Let the holiday games begin! This plush puzzle toy comes with a soft gingerbread house and three plush, squeaky toys for some hide-and-seek fun. Stuff them in the house and watch your pup pull them out one by one. Puzzle games are a great way to prevent boredom, provide daily mental stimulation, and bond with your pooch. The squeakers really get your dog’s attention, and the soft, snuggly textures are perfect for nap time, too.
Plush puzzle toy comes with soft gingerbread house and three squeaky toys to retrieve.
Perfect for games of hide-and-seek with your pup. Stuff the toys in the gingerbread house and watch your pup pull them out!
The plush toys have built-in squeakers to get your dog excited about playtime.
Provides hours of mental stimulation and an interactive activity you and your pup can bond over.
Soft plush texture is perfect for cuddling with, and is gentle on dog’s teeth during play.
No toy is indestructible. Supervise your pet when using since small parts can present a choking hazard or internal blockage. Discontinue use if the toy is damaged. Keep out of reach of children
Every dog plays differently and since not all toys are created equal it’s always best to keep a close watch on your pup in case things get ruff. Supervised play will help toys last longer and most importantly keep your pal safe. No dog toy is truly indestructible so always remove the toy from playtime if pieces begin to break off. Not recommended for chew sessions.
Where is this product manufactured?
This toy is toy is made in China and designed and tested to meet our high quality standards.
Is this toy machine washable?
For best results spot clean only.
About Frisco Holiday Dog Toys
The Nice Listers
We see somebody made the nice list! The reward? All the toys for all the games, from plushy, squeaky cuties to toys made with twisty ropes and bouncy rubber. Wrap those gifts, deck those halls and wag those tails with this playtime posse.
Joy to the Pups
Jingly bells, squeaky toys, wagging all the way. The cuddliest materials and the squeakiest fun, it's pretty much every pup's idea of a good holiday party. Small to jumbo sizes accommodate play of all proportions. Fa la la la squeak!
For Snowman's Best Friend
Dogs love to play with ropes, and these toys don't skimp on the twisty rope fun. Thank the elves! With built-in squeakers and plush filling, they're straight from the North Pole and made just for your favorite canine.
Bouncy and Bright
Snow day or not, dogs love to get in a good fetch sesh. Made of thermoplastic rubber for extra bounce, these toys are perfect for playing indoors or outdoors. Toss them, squeak them too!
Celebrate with holiday-themed toys for any pup's favorite play style.
I bought this for my dogs at Christmas and it's still in decent shape, she isn't super destructive with her toys, but I'm still surprised this is still around in July. I've enjoyed filling the house will a bunch of toys for her to dig out
thin stuffed animals
on Feb 23, 2020
My pup LOVES this toy and it’s adorable watching how excited he gets when I bring it out to play with! He digs into the housing and can pull out every doll with ease. He is a small breed but still able to shred apart stuffed animals in seconds, so unfortunately I can’t have this toy kept out at all times or else he’d destroy it too fast. I wish this was more a “tough” big breed toy so it can last
For busy curious dogs, best used with owner
on Dec 28, 2019
This is a very cute set as puzzle toys go, but not for dogs that kill every stuffed toy in 5 seconds.The little gingerbread man has one of his legs bitten off as a design feature, it’s humorous. It is definitely not indestructible; it is meant for taking the toys in and out of the house, not for heavy chewing, tugging, indoor fetch, hide and seek around the house and certainly not to be left alone with a first class Destructo-dog like our Gracie. We don’t play tug-of-war with it, but Gracie likes it to be loaded with a little toys and then she takes them out and squeaks them.
Thank you, Santa!
on Dec 31, 2019top25Contributor
Santa left this adorable plush puzzle for our 1-year-old Labrador puppy. It is cute and whimsical. Our puppy occasionally tries to "shred" his toys when he gets too excited with them so for now, we've been playing with the puzzle for maybe 30 minutes at a time so he doesn't destroy it. He absolutely loves watching you hide each item inside the house and he's learned to wait for us to hold the house out to him while saying, "Be gentle." He then reaches in one of the holes and looks so proud when he pulls out one of the little toys. He then gallops around the house with all 3 toys in his mouth and brings them back to start all over again. I could definitely see a power chewer shredding this toySanta left this adorable plush puzzle for our 1-year-old Labrador puppy. It is cute and whimsical. Our puppy occasionally tries to "shred" his toys when he gets too excited with them so for now, we've been playing with the puzzle for maybe 30 minutes at a time so he doesn't destroy it. He absolutely loves watching you hide each item inside the house and he's learned to wait for us to hold the house out to him while saying, "Be gentle." He then reaches in one of the holes and looks so proud when he pulls out one of the little toys. He then gallops around the house with all 3 toys in his mouth and brings them back to start all over again. I could definitely see a power chewer shredding this toy (but then again, it's not meant for power chewers). I'm sure the average dog would get a lot of use out of this and would love (1) the squeaks and (2) the hide and seek aspect. Thank you, Santa!… more
Fun, but requires supervision
on Jan 14, 2020
My toy Aussie wouldn’t play with it at first. I would have to coax him to make it seem exciting. After about a week, he started playing with it himself. Then he got his head stuck in it. The first few times I was able to pull him loose, but the last time, I couldn’t get it off without hurting him, so I had to make a little slit with scissors so the hole is bigger and wouldn’t get stuck again. Other than that issue, he loves pulling all the toys out of it. Keeps him occupied for a few minutes. My dog is about 7 lbs for reference.
on Jan 3, 2020
I ordered this because my dogs frequently receive interactive toys and love them. The small squeaker toys don't last long, but the outer toy usually does. I do usually purchase zippy paws brand and decided to order this brand as I had already purchased every Christmas theme through zippy paws and this offered a different one. I was highly dissatisfied upon first touch. I realized this was lower quality fabric and construction. My dog wrecked the outer toy before he got to the squeaker ones and overall I won't be purchasing this brand toy again
DO NOT BUY THIS!
on Dec 25, 2019
Christmas morning my puppy started playing with this toy and within a couple of minutes the toys that were inside the house fell apart. White fuzzy stuff everywhere and he didn't even get the least bit rough with them! The gingerbread man only had one leg, the candy cane had terrible stitching, the tree was cute but very flimsy. I put some small Kong stuffed animals in the house and then the house fell apart. My poor puppy who had been so excited only got to play with it for a few minutes before it all was ready for the trash. VERY Disappointed!!!! What a waste of money!
Better than baked gingerbread
on Jan 2, 2020
Rocky’s gingerbread house was very appealing to his much larger cousins, Finn and Rusty, so I had to keep it in his stocking until he had the house all to himself. Once he had a chance to play with it he really enjoyed it chewing on it and finding the hidden candy cane, tree, and gingerbread boy. Plus it looks so cute sitting next to his bed!
Enjoyed it for about 3 days
on Jan 3, 2020
Got this for my 2 St Bernard pups for Christmas. The tree started to tear within minutes of them opening it. By December 31st, the house had been completely ripped apart. They had a blast doing it. Gingerbread man and the candy cane are still intact.
I don't fault the toy. One of the pups lives to destroy. I'm pretty sure her only goal is to see how quickly she can rip new toys to shreds.
Christmas present for my 7 year old, 75lb yellow Lab.
on Dec 28, 2019
He typically would destuff plush toys (to get to the squeaker) but these are small with less fluff, so they've lasted so far. Also I feel as though the action of digging the toys out of the gingerbread house in itself is almost like destuffing, so perhaps he's getting his fix that way. He loves it! All in all recommend, just know what you're buying. If your dog typically destroys plush toys with squeakers, this likely won't last!