Extra-Large, Heavy-Duty dog toy.
Approximately 11½" L x 5½" W x 7" H.
It grunts when squeezed but also has a regular squeaker and rattles when shaken.
"Geat ,but sons dog killed it today"
My six year old Black Labrador has had it for about 4 years ,loved it and played with it all the time. Sons 1 year old Amrican Eskimo came over today and tore out the grunting thing be fore we saw her with it. It was very well built,but my sons dog is like a little chain saw.
"Still lasting after 2 years of play"
Our dog received one of these hedgehogs two years ago for Christmas. Even though it no longer grunts or squeakes our dog still loves it. This is his favorite toy. This is the one he chooses to meet us at the door with when we return home. We may have only been gone 5 or 10 minutes but he still greets us with his prized possession. The only damage that Hedgie has received is from a pupy we took in several months ago. He is VERY rough on toys. The damage was minima. I took a needle ^ thread & he is almost as good a new.
"Cute but really not that tough!"
This is a cute item and we have two and am purchasing another today. Our two dogs, both past and present love them, especially our Husky girl. She loves to gnaw on it. It is no doubt her favorite toy, and the two we have at home no longer grunt or squeak. Our previous Husky boy(now deceased) broke the sound makers from chewing on it, so though the toy itself is durable enough to toss about and gnaw on, the soundmakers are not. The face of the toy is less durable than the body.
"Tough Plushie for Big Dogs"
"This is a plush toy, so it can only stand up to so much chewing, but it stood up remarkably well for longer than seemed reasonable. This is one of only two (of probably around a hundred) squeaky toys that were still making noise after months of regular mauling by my German Shepherd. (The other is the Hard Boiled Softies.) Most soft toys are lucky to see Day 2. The noise it makes is a grunting/honking that my dog LOVES and cracks me up, though I do tire of it before he does. I have to put this one up occasionally to make the noise stop, but every time I give it back, the dog plays with it happily and will choose it out of a selection. After a few months, he did finally chew the nose off and disembowel the valiant hedgehog who fought the good fight way longer than any other soft toy. The grunter was the last thing to come out because it was sewn into a separate mesh bag inside the toy to make it all the harder to get out and accidentally swallow. This is a really well-made dog toy and about as tough as you could ever ask from a plushie. It does however still require some common sense on the part of your dog's human: cut off the store display loop from any toy before giving it to your dog (if they don't get a nail caught in it, that's likely to be the first thing chewed off and swallowed.) And as with any stuffed toy, keep an eye on your dogs efforts to chew it into submission, as eventually, the hedgehog will in fact lose the fight to canine teeth. Finally, this might just be a life-sized hedgehog, so is sized for a big mouthful (about 10"" x 6"")"
This hedgehog was HUGE (I wasn't expecting it to be as big as it was) But compared to the Jeffers hedgehog, this one is not as well made and was ripped up in a matter of seconds. It comes with a really annoying grunt sound, its really loud and it sounds like a cow being stepped on. It also has a little loop on top of it, that caught my dogs dewclaw when she tried playing with it.