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The junkyard is usually good, might try one of the tire repair shops, I don't know what they usually do with their non-repairables. One thing though is that most modern car tires have metal bands in them that can hurt a dog's mouth if they chew on them, I think old old tires don't, not sure about tires for other things. I guess you could always check them by cutting in a bit first if you plan on letting the dog play with them.
i do not post much here or anywhere for that matter, but old tires brought back a memory from about three years ago. i had a few old tires for my boy to play with, chew on, drag around by his mouth etc. well one day he was out on his cable runner (i had no fence at that time) and i was in the house. he was out for a few hours and when it got dark i brought him in. well the next morning i went out and noticed my car was sitting rather low on one side. i had apparently parked too close to his area and he chewed a huge hole in my tire! he still LOVES tires to play with, i just watch him around cars.
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