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The 20 Best Durable Toys for Great Danes

Written by: Z


Z is a Special Project Coordinator of HomeLife Media and a writer for She has 3 dogs namely Skye, Luna, and one of them is a rescue, named Tesla.Read more
| Published on January 5, 2023

Great Danes love their toys. And they love destroying them too! So when we asked our I Love My Great Dane Facebook community which toys, we got hundreds of responses. Below we’ll share a handful of the most popular suggestions on best toys for great danes.

The 20 Top Toys for Great Danes, According to Real Great Dane Owners

Super chewer box from bark box

Author: Dorothy H.

Likes: 8

Benebone My dogs have three that are over 8 years old and only have minor tooth marks. My parents husky/malamute was chewing through everything, so I sent him a benebone and it barely has a mark on it.

Author: Theresa P.

Likes: 6

We bought the kong toy for Achilles and it’s fantastic, he love it specially when we put some peanut butter inside. It bounce and he love it. No matter how much he bites it, it’s still like new.

Author: Lida R.

Likes: 4

The jolly ball! Went through both Danes!

Author: Ashley B.

Likes: 3

100% guarantee! We couldn’t find toys for a long time that didn’t get destroyed right away. A friend told us about these and it’s all we buy now! We have had this one for almost a year and between my Dane and my golden it’s still whole!

Author: Heather E.

Likes: 1

Dragon loved his ball he never broke squash a bit but would loose them in the river he was not a swimmer all other balls were munched that inc soft ball taken to pieces and a lacrosse ball bitten in half in 20 min

Author: Barry R.

Likes: 1

It is so funny, Zeke never tries to tear up these cheaper balls that are in a box in the front of Petsmart by register. There are different shapes – he loves them. The Kong frisbee too.

Author: Laura W.

Likes: 1

My great dane loves her pickle it is just a cheap toy. She has never tore any of her toys up for some reason she is very gentle when playing with them

Author: Jonnie B.

Likes: 1

Most Durable toy we have bought and all my dogs actually play with them , they have other options of toys also , Amazon , chewy, etc for ordering

Author: Phillip S.

Likes: 4

Picture is a few months old lol but it has been very durable and my girl LOVES it

Author: Crystal I.

Likes: 2

Giggle waggle ball. He just opened his Christmas gift & fell asleep playing with it

Author: Cheryl C.

Likes: 1

Jolly balls. Ours loves them. He will chew the handle off if we don’t watch him but he loves to fetch them!

Author: Daphne M.

Likes: 2

Goughnut they have a guarantee that if the dog chews into it for $6 they will replace it. Total price depends on what you choose. The ones we buy are approximately $30.

Author: Jill A.

Likes: 1

Little John Deere Tire. What I have for mine.

Author: Jimmy L.

Likes: 1

The Kong Wubba! We have two and they have survived each of our Danes!! Plus they love throwing them in the air

Author: Alicia Z.

Likes: 1

NYLABONE from Walmart. There are 3-5 different ones but they are the ONLY chews that have lasted months for one of our Danes who can chew through even a Kong.

Author: Cory R.

Likes: 1

We don’t have a chewer, but she likes the hide a squirrels in a tree toy, she gets to pull them all out of the holes. She really gets after it! Keeps her busy!

Author: Kimberly M.

Likes: 0

Lonew Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers Large Breeds, Dog Teeth Cleaning, Dog Interactive Treat Dispenser, Dog Slow Feeder Toys, Reduces Puppy Anxiety(Blue), 3.74×3.74×4.6 inch

Author: Megan P.

Likes: 0

Here’s the best toy I’ve ever used I’ve had it for 8 years with my German Shepherds & my Great Danes & then it finally worn out after 8 years but it’s called the wiggle ball & it’s $14.99 not bad on price for lasting 8 years

Author: Asher L.

Likes: 1

Kong ball with rope!! My boy loves it.

Author: Darcy S.

Likes: 0

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