De' Vora Scratch Square Dog & Cat Grooming Toy

By De' Vora
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MaterialStone, RubberPlasticStainless Steel, Plastic, Metal
Breed SizeLarge Breeds, Giant BreedsExtra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
Grooming Tool TypeNail FileNail GrindersNail Clippers
CompatibilityRechargeable, Battery Powered

About This Item

  • Helps make trimming your four-legged friend’s nails less stressful for the both of you.
  • Functions as a nail filer and chew toy—and bounces, bobs and rattles. Just put a treat inside to help keep your pet endlessly amused.
  • Great for grooming anywhere.
  • Trimming nails helps alleviate pain from walking and arthritis, and promotes activity and mobility.
  • Paw-fect for furry family members of all ages.

Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions

How do you get the back paws done? It appears that only the front paws would get filed.

is this good for cats
Answer by ChewyAug 11, 2021
This toy is intended for dogs.

How important is the sizing? Would a large surface be good for all dog sizes?
Answer by ChewyAug 30, 2021
It is recommended to choose toys based on pet size and playing habits to ensure their safety.

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Rated 3.4595 out of 5 stars
37 Reviews
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37 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Miranda on Aug 29, 2022

My dog HATES nail trims

My dog immediately loved this toy. Made it extremely positive for her and put cut hot dogs into it. Keeping track how many pieces she would flip it over and we praised her when she scratched the pad eventually getting all the treats. She HATES nail trims so hopefully this helps maintain a shorter trim and reward her. Also, this is a great bonding experience for her and I, so plan to put aside about 15-20mins and have fun!! My dog is 30lb 6yr old Pit Bull mix, she is a blockhead so I probably could have gotten away with a Size/Large but I wasn’t sure if it would been lightweight enough for her petite size so we ordered Medium and it works!!!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By jakeytyne on Aug 18, 2022

Depends on the dog- useless chew toy for mine

This has turned out to be a useless chew toy for my dog. I have not been able to train them to use scratch this, even after numerous training sessions and attempts. I have a very smart golden retriever that picks up on things very quickly, but no avail with this one. It also is an extremely small surface for having ordered the size large!!! I don't really intend to deter anyone from buying it, but be aware that it may not be your golden ticket for your dog's nails, possibly save your money...

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cwatkins on Sep 1, 2022

Very small not worth it

I bought the large and the surface area is very small. The holes for the treats are very big too so all my dog had to do was tip it over an they would fall out. Tried to reach her to scratch it but the area is to small for her to really even scratch it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By HamiYoshiSchnook on Aug 27, 2022

Works great for toy loving, food motivated dogs!

Both my chihuahua mixes LOVE this thing. They could probably use the medium, but they’re both doing great with the small. It keeps them interested for a long time - plenty of scratches on the pad!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cookie on Aug 12, 2022

Waste of Money

My 10lb Maltese does not have room to scratch both paws. When i guide her in how its done her nails do not file down at all.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By RebelDawg on May 23, 2022

beware of size it is REAL small

I purchased the medium size and got a product so small a toy size dog might be able to use it so gave it to a friend who has a chihuahua puppy. My Medium (20lb) dog ignored it other than taking 20 seconds to figure out how to get the treats out of it; so, I went outside and brought in a 12" x 12" brick and she is going crazy on it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By PamG on Apr 1, 2022

Genius idea

This product is genius and very reasonably priced. My one year old dog has high anxiety and freaks out when we try and do anything with his nails. He LOVES this product. It’s not only a puzzle to keep him busy but he’s the closest he has ever been to actually trimming down his nails. I got the medium sized as large was out of stock but think we’ll try the larger one once it’s back in stock.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Tasha on Jun 14, 2022

Nice concept, but....

My dog quickly figured out all his had to do was tip it over with his nose to get the treats out. The holes are too big and the treats just fall right out.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Shelby on Mar 16, 2022

Great for nail maintenance

I bought this because we have a hard time trimming my pup's nails. My dog is smart enough to get the treats out without actually touching the scratch pad, so I trained him to respond to the words scratch, and when he scratches either front paw, he gets a treat. We do this with his dinner a couple of times a week, so it's an interactive way for him to eat his food, while also filing his claws. I will say, I think this should be a supplemental thing, especially if you're not going to do it every day. My hope that it will help maintain his nails when we're not going to the vet/groomers to get a trim.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Marissa on Mar 16, 2022

An enrichment frustration

I love the concept of this item. Unfortunately, my dog does enrichment puzzles/feeders every day and I have come to learn the most important aspect of enrichment is the reward so it doesn't cause your dog to get frustrated. Even when my dog picked this up by the handles and shook it around vigorously, she couldn't get the treats out (which was just her small kibble, so I'm not sure why). My dog did dig at it, but even the scratch pad seems much too fine of a grit, so it didn't really file her nails. Lastly, there's no way to replace the scratch pad portion, so once it gets worn out the whole thing becomes unusable and based on how it looks after just one session with my dog, I don't think it would last long. That doesn't even matter for my dog though, because she won't even use it after the first session since she could never get the "reward" out. Cool concept, but not worth the money.