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

West Paw Zogoflex Small Tux Tough Treat Dispensing Dog Chew Toy

By West Paw
Rated 4.5312 out of 5 stars
Color: Granny Smith Green

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About This Item


  • Specifically built to be durable enough to hold up to the gnawing needs of small but mighty dogs like Yorkies.
  • Lovingly designed and handcrafted in the USA at West Paw’s eco-friendly facility located in Bozeman, Montana.
  • Made with completely recycled plastic, making this toy non-toxic, latex-free, dishwasher safe and eco-friendly.
  • Can be filled with kibble, peanut butter, dog cookies or other tasty treats to keep dogs interested and entertained.
  • Boredom-busting design is perfect for light-to-moderate chewers.

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Questions & Answers

8 Customer Questions

Does the zogoflex tux come in large
Answer by ChewyJul 17, 2019
We absolutely have the West Paw Zogoflex Large Tux Dog Toy available on our site.

which size is suitable for a 40 lbs border collie?
Answer by ChewySep 30, 2018
This toy is one size and comes in 3 colors. It is 4 x 2.25 x 3.5 inches and is made for small to medium breeds.

Is it made in USA?
Answer by ChewyOct 30, 2019
West Paw toys are made in the USA.

Do the colors correspond to different sizes (small, medium, large)? It looks like the blue one might be larger than the green or orange one.
Answer by ChewyOct 06, 2018
The color options are all the same size.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bren on Mar 4, 2023

Love this toy!

I've had some difficulty finding toys my pup didn't eat/tear apart. He took to this toy immediately and especially loves a little snack in the middle from time to time. I love this company, products are made in the USA so I don't have to worry about the safety of my pet. The first "bone" that I purchased has lasted over a year and still going strong. Really allows for as much chewing as my pup wants.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Katie on Oct 21, 2022

Great frozen snack

I love putting different things in here to freeze for my dog later. My only thing is that sometimes my dog will get her bottom jaw stuck in her when trying to get what is inside. It has never gotten to the point where I had to help her or anything, but, like every other thing you give your dog, just make sure to monitor them while they use this.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Michelle on Sep 23, 2022

Great for dogs that need to be busy (and for moms that need to cook dinner)

I have 10 of these. I fill them EVERY morning with kibble food and apple sauce, top off with homemade bone broth, and place them in a large muffin pan in the freezer. I use them as the afternoon meal replacement for my Rottie Mix and my Pittie Mix. The frozen treats keep them busy after work so we can make dinner, eat dinner, clean up, etc. They are messy, so be sure to keep them off the couch LOL.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Kate on Aug 8, 2022

Tough and relatively shallow

This is not an particularly challenging toy, especially not compared to the classic Kong design. That's exactly what makes it right for us. My little cavaliers have struggled to dig more than a third of the way down into the smallest Kongs. They never did figure out how to grasp a Kong to hold it steady, and their tongues aren't that long. They get frustrated at being unable to get most of their treat, and I dislike the food waste. It's also hard to hand clean those things. Whereas the zogoflex gives them a heavy object that's fun to bat around, carry in their mouth, etc and that they can pin down with their forepaws while they lick inside a fairly wide opening compared to the Kongs meant for puppies and small breeds. Unfortunately, zogoflex's opening is only slightly wider than a rounded teaspoon, so tricky to load. Which is my only complaint. The dogs are able to get at about 90% of the contents, and by the time they've gotten that far they aren't noticeably frustrated about that 10% remainder. I can also hand clean it thoroughly instead of waiting to run the dishwasher. The dogs enjoy playing with zogoflex, filled or unfilled. It even has a fun unpredictable bit of bounciness that's nice for playing indoor fetch. The teething puppy especially likes that it's a sturdy chew toy she can gnaw on for a long time without damaging the rubber. I'm sure eventually it will give out. Meanwhile, we've already bought more. Expensive, but worthwhile.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tuula on Sep 12, 2022

Fabulously tough

My english pointer loves to chew things and this toy has held the record. Works exceptionally well at storing cookies/biscuits and is needed challenge for her.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Marlowsmkm on Aug 30, 2022

Excelent investment!

I absolutely love all our West Paw toys, they are durable and last, and our dogs love them! Also love that they are a USA company, and use recycled plastics!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By 2furbabies on May 8, 2022

Everyday Favorite

My puppy is 15 weeks old and started eating some of her kibble from this at 10 weeks. It's her favorite toy to eat out of, hands down. Even when she's teething badly she'll still go for dry kibble if it's in this toy--the rest of the kibble has to be softened. Definitely a big fan -- and her 6 year old big brother is always hoping for a chance to steal it too

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By kimmy on Aug 17, 2022

not for powerful chewers

It was ordered on 8/1/22 and is now broken on 8/15/22 not as durable as I thought it was gonna be

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By WestPawTuxFan on Apr 4, 2022

Good toy for a strong chewer

Has held up for a week. No visible damage. I call this a success! 18 pound poodle eventually destroys all toys. This is our second Tux. The first is about a month old with only slight deterioration.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SmallTuxReview on Nov 30, 2021

Indoor and Outdoor Fun

My mom introduced the Tux to me by placing some goodies (peanut butter, kibble, wet food, baby food, goat milk yogurt, etc.) inside the opening and freezing it. I couldn’t resist. A month later, my body and appetite have grown and mom thinks the small amount of food in the Tux would just aggravate me so...I now use it as a toy and run after it outside. Outside because I can get a little rambunctious. ~Hacksaw~