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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 and works great with Starmark Breath Freshening Mints or Pro-Training Treats. 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
  • USA made material 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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  • Excellent treat-dispensing toy

    By on Top 10 Contributor

    My dog loves her pickle! For long-lasting entertainment, this toy beats a classic Kong any day. My (and my dog's) favorite way to prepare it for a rainy day is to smear a bit of Kong Easy Treat paste or peanut butter down each groove, wedge a few small biscuits or treats into the grooves so they stick in the paste, and freeze it. Where she has a similarly-prepared Kong cleaned out in minutes, this lasts a half hour or longer with the challenge of prying out the treats and cleaning every corner of the three grooves. My dog usually has this toy spotless by the time she's done, but I love that it can be tossed in the dishwasher if needed. I usually scrub out the grooves with a bottle brush and My dog loves her pickle! For long-lasting entertainment, this toy beats a classic Kong any day. My (and my dog's) favorite way to prepare it for a rainy day is to smear a bit of Kong Easy Treat paste or peanut butter down each groove, wedge a few small biscuits or treats into the grooves so they stick in the paste, and freeze it. Where she has a similarly-prepared Kong cleaned out in minutes, this lasts a half hour or longer with the challenge of prying out the treats and cleaning every corner of the three grooves. My dog usually has this toy spotless by the time she's done, but I love that it can be tossed in the dishwasher if needed. I usually scrub out the grooves with a bottle brush and call it a day, since it never stays empty for long. I'm actually ordering a second one so I can always have one ready in the freezer. It also bounces really well and would be fun for fetch, although I'd be worried about losing it in grass with the bright green color, and it floats for water play. My dog hasn't tried to destroy it, but she hasn't put a dent in any of our other Starmark toys and this one feels just as strong and durable. With the wide variety of possibilities this toy offers and the high entertainment value it presents for my dog, I highly recommend this toy. … more

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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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  • Looks good but order wavy treats at the same time

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    I received the pickle and it looks like a good product for my dog to dispense treats however, I didn't realize you CAN'T use regular treats in this product. You. It's order the wavy treats from them to insert or the pickle is worthless. I will order the wavy insert treats with my next order. I wish I had know because the product will NOT work with regular treats. So make sure you order the proper treats to go with this toy.

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  • My dog LOVES this

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    I have a 40 pound standard Poodle. We need to keep her busy. She doesn't like the treat dispensing toys that she needs to roll around or tip to get the treats. I decided to give this one a try. I fill the slots in this toy with some of her treats and it keeps her busy for 20 minutes or so. (I've even used some of her regular dog food and she's still interested.) I give it to her once a day or every other day. She's always excited to get it. When I first opened it I thought she'd be able to destroy it by chewing on it since it is soft when I squeeze it - but she hasn't. I was surprised since she's able to destroy most things when she wants to. It's got an odd tacky feel to it and it picks I have a 40 pound standard Poodle. We need to keep her busy. She doesn't like the treat dispensing toys that she needs to roll around or tip to get the treats. I decided to give this one a try. I fill the slots in this toy with some of her treats and it keeps her busy for 20 minutes or so. (I've even used some of her regular dog food and she's still interested.) I give it to her once a day or every other day. She's always excited to get it. When I first opened it I thought she'd be able to destroy it by chewing on it since it is soft when I squeeze it - but she hasn't. I was surprised since she's able to destroy most things when she wants to. It's got an odd tacky feel to it and it picks up lint from the carpet and dirt from the yard but it easily washes off. I'm glad I got this for her. … more

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  • This is the best chew toy ever!

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    Per his breed, my dog has a hard chew/ bite (Lhasa Apso) and I am very pleased to report this toy is indestructible plus it gives him hours of chew time--much needed stimulation and release. The slits are great for placing treats inside for him to work at. We've tried lots of chew toys and other chewing products, and this pickle is the answer!

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  • Great idea

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    Our dog loved this toy. Downfall is it says indestructible on it and our lab did damage to it in the first hour. As long as we watch her and take it away as soon as she's done working the treats out it may last awhile. Wouldn't recommend for tough chewers.

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  • Dogs favorite toy

    By on Top 1000 Contributor

    This is my 65# dogs favorite toy since he got it for Christmas. It has held up wonderfully also. I cannot recommend the treats that are supposed to go in this toy from starmark because they are made in china but I place my own treats inside the holes and it takes him quite a while to get them all out. He is always excited when I go to find his toy to put treats in it. I do caution you to make sure they get all the treats out or it can look pretty gross. Again it is easy to clean and super durable.

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  • For highly food motivated dogs

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    If your dog is not highly food motivated or gives up easy I would not recommend this specific toy as it is quite difficult and time consuming! This was a great fit for my Dutch shepherd though. You could make it easier if you wanted to depending on what you put in but overall its more difficult than your average treat ball. He prefers the Pickle over the everlasting treat toys that StarMark makes.

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  • A fun alternative

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    This is a fun alternative to other treat toys. It's not my favorite as it can be a pain to clean or put treats in. But it does keep the dogs interested in it a decently long time.

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  • FAVORITE.

    By on Top 250 Contributor

    I have a 2 yo pit bull that is VERY clever and very mouthy. She's also an anxiety puppy: whenever I go to work she screams and cries and wants to go with me. If I leave my car door open for even a minute, she will hop in and REFUSE to get out. So it helps to have something to leave with her to distract her, and to satisfy her need to chew something. Given this she doesn't destroy anything else and also loves the challenge of getting out the treats. I use both the flavor wave things designed to go in it and sometimes kibbles.

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