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The Hide-A-Squirrel introduces an innovative approach to playtime. The toy works as a reverse puzzle. First, hide the squeaky squirrel pieces in the in the various openings in the plush tree trunk. Then, simply sit back and watch as dogs use their problem solving skills to retrieve them. Dogs love to search, stalk, and capture the small "squeaky" prey. Just one of these toys can result in a full day of play!
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Great toy! This one is small, so good size for my 18 lb. mix. He loves it. Holding up pretty well too.Published 1 day ago by shandelu
Dog goes crazy for this. It doesn't really keep him busy because he grabs one end and shakes out all the squirrels, but he absolutely loves them.Published 1 day ago by L. Compean
I wouldn't get this toy again I got it for my German Shepard and Pitbull they equally love squirrels it's alot smaller then I imagined my dogs love squeakers so that's a plus fun... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Christina
This is one of her favorite toys. She plays with it constantly. Would buy again and again.Published 2 days ago by Julie Welsh
My dog plays with this all the time. We hide other items besides the squirrels as well. She even carries it around with her sometimes.Published 2 days ago by Stacie Jerden
My dog loves playing with the squirrel hutch all the time. Every morning when I get home from work, I find the little squirrels all over the house, so I know he's been enjoying it... Read morePublished 3 days ago by SpeedieBeadie
I bought this for my dog about a month ago and she has not gotten tired of it. She plays with it every day. The squirrels have held up really well. good quality. Highly recommend!Published 3 days ago by M. Bright
my dogs love it one grabs the stump and runs while the other is trying to steel the squirrels great toyPublished 3 days ago by Linda Bylin