ZippyPaws – Happy Hour Crusherz Drink Themed Crunchy Water Bottle Dog Toy – Rosé

January 9, 2020 - Comment

The crunchy sound of a water bottle is irresistible to a dog. These toys keep the play going by staying crunchy since you can refill them with a brand new empty water bottle whenever necessary. The combination of crunch and squeak bring two of your pup’s favorite sounds together for hours of energetic play. Whatever

The crunchy sound of a water bottle is irresistible to a dog. These toys keep the play going by staying crunchy since you can refill them with a brand new empty water bottle whenever necessary. The combination of crunch and squeak bring two of your pup’s favorite sounds together for hours of energetic play. Whatever your drink, we have a toy to match.

ZippyPaws means design and quality. At our core, we stand for only giving your dogs the best. Sketching every design, hand-selecting the perfect materials, and running all finished products past our furry testing team allows us to ensure that every product sold is one that we’re proud to call ours.

Product Features

  • TIME TO PAW-TY – Wag a tail for a cocktail! Find the perfect match to your favorite drink with these toys that put the ‘bar’ in bark.
  • NO STUFFING – Rather than soft and squishy, these toys provide a satisfying crunchy texture and sound that dogs love.
  • REFILLABLE – Each Happy Hour Crusherz toy comes with an empty water bottle that can be replaced as necessary to refresh the crunch as needed.
  • SQUEAKY CAP INCLUDED – Comes with a squeaky water bottle cap that can be reused and added to any new bottle used to fill this toy sleeve.
  • ZIPPYPAWS QUALITY – ZippyPaws means design and quality. At our core, we stand for only giving your dogs the best. Count on ZippyPaws for all of your dog toy needs!

Comments

Anonymous says:

3 Minutes of Pure Joy! 3 stars for a good idea… In theory. However, if your pup is as curious as mine this isn’t the best choice. It took less than 5 minutes for him to undo the velcro, remove the bottle, chew up the squeeky top and then move to chewing up the bottle itself. I had to fish pieces of plastic out of his mouth. He was playing with the empty toy ‘carcass’ for a bit; but after about 10 minutes he lost complete interest. So, I put a plastic bottle in an old sock and tied the end in a knot. He loves that! Again, solid idea, works better with a sock.

Anonymous says:

My dog loved this faux whiskey bottle There’s a Velcro flap on the bottom so you can insert water bottles for your dog to play with — the kind that all sorts of bottled water comes in. It comes with one already inserted. My dog was obsessed with the crunchy sound and texture of the water bottle. Even after he managed to get the flap of the faux whiskey bottle open, he played obsessively with the plastic water bottle, so I’d say this is a great value. The toy doesn’t get damaged (and my dog usually quickly chews most toys into a pile of debris) and you can reuse it. It’s also as cute as pictured.

Anonymous says:

Goes fast but my dog loves it My puppy LOVES chewing on the velcro part of the bottle. She also recently figured out that there is a hidden toy (in the name of a plastic bottle) inside her favorite toy, so she always manages to pull it out by the end of the day and I have to keep replacing the bottle with a new one. She chewed on the plastic cap while I wasn’t looking and managed to take it apart. I found her chewing guiltily on a bitten-off plastic piece from the cap and quickly took it away from her. Needs supervision when letting your dog play with the toy.My puppy (7 month old golden) really likes to chew on the velcro as stated before, so this toy never gets dry during the day on the flap part. It starts to smell disgusting in a matter of days. My puppy managed to pretty much destroy the first bottle we got beyond repair (it was smelling way too bad and the velcro on the flap was almost gone) so we chucked it out and got her a brand new replacement. It’s like love at first sight all over again for…

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