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|Toy Feature||Water Toy, Teething, Dental, Exercise, Tough Chewer, Bouncy||Teething, Bouncy||Training||Tough Chewer||Training, Tough Chewer|
|Material||Plastic||Thermoplastic Rubber||—||Thermoplastic Rubber||—|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds||All Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys|
When the Pickle came, I thought it was possibly too big for my dog. I have a 14 lb Cockapoo. But she loved it. Even carries it around. I fill it with Tricky Trainer liver treats, her favorite. Gives me a break from constantly throwing her ball.
This is the ONLY treat-chew toy that has not had pieces chewed off of it by my giant power chewer puppy. AND it tires him out. I break soft treats in half and shove them WAY into each crevasse, and it keeps him occupied until he gets them all out, then he flops over and falls asleep. 10/10 the best pickle that ever pickled.
This is literally the best toy we've ever purchased for our dogs. We have a 50 pound pitty, and a 100 pound wolf beast. Together they can disassemble any other toy we give them in under 5 minutes. We had an expensive tuffy stuffed toy that squeaked that once lasted 36 hours, but that's the closest we've seen to these. These pickles still last. I suggest using American cheese cut into thin strips and smooshed into the grooves. 1 slice gets us 2 filled toys. It's definitely a licking toy, our dogs chomp it but it's indestructible so they just take 15-20 minutes of intense concentration to lick all the cheese out. Usually exhausts them and they are super happy. I wouldn't put hard treats in it, I don't think the dogs would know how to even start with that.