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Outward Hound Tail Teaser with Refill Dog & Cat Teaser Toy

Outward Hound Tail Teaser with Refill Dog & Cat Teaser Toy

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    Not so great for intense chewers

    By Lisa on Feb 10, 2021

    For active dogs, this is great. I bring this outside to have my pup get some energy out by running around chasing this thing, and for that purpose, it’s great. However, my puppy was able to chew COMPLETELY through the nylon string and the mouse fell through. I kind of fixed it by just tying the mouse For active dogs, this is great. I bring this outside to have my pup get some energy out by running around chasing this thing, and for that purpose, it’s great. However, my puppy was able to chew COMPLETELY through the nylon string and the mouse fell through. I kind of fixed it by just tying the mouse on the remaining nylon myself, but I’m just shocked because the nylon looked so thick and my 12 week old puppy was able to chew right through it. Despite that, I still recommend this because even my attempt at fixing it still keeps my dog really entertained. The picture is my tying the string around the center of the fake mouse. … more

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    Great until it split open

    By PandR on Feb 27, 2021

    My standard poodle adores this flirt pole, and I love that it’s relatively light and flexible, so it doesn’t hurt or tire out my shoulder. A few minutes of play and she’s exhausted anyway. But after about a year of occasional use, and no visible wear and tear on the toy (except for saliva-crusted fur My standard poodle adores this flirt pole, and I love that it’s relatively light and flexible, so it doesn’t hurt or tire out my shoulder. A few minutes of play and she’s exhausted anyway. But after about a year of occasional use, and no visible wear and tear on the toy (except for saliva-crusted fur) tonight the toy suddenly split open and two round plastic pieces went flying out. Major choking hazard!! I have no idea what these pieces are for. They didn’t seem to be connected to the squeaker in any way (which just looks like a plain old squeaker you’d find in any toy). I would love to know why these pieces were in there. Just so glad I got to them before my poodle did. … more

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