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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!
My dog loves this toy. He is still paying with it after six months.Published 9 days 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 11 days ago by L. Bolton
It took my puppy a while to figure this puzzle out, but he has so much fun getting the balls out now that he knows they're in there! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Madison
The cube itself lasted all of 5 minutes after I gave it to my dog because he is a huge chewer and destroyed it, but the balls that came with it have held up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lstrl0308
This toy was purchased for a Standard Poodle puppy and he seems to get great enjoyment from it. At nine weeks old, he is enjoying teething the four plush balls. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CMHBuckeye
I got it on time and it's exactly as described. It's keeping my 5 month cocker spaniel busy. He enjoys puzzles so this cube is a good toy for him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tf
First off, if you have a dog that destroys things, you won't find this will last long. My dog isn't a squeaker destroyer or a over obsessive chewer. He likes the puzzle games. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katie
Great toy for my 9/10 month old lab/ridgeback puppy. He likes to get the balls out of the cube, and then likes to play with the balls on their own. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Stein
Love this and our terrier Nate does too. He gets his nose right in there and gets the balls out quickly. We throw them and roll them and play almost every afternoon with him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ouida