I bought a toy that I thought was a Kong toy, but the dogs ripped it apart. Turns out it was a different brand, and vanilla flavored!! Why flavor a chew toy? That's like flavoring a tennis ball!
Antlers are the best thing we've found so far, cheapest on Amazon.
Definitely try the antlers. My dogs prefer the ones that are cut in half and I usually buy them on etsy. One we have now is an elk antler cut in half that is about 8" long, and heavy enough that I've stubbed my toe on it. It will definitely last a while.
These are the sellers I've bought from:
http://www.etsy.com/people/AntlerPantry?ref=ls_profile (I buy the large half antlers)
@ Julia I always thought it was weird that the Planet Dog Orbee balls are minty scented! I guess maybe it would help dogs that aren't that toy motivated? It just makes Henry want to eat it lol.
I heard quite the opposite of the nylabones. The material there made with is softer than the dogs teeth and thats why they make good chews without wearing there teeth down.
Po destroys EVERYTHING and so far the only toys that have lasted is his Nylabone, though its 'Tasty Bone' brand-mmm...liver! And his toys from Orca- he has the jack (stuff treats in it and watch your Corgi lie back and chew :) ) and the ball with the rope (though the rope was dead after 5 minutes, its now just a ball). Other than that he has a cheap tyre toy that has lasted over a year but is starting to die, and balls that he only gets to play with when we're actively playing fetch. I've heard the Planet Dog toys are good too.
Here's the website for the Orka products. http://www.petstages.com/dogs-orka-menu.html Po has had his for years and they are still standing, though I have heard from someone else on this website that their Corgi destroyed one. You really just have to get the tough ones, not the fabric ones which will be dead in a minute.
As a dog Trainer I recommend these toys