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Extremely durable, but soft in your dog's mouth, the Treat Dispensing Pickle Pocket is ideal for snack-time play or retrieving. Holds Treats or Kibble. Made of virtually indestructible material stronger than rubber and great for powerful chewers! The material used is free of latex, vinyl, and phthalates.

Key Benefits

  • Made of virtually indestructible material stronger than rubber and great for powerful chewers!
  • Extremely durable, but soft in your dog's mouth, the making it ideal for snack-time, play, or retrieving
  • Provides hours of challenging play which helps reduce anxiety and boredom behaviors
  • Rolls, bounces, and floats in water
  • Free of latex, vinyl, and phthalates

Cautions

With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible. Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard.

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  • Item Number
    65586

Instructions

Refill with Flavor Wave Treats, small treats, or kibble. Dishwasher safe, top rack.

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  • Keep them busy!

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    My dogs love these!!! I stuff them with treats and pumpkin or peanut butter and they keep them busy for a long time. In addition they are made of a super dense and durable material, so my six month old puppy who destroys almost everything couldn't destroy these. Well worth the purchase! The only reason I gave 4 stars is because I wish the company made a smaller version for smaller dogs. These are large for my girls.

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  • Pickle Pocket

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    For my German Shepherd pup the Pickle Pocket is really not that much fun without the wavy treats to go inside. Personally I think they're rather expensive and once the treat is pulled out, it's gone in a flash. I've tried other ideas but for my Kilo, it's just not her favorite toy unless it's sporting the proper treats designed for the pocket ... then again your dog might love it so use your best judgement

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  • Great for strong chewers

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    This is the second Pickle Pocket for our GSD. He's a strong chewer and his first one withheld for two years (I find that a remarkably long time for our pup!).Clean regularly as mold will form in cracks caused from chewing. We finally replaced when the cracks got worse and mold formed more often.

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  • A new toy!

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    This is a toy I hadn't seen in my local store. It has three slits that can take about any treat you have on hand. My dog isn't chewer but she seems to enjoy getting the goodies out of her pickle.

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  • Pickle pocket

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    Our Dobermans love the pickle and we put lots of different things in the crack to keep them busy. It appears indestructible to both puppy and adult teeth

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  • Best Starmark toy so far....

    By on Top 50 Contributor

    Unfortunately this is the third Starmark toy we've bought that hasn't really held up with my 1 year old English lab. I am recommending this item to dogs that are NOT powerchewers. Starmark advertises their toys as virtually indestructible but that has not been our case. However, compared to the other Starmark toys we have tried, this one has stayed intact the longest. He has ripped huge chunks out of it while trying to get the treats out but it is still in one piece. I just have to monitor closely to make sure he doesn't swallow pieces. Which kind of defeats the purpose of having a treat dispensing toy.

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  • Love this treat dispenser.

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    My Lab loves this pickle. Softer treats work better than dry kibble, but kibble works. When the treats are gone she still chews and doesn't destroy it.

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  • Mr. Pickle

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    My golden doodle loves this toy so much! Every night at dinner she drops it in my lap to fill it with treats. It's indestructible!

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  • Dog and owner approved!

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    This product is great! We've had it for about 6 months. We gave it to our dog at Christmas to keep her busy for a 12 hour car ride. She couldn't get much out of it the first several times she had it. We started a little easy, just treats or peanut butter (you do have to break up the treats and shove them in the slots). Now we put peanut butter, shove some pieces of treats in, more peanut butter, and then freeze. She gets it when she has to be alone for long periods of time. She usually gets all of it out! Sometimes she saves it for later and brings it around the house. She's only about 30 pounds and she got it when she was around 25 pounds. It was a little heavy for her at first but she carries This product is great! We've had it for about 6 months. We gave it to our dog at Christmas to keep her busy for a 12 hour car ride. She couldn't get much out of it the first several times she had it. We started a little easy, just treats or peanut butter (you do have to break up the treats and shove them in the slots). Now we put peanut butter, shove some pieces of treats in, more peanut butter, and then freeze. She gets it when she has to be alone for long periods of time. She usually gets all of it out! Sometimes she saves it for later and brings it around the house. She's only about 30 pounds and she got it when she was around 25 pounds. It was a little heavy for her at first but she carries it around without much problem. She LOVES to chew, and this has held up! … more

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  • Great for hard chewers

    By on Top 1000 Contributor

    My foster beagle is a chewer, a big chewer, and I have so much trouble finding toys that he can't break apart and swallow. This is one of the few items he hasn't damaged! He loves chewing on it, just trying and trying to chew it apart. Although they sell their own treats that fit inside the Pickle, you can shove your own treats in there or put peanut butter or cheese in there.

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