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Aquapaw Slow Treater Silicone Lick Mat

Aquapaw Slow Treater Silicone Lick Mat

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    You need this during bath time!

    By OhThatGigi on Feb 26, 2021

    I have three large dogs who don’t love bath time but also have skin problems that require frequent medicated baths, so this has been a lifesaver! Load it up with whatever makes your dog happy. We’ve used peanut butter, yogurt, canned food (pate, not the stuff in gravy...), cream cheese, etc. Frozen I have three large dogs who don’t love bath time but also have skin problems that require frequent medicated baths, so this has been a lifesaver! Load it up with whatever makes your dog happy. We’ve used peanut butter, yogurt, canned food (pate, not the stuff in gravy...), cream cheese, etc. Frozen or not, this gives them something to focus on for the 10 minute soak time. This should definitely be used under supervision (as most toys should be) because I can easily see a dog tearing it up if left to their own devices. We just use it at bath time. Three dogs getting two baths a week...you do the math. We have gotten a LOT of use out of this! My only gripes are that the suction cups are a little on the weak side and I wish it was just slightly bigger. Overall, I’d still highly recommend! … more

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    Wish it lasted

    By SKLU on Feb 13, 2021

    Bought this with the idea to keep her occupied while I’m working. I put peanut butter on it, froze it over night, and gave it to her the next day. My pup is a 5 month old, 50 lbs, gerberian shepsky and a fairly aggressive chewer. She completely destroyed it — ripped off the suction cups and then literally Bought this with the idea to keep her occupied while I’m working. I put peanut butter on it, froze it over night, and gave it to her the next day. My pup is a 5 month old, 50 lbs, gerberian shepsky and a fairly aggressive chewer. She completely destroyed it — ripped off the suction cups and then literally ripped it in half. I had to throw it out since it became a hazard for her. Wish it lasted longer and was made of more durable materials. … more

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