WEST PAW Zogoflex Large Tux Tough Treat Dispensing Dog Chew Toy, Granny Smith - Chewy.com

West Paw Zogoflex Large Tux Tough Treat Dispensing Dog Chew Toy

By West Paw
Rated 4.5157 out of 5 stars
Color: Granny Smith

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About This Item


  • Zogoflex® is an exclusive material that makes fetch, tug-o-war, and chew therapy more fun — it’s easy on doggie mouths, stretches (without stretching out) and sports an unstoppable bounce — all while staying tenaciously tough. For dogs who love to swim (or just need a distraction in the bathtub), Zogoflex® stays afloat.
  • Tux is a super durable toy designed with a spot to hide treats, but is still fun with or without a treat!
  • 100% recyclable, BPA-and-phthalate-free, non-toxic, and FDA-compliant
  • It’s easy to sanitize Zogoflex® toys at home — just pop it on the top shelf of your dishwasher.
  • Made in Montana from US-sourced materials

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Questions & Answers

6 Customer Questions

What size treat should I get?
Answer by ChewyApr 27, 2018
This Toy is approximately 6 inches in length and can hold treats approximately 5 inches and smaller.

What are the full dimensions of this? I have a 34 lb mutt around beagle size and can't decide between the Small or the Large. Wish there was a Medium!
Answer by ChewyMay 03, 2019
This toy measures 5 inches wide at all points and 3 inches tall.

Can you put, say pumpkin or baby food inside and freeze it?
Answer by ChewyJan 28, 2020
No matter what size, you can easily fill Tux with tasty, tempting treats, or add liquid and freeze it for frozen fun.

How much kibble can it hold?
Answer by ChewyFeb 01, 2023
The Large chew toy holds roughly 1/4 cup of kibble, however that will vary depending on what type of kibble the you are using. The Small chew toy holds 1/7th of a cup of kibble.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Missy on Dec 14, 2022

A little disappointed

As far as how long it will last I do not know yet, but I ordered the large and the opening should be a bit smaller. its too big to stuff for an activity, but need the larger for the size of dog. Daughter bought one too and it was a waste of money for us because we wanted a tough toy to stuff with treats.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By owenthelobo on Nov 16, 2022

Like it, but not love

I've got two of these large tux toys. I like them because they're freezer friendly, can be use with wet food, easy to clean in the dishwasher. However, my dog doesn't like to eat frozen food out of this since it's really frustrating for him. Normal wet food he'll attempt. In terms of treat dispensing toys, I feel like there are some more versatile ones on the market, but I don't regret my purchase. Not a must have, but nice to have!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Marin on Nov 30, 2022

Great for a busy dog

This toy is great to fill with treats and let your dog have a challenge. I fill this with some treats, then I also put applesauce on top and freeze overnight. Keeps my dogs busy for a while.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Mabel on Oct 13, 2022

Disappointed. Not as tough as it looks

I have a 62lb Pit Mix that is a very strong chewer. I was so excited to try Westpaw’s Tux toy for her. It looked so tough and durable but she chewed it apart in less than an hour. :(

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By chesterkt on Aug 23, 2022

don't last long

I've been buying these for a few years - perfect frozen treat after a walk. My concern is that the 'made in USA' imprint on the chewing edge of this item seriously shortens the it's life. It weakens the inner wall of this chew toy. Move the 'made in USA' imprint to a different spot on this wonderful chew toy !!!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Brettso on Jul 14, 2022

Tough even for Brettso

Not one to adopt quickly to new ideas, but after seeing me bounce it with my toe and producing his dental chews, Brett started packing it around and dropping it to get them out himself. Hill’s dental care t/d are just the right size nugget to not pour out but do come out with a small bounce. The round ends are the right size for a medium size dog like Brett to pick up in his mouth. Sturdy so chewing doesn’t destroy them. Bouncy enough to be entertaining.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By BullyOwner on Jun 16, 2022

Not good for heavy chewers

Plus: I have 2 dogs. Once of them (pitbull mix) immediately became obsessed with this thing even without treats inside. He was going to town chewing on it. Minus: had to pull it from circulation a mere 4 days after I received it because he managed to destroy it. For reference, he will go through a black kong in 2-3 weeks so this is not at black kong level for us. It really is too bad because he loved the thing. if your dog isn't such a heavy chewer, it might be right for you.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Laura on May 31, 2022

Picky Dog Approved!

Our dog is pretty selective about which treat dispensers are acceptable and which ones are not, usually based off of their difficulty and their capacity to hold high-value treats. This one has been met with her seal of approval. We break her dental chew into pieces and shove it in there with peanut butter and it keeps her busy for a while. For reference, our dog is a 60lb pointer who is not super aggressive with treat dispensers but isn't too gentle either. This toy has held up well thus far. It's also dishwasher safe, which is a huge perk in our household!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By turtle on Jun 3, 2022

An ok treat puzzle

My pup sees this as a cup treat puzzle, so she just licks the cavity to get the treats out. She doesn't chew on the outer parts, so the chew parts are kind of useless. The cavity is smaller than the cup treat puzzle and doesn't have the fins and such, so the content isn't as challenging to get out. Takes a lot of space for little amount of treats it holds. Pup does enjoy working on it, so it's not all bad. Still, would've been better off to just get another cup threat puzzle.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AZtieguy on Jun 12, 2022

My chewers have met their match!

Great toy! Not only can you put treats, peanut butter, etc inside of it to keep dogs active, but it has proven so far to be indestructible! Even my aggressive chewers can't damage it!