the refrigerator, to make it last that much longer. Elka goes in the kitchen and sings to it sometimes, though, and she does get to play with it. Nothing lasts forever, after all.
Elka has loved this toy, and it has lasted a decent amount of time, albeit supervised. Really, though, the only toys that go unsupervised in this house are tough rubber ones that have already had their initial interactions vetted. I expect Elka to destroy stuffed toys; it's timeline that interests me. I've been very happy with this Tuffie toy! Peeking at the Tuffie Toys website, they also have a Dog Park Backpack which looks very cool and inclusive!
(FTC disclosure: I received my Tuffie toy, for free, as a part of a sample box giveaway. I was not compensated in any other way for this review.)