Three’s Company! – DOG TOY REVIEW | LEPPI 3-Piece Rope Toy Set for Dogs


Greetings everyone and welcome back to another
episode of Tough Toy Tryouts. If this is your first time here, consider
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so you don’t miss an episode. This week we’re testing not one, not two,
but three rope toys by LEPPI. If you’re unaware of the company, they have
a store front on Amazon with patented toy ideas, several bundles, and even some cheaper
alternatives to toy designs you may recognize. These particular rope toys are 100% cotton
and are colored with non-toxic dyes. If you’re familiar with the channel, you’ll
know that Story absolutely LOVES rope toys and they don’t last very long; but hopefully,
having 3 to go through will mean more bang for the buck. So now that we know what toys we’re testing
this week, let’s toss—and roll—these things on over to Story to see how they last
after a week’s heavy abuse. And here they are! At least what’s left of them? Story had an absolute blast with these toys
but let’s get down to the nitty gritty and discuss the pros and cons of these toys. Starting off with their strengths, these LEPPI
rope toys are pretty high quality. They lasted as long as the other rope toys
we’ve tested but the big surprise is that the bone-shaped version performed the best;
albeit, it doesn’t look bone-shaped anymore. The way the rope was braided made Story undo
each layer individually and she still hasn’t made it half way down yet. The braiding reminds me of those plastic keychains
we used to make when we were kids. Each toy had its own usefulness which makes
the set worth getting as opposed to individually. The rope ball was great for fetch and even
had a little bounce to it. The triple-knotted rope was a fantastic toy
for tug as was the bone. And though I can’t guarantee that they cleaned
Story’s teeth, it can’t hurt to floss those bad boys. Getting into the weaknesses, let’s start
with the obvious which is the shedding. Rope toys are going to shed and boy did these
shed. The worst culprit would have to be the triple
knotted one. After just a few hours, the first knot was
gone and this thing left strands EVERYWHERE! Luckily, a quick pass with the vacuum got
most of it up in no time. The other 2 didn’t shed as much and when
it did, they tended to stay in large clumps which makes cleanup easier. It goes without saying that you should never
leave a rope toy alone with your pup as there is a risk of choking. Story, the toy destroying veteran herself,
choked a bit during the test at which time we had to stop for the day and check her mouth
for any more pieces. Other than that, I can’t really complain
about these rope toys so let’s get on with the rating. Since these came in a set, I’ll give one
score for the 3. The LEPPI 3-piece rope toy set gets a final
score of 3 out of 5 bones and definitely gets Story’s seal of approval. They’re a good design but in the end, they
are rope toys and are inherently a choking hazard and won’t last very long—even as
a set. Getting them for under 10 bucks is a deal
in my eyes though so if your pup loves rope toys as much as Story, surprise them with
a set of these and just keep an eye on their play—and a vacuum on hand. And that’s where we end this week’s episode. We hope you enjoyed it and if you did, show
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