Our Favorite Indestructible Toys

This is a collection of some of our favorite indestructible toys.  These are toys that are designed to withstand some chewing and that come apart far less easily than many other toys. You’ll find quick links to buy, and you can scroll down for reviews and more collections.

Roxie Ball


Kong Extreme

Chew Ring


Jump n Jack



Kong Bone

The toys in this collection are some of the toughest available anywhere. Indestructible is a bold word, and perhaps not meant to be taken quite literally. But these are toys that many dogs won’t be able to destroy, and that will last most dogs a lot longer than the average dog toy.

The manufacturers here are renowned for the quality and strength of their toys, and some even offer to replace the toy if your dog manages to break through the outer layer! We think you’ll find something in this collection that your dog will enjoy.

Rocco and Roxie’s really tough ball is a great tough fetch toy. You’ll need the four inch pale blue version for an adult Lab. We also love the Kong Jumbler which has a throwing handle that’s great for playing tug too.  The Kong goody bone also makes it into our top ten. This has holes in the ends where you can stuff treats. And of course no tough toy collection would be complete without the amazing black Kong Extreme

Goughnuts are so confident that your dog won’t be able to destroy their chew ring, they will replace your toy if your dog breaks through the outer layer.  Their classic chew ring comes in several bold colors including the original black. We have also included the Maxx Stick from Goughnuts, another favorite with our two Labs. Most Goughnut toys float too, so they can be used for water play

The ‘Tux’ chew toy from Westpaw Design’s Zogoflex range is stuffable. You can tuck treats inside it, for your dog to enjoy.  And the durachew double bone from Nylabone will appeal to dogs that enjoy the flavor of bacon. We think that’s probably most of them!

Don’t forget, nothing is truly indestructible, but these toys are some of the toughest out there.  Pick a Goughnuts toy if you like the idea of a replacement should your ‘power chewer’ manage to disassemble his latest gift.  If you have a power chewer in the family, it’s a good idea to supervise your dog when you first give him a new toy, and to check on him from time to time when he is chewing. That will reduce the risk of him swallowing toy fragments if he succeeds in damaging them.  Dispose of any toys that are beginning to come apart, unless the manufacturer has offered to replace your toy. They may want to see the evidence!

We hope you enjoyed our collection, check out the reviews for more information and let us know if there are toys you think should be featured here.