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The IQube is a fun, interactive dog toy that will keep pets occupied and eliminate boredom. The IQube pet toy includes 4 squeaky balls for fetching and chasing, and a puzzle plush base. Create a fun game with your dog by inserting the balls into the base, and enouraging your dog to seek them out.
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!
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My dog loves this toy so much! The box is very durable, but the balls are plush so they can be torn up. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
My dog couldn't figure out how to get the balls out of the cube, but he likes playing with the individual balls and the cube. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Retired Housewife
my dog LOVEs pulling the balls out of the box or just playing with the balls by themselves.Published 1 month ago by Youchan Lee
The I-Qube toy puzzle was a fun interactive toy for our (now full-grown) labradoodle puppy. He very quickly learned to get all the balls out of the cube, and proceeded to tear them... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Niles508
our 9 month old border collie lab mix LOVES this toy, she runs around and fetches the balls, pulls them out of the cube, and sits and squeaks them... Read morePublished 1 month ago by caitlin bruggeman
We bought this to replace a very dirty set we purchased for our dog eight years ago. I 'm not sure if the Kyjen's manufacturing changed in that time, but our dog ripped through one... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Keri Benbrook
We have an 8 month old Golden Retriever and he loves this toy but we have to supervise his play or else he will eat the box and pull the stuffing out of the balls. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Copertino
My one Shih-Tzu can actually get all 4 balls out, but I don't think that would be typical since they have a shorter nose. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Agent English