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The IQube provides fun puzzle plush play for pooches! Like our Hide A Squirrel and Intellibone toys, the IQube works in reverse of a regular puzzle. Your dog takes the balls out; then you stuff them back in. This toy provides an outlet for Fido's natural searching and stalking instincts, and helps to develop intelligence and problem-solving skills. Re-stuff the cube with the fuzzy plush balls for engaging, long-lasting fun with furry friends!
Of all their toys, my dogs like this one least. The box is very stiff fabric. My maltese did stick her muzzle in it to look for eggs just last week, but it has been sitting there... Read morePublished 2 days ago by B. Buel
I like it but the dogs don't, they won't even look at it. I tried playing with them but no go. Weird because they love balls. It's made very well and is really cute.Published 13 days ago by LCOC
I got this about 10 years ago for my then-young golden retriever. It was hands-down her favorite toy until she died. She never managed to chew through the balls in all that time! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jessica From Ohio
I have purchased this toy twice. I decided to buy a second one because my 1.5 year old cube was getting a little nasty and somehow we had lost some of the balls. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jacque Spear
Very awesome. My dog had so much fun with it. Now I need to repurchase the balls, but the toy is very nice. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Mimi
My dog loves this toy. He figured it out within a minute but he still enjoys playing with it. Balls got ripped very quick I had to fix them by sawing back, since then we have not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mako
My dog loves this toy. He is still paying with it after six months.Published 2 months ago by Average Shopper
We have a German blood line working shepherd. He is now 1. I bought this for him when he was 8 months old and the box is still around. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. Bolton