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"Recommended highly."



By: Richard Duff From SC

labrador. Hunts. Family pet.


The head is attached by what seems like a continuation of the cord through the body of the duck. Multiple throws and the duck is still intact. The "detached" head prevents my dog from shaking the duck after retrival. The body is soft and doesn't get chewed up after training. Recommended highly.

Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 14454
Reviewed: 2014-10-12

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