I wasn’t sure if this would be worth the $30 price tag, but this has been great for crate training and giving pup a special treat!
This tool is better for a bigger dog it’s very heavy and clumsy If you put anything frozen in your dogs crate and he does not finish, it quickly melts all down the crate and creates a mess my suggestion is to put a little bit of peanut butter rather than frozen If I freeze I give it to my dog outside on the patio
It has been quite difficult to get her to want to go in her crate. A little peanut butter on this product makes her run right into the crate. It's little spendy, but totally worth it!
We load this up with peanut butter or cream cheese or cheese spread to give Lola some fun time in her crate!! Sturdy design stands up to a tough chewer. Stays on the crate well!
When it doesnt fit on your dogs crate its basically just a small two sided lick pad. Its hard and hurt my dog's teeth and its really heavy. Way too expensive for what it is. A $7 lick pad will so much better.
My boyfriend was struggling with his rescue German Shepherd/ border collie mix. She would scream and cry in her kennel with no stop and then rip everything apart when she was left alone. I got this for them and now she gets excited to go in the kennel and will do so on her own. This was a real life (and sleep) saver. Highly recommend
Fits well into my MidWest metal crate. I reapply peanut butter and keep it frozen when it’s not in use. It keeps my puppy soothed and occupied in his crate.
Great tool to get them in the crate and associate good things with it :) Winston's favorite is Peanut Butter, but I have also tried applesauce and pumpkin puree. I want to try bananas and greek yogurt next. Pro tip: Only put food in 1 side, I put in both sides when I added applesauce to it and even though it was frozen it melted and just dripped into the crate/mat.
Good, sturdy product. Helps with crate training using puppy peanut butter or bananas.
Nice item to keep your dog occupied while in the crate