Dog Toy Review | Fluff And Tuff Plush Dog Toys

Updated: May 13

Is this the best plush dog toy on the market?


Today I'm taking a look at Fluff And Tuff dog toys. I've been selling these in my retail stores for a few years now. I have found that most plush dog toys simply don't hold up to even the mildest of chewers. So let's dig into Fluff And Tuff!



My First Impressions


These toys look great, some might say cute even. They have a large variety of shapes and sizes to choose from, so you should be able to find something that suits your precious pup.

The softness is surprising, and sometimes it's difficult to believe that these are truly made for dogs to play with.










How I Tested Them


Well, that's easy, I currently have three dogs, 2 are really heavy chewers and 1 definitely prefers to just carry his around and treat it as his baby.


As I watch my most aggressive chewer Kira try to rip apart these toys I really do have an appreciation for how well they are made. I've had many of these in my home for years and the fact that they can be washed over and over again really adds to their value.


Below is an infographic of how these toys are constructed



Pros and Cons


Pros:

I know many of my customers have bought countless other plush dog toys only to find that within a few minutes the stuffing is all over the house and the eyes or hair have been completely pulled off. With Fluff And Tuff that takes a heck of a long time to happen if ever.


Made with Fluff & Tuff’s unique, ultra-plush outer fabric. Thick, durable Tuffweb mesh liner.

  • All seams are concealed, generously folded, and double stitched.

  • A new, non-toxic polyfill was placed for optimal shaping and playability.

  • For safety, the eyes are embroidered. Please always supervise your dog’s playtime.


Cons:

What do I even write here? They are a tad on the expensive side. But not really.

While the toys are made out of high-quality materials to be more durable, they still are plush toys and therefore not indestructible as they are a play toy not a chew toy.


The Final Score


With almost 20 years under my belt in the pet industry and 10 years selling dog toys in a retail setting, I can give these toys my whole-hearted approval. I give them a total of 5 out of 5 paws.


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