PetSafe Chilly Penguin Freezable Treat Holding Dog Toy
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About This Item
- Designed to hold freezable liquid snacks, or frozen and filled with solid treats.
- Because you choose what goes inside, you get total control over snack-time.
- Rounded base gives this penguin a wobble, creating a challenge for your dog.
- Snowflake design is more than a cute decoration—it helps hold those frozen treats in!
- Features a stackable design, so you can save space in your freezer by stacking penguins high.
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Even the Small is a Hit
Our 60lb dog LOVES her Chilly Penguin - we have both a large one, and we accidentally ordered a small the last time we needed to throw something else in the cart to get free shipping (note to self, read descriptions more carefully). Regardless of its size, our dog still adores her newest Chilly Penguin. She is fussy about treat dispensers and usually gets bored with Kongs, but loves this. We can fit about 1/4 cup of food in there (favorites include peanut butter, cottage cheese, pumpkin puree, and Greek yogurt) which is a perfect amount to keep her entertained while we run errands. Our dog is a monster when it comes to destroying stuffed toys, but is pretty gentle with her treat dispensers/kong equivalents, so I can't attest to how it might hold up against a more aggressive chewer. All in all, I would recommend it for anyone looking to up their enrichment game or provide a less frustrating Kong alternative!
The toy that has saved dinner
My husband has created monsters. We have some beggars. My 11 year old Golden stares at you longingly, and my 2 year old Springer thinks he’s a cat, and tries to climb all over you or paw you while you’re eating, which is annoying beyond belief to me. I now have 8 of these “freezies” in rotation, and it takes them around 20 mins to clear them, which has saved dinner—or rather, has saved the dogs from my wrath at dinner. I fill with bits of freeze dried liver, a broken up biscuit, and sometimes a smear of peanut butter, then fill with diluted bone broth, though water seems to work fine. Awesome distraction.
No interest from my doggie
I don't like to give a one star review, but I have to go by our experience, and our sheltie ignores this. He licked out some plain yogurt the first time, but I bought for freezing and when I froze the yogurt, he ignored it. I tried chicken bone broth frozen and he ignored that even after it melted. If dog doesn't lick out contents, it's easy to spill onto floor, which this one did when hub accidently kicked it when the bone broth had melted. Might work great for another dog, just not ours.
Super fun freeze toy!
This toy is heavy and durable, unless you have a super chewer. Chyna is an 80 lb. Pitbull who loves to tear any toy apart! This is a nice option for warmer days. Put some water or bone broth in it with some treats and freeze! I used the Kong can cheese, because of the little holes all around it. I always put kibble in because Chyna will only eat her food out of dispensing toys! No idea why but she’s a rescue dog and we continue to learn her wants and needs. Having said that- she is destructive with EVERYTHING (toys-bones-stuffed animals). Nothing lasts long with her. If your pup or dog are not into chewing through Everything, then definitely try this!
Durable & long-lasting
I bought this for my 50Lb Yellow Lab nearly a year ago, and it’s still in perfect condition. She’s not a major chewer, but she somehow managed to chew through a KONG, so I’m happy that we found something that lasts. I’ll freeze her food or treats in this to make a pupsicle, and she absolutely loves it! I think it also helps that I take it away once she’s gotten all the food out of it.
Used on a hot day
I filled with almond butter then out some kibble in. They loved it; kept them busy for 5-10 minutes but had a difficult time getting into the crevices for all of the almond butter. Second time I put kibble it first then a little almond butter- it worked better.
It works! I bought it six months ago and have had zero issues. Living in AZ it is a must to carry water everywhere. Easy to take in out of the car and use at dog parks, restaurants, or anywhere else. Easy for the pup to get a drink on a long car ride too!
Got a couple of these, filled with plain Greek yogurt, froze them and the dogs loved them. Nice on a warm day. I also saw that some people used broth. I was pleasantly surprised by how much my shih Tzu and her BFF loved them!!
Keeps her busy
This is a great long-lasting, low-calorie treat! I put a couple treats in with water or broth and freeze it. I wasn’t sure my dog would like it since she has no interest in ice cubes, but she loves it! It would also be great with peanut butter.
I love these penguins. I have the small size for my Jack Russells and a large for my Aussie. I use them to put smashed bananas in and freeze them for a treat.