Oh yes, forgot to mention that. I do plan on getting an xpen and training the dog to stay in it.Might be worthwhile to look into some indoor gates or fences instead to give the puppy area to roam free and to give you space too. They'll chew through leashes when bored - pretty fast too. They'll break teeth on chains. A leash is good when actively training the dog but if you need to do other things a fenced in area can be helpful. It is a means to take breaks without tying up/crating. You may not care about your furniture but any vet can tell you destruction of furniture can become a safety issue for the puppy.
Having a pitbull, I am VERY familiar with chewing and strong chewing. Anything indestructible is then usually asked, "yeah, but is it pitbull proof"? I am used to only leaving out a black Kong and antlers that he can't actually bite in half or anything but picking up those toys that can't be destroyed. It's already a habit. I am also familiar of what kind of toys that will actually last or that can and can't be destroyed easily.Toys that may be ok for other breeds becomes a risk for stomach surgery with labs. We had a lab puppy once given to an agency, excellent training, behavior, health, temperament on exam. We would eventually find out the folks who had it before allowed it to have a variety of not-lab friendly toys and a week after I got it, the puppy became sick. They had to do surgery, and it turned out the puppy had eaten the toys weeks prior, bits stuck in the belly, and it was now making himself very sick. I had never seen the toy parts the vet pulled out of the pupper's belly but the prior folks confirmed it was their toy. It was a common brand of toy designed for "heavy chewers." :/