Outward Hound Hide a Squirrel Fun Hide & Seek Interactive Puzzle Plush Dog Toy, 4Piece, Small

January 8, 2020 - Comment

Hide a Squirrel Interactive Dog Puzzle Toy There are so many ways to play with this plush dog puzzle, you and your pet will be entertained for hours! Featuring a soft tree trunk with openings for soft and cuddly stuffed squirrel dog toys, this Hide a Squirrel puzzle game will challenge your dog to locate

Hide a Squirrel Interactive Dog Puzzle Toy There are so many ways to play with this plush dog puzzle, you and your pet will be entertained for hours! Featuring a soft tree trunk with openings for soft and cuddly stuffed squirrel dog toys, this Hide a Squirrel puzzle game will challenge your dog to locate and remove the plush toys inside. We’ve added squeakers to each plush squirrel dog toy to make the hunt and play activity irresistible to any canine. Ideal for use as a boredom-busting dog toy, the cuddly stuffed toys are also awesome interactive dog play toys for chasing and fetching – get your dog to bring them back and stuff them in the trunk again for even more fun. Our lovable cuddly toys for dogs are tough and durable, so you can have hours of interactive play time with your pooch. Combining squeaking, hunting, cuddling and fetching in one awesome dog puzzle toy, Hide & Squeak Squirrel is bound to become your best friend’s favorite activity.

Product Features

  • HIDE & SQUEAK FUN: Fill the Hide A Squirrel dog activity puzzle tree trunk with Squirrel stuffed dog toys and let your dog sniff, hunt and fetch them.
  • CUTE ANIMAL PLUSH: The Hide & Squeak dog puzzle game comes with squirrels with hidden squeakers your dog won’t be able to resist!
  • CHALLENGING PUZZLE: An attached trunk top makes it trickier for your dog to remove the plush stuffed toys from their home. Watch as your dog learns to nuzzle its way in to reach the prize!
  • BOREDOM BUSTER: Bored dogs can become chewers – however indestructible your home. This hide and seek game challenges your dog’s brain, keeping bored dogs occupied for hours!
  • INTERACTIVE PLAY: This plush squeaky dog toy puzzle is also ideal for interactive dog games with you – get your pet to retrieve the stuffed Squirrels, and start again!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Unintended Consequence!!! My son’s yorkie poo stays at my place a lot, mostly because I take him to a nearby university campus, where, well-trained as he is, I can let him off-lead and chase squirrels to his heart’s content. He is obsessed with squirrels now, so we thought this would be a fun Christmas toy for him. We followed the advice of other reviewers and supervised to try to delay the death of all the squirrels. We let him play with the tree trunk after he had rooted out all the squirrels and tried to kill them, as a dog will do. He loves the tree trunk — so much so that he makes love to it every time we let him play with it. He is nearly five years old, and was neutered as a pup, and never was much for humping, but he goes after that tree trunk like a prisoner on a conjugal visit every time we set it out for him to play with. If we have guests, it’s a floor show. He doesn’t care. I’m not quite sure what to make of all this, but as long as it makes him happy . . . .

Anonymous says:

Speechless Our puppy lives to destroy. The name “Pirahna” would be more suitable for our 3 month old “Molly”. This is a dog that eats the outside of our house. She eats rocks, the underbelly of chairs, wooden porches…nothing is safe. She is the godzilla of small towns made of dog toys. Every toy we have gotten her lays shredded in indistinguishable ruins with the exception of this one little Squirrel House. We made bets on how long it would last — 15 seconds being the favorite choice. She doesn’t waste time searching out the squirrels in the house. No, she just shakes the house with her head vigorously and the squirrels go flying. This is her favorite toy. She carries the squirrels around like they’re her babies. Her favorite pull toy is the squirrel house and its held up better than any toy actually made to be a pulI toy. I really, really don’t get it — but this is the Samsonite of all dog toys. I’d write more but I just saw her go through the doggie door with my…

Anonymous says:

Not the same quality I don’t normally write reviews as I try to research as much as possible, but that is also by way of including you helpful people who DO write reviews. That said, after purchasing this toy I was sadly disappointed. I had purchased the wonderful!!! Hide a hedgehog toy from Outward hound and it is fantastic. Made of durable fire hose material it although not the same, has lasted the test of time. I love the concept of these toys. My soft- mouthed golden retriever needs to be stimulated and loves to play. I mention the soft mouth because she’s not an aggressive chewer, even at 7 months. Loves the hidey holes and pulling things in and out. I just got this today, and within two hours she had ripped out all the holes. It is not made of the durable fire house materials, rather just another plush toy easily annihilated.. I did contact the manufacturer to suggest they keep both the concepts of the toy but also stick with the same durable material. She said she would pass it along. I have so…

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