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Kyjen PP01276 Egg Babies Platypus Plush Dog Toys Squeak Toy Dog Puzzle, Large, Brown

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  • Long lasting toy.
  • Removeable squeaking eggs.
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Kyjen PP01276 Egg Babies Platypus Plush Dog Toys Squeak Toy Dog Puzzle, Large, Brown + Kyjen PP01278 Squeakin' Eggs Plush Dog Toys Squeak Toy 3-Piece, Small, Multicolor
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 7 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009YHTA6
  • Item model number: 6069
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (443 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,058 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Plush Puppies by Kyjen
Find The Hidden Eggs In These Babies For Long-Lasting Fun!

Our cute Egg Babies characters are inspired by real egg laying creatures. Like our popular Puzzle Plush line, this series provides hide-and-seek enrichment for dogs. For retrievers and other dogs who love chasing balls, recovering these "eggs" provides a great thrill. The 3 eggs in each toy are tightly packed in its reinforced belly, and removed via a single slit underneath. The owner puts the eggs back in, again and again, for long-lasting fun. Two additional replacement eggs are included with each toy.

Plush Puppies by Kyjen
  1. Puzzle plush play for dogs who love to search and stalk

  2. Provides hide-and-seek enrichment

  3. Includes two extra eggs (five eggs total)

Product Description

Egg Babies are fun, interactive dog toys that pets occupied and eliminate boredom. Each Egg Babies dog toy contains 3 removable squeaking eggs that dogs must remove. Hide the eggs inside the toy, and dogs will learn to sniff them out.


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Customer Reviews

They LOVE working to get the eggs out.
Diana
They love to hold the eggs in their mouths and squeek them, they play fetch with them, and they bat them around.
CarolinaBlue
This is a very well made and sturdy toy.
E. Swope

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

262 of 268 people found the following review helpful By Amy D. on October 28, 2009
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After seeing these "hide-a-squirrel" and egg babies toys for a while, I just couldn't picture my 40lb boxer mix puppy (13 months) doing anything but tearing it up and swallowing the eggs. But she doesn't. She gets the eggs out, sets them aside, and looks for more. Once the eggs are out, there's really no stuffing to worry about (except the head, but she's not interested in that part). She did get a LITTLE batting out of the cavity where the eggs go - but the seam stayed in tact. If you're having a hard time picturing what these are all about, see the video!
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Ranty on August 17, 2008
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Your dog will love this. You should follow the instructions and show him how to get the squeaky eggs out without destroying it, and then it will last quite a while, even with a heavy chewer like ours. If your dog is one of those ones that instantly tries to destroy anything soft, this won't hold up, but if he's just a player, this will last a while.
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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By mw1623 on October 30, 2008
So, I was a little skeptical about buying this, since my dog is a massive german shepherd that tends to make it her mission to remove all the inside stuffing of toys (and geniunely enjoys it.), but I bought it anyway just to see. Since I have given it to her, she has barely put it down. She LOVES this toy, and somehow, most of its stuffing has stayed inside! I think the part that she likes most about the toy is the removable squeakers that come inside. She can sit there squeaking for-e-ver, until she gets them out. I'm so glad I bought this for her, and will probably buy more of the egg-baby types.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By JackieVT on March 5, 2012
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My 25 week old, 25 lb puppy likes every new toy, but this one has been her favorite for two weeks. It took her about a week to discover the egg babies in the pouch, but once found, she is a focused demon when working to get them out. Though it takes her way less than a minute to pull them out now, she then continues to play with the soft eggs, batting them around, making them squeak, etc. I think the fact that there are 3 increases the fun - she can't figure out which to grab and run with next.

I'm impressed that the platypus pouch in its stomach, into which the eggs are stuffed, has stayed so tight. I sometimes thinks it takes me longer to stuff them back in than it takes her to yank them out. She and her neighbor puppy have also played "catch me if you can" with the empty platypus quite a few times and so far (knock on wood) no real damage. The toy came with 2 extra eggs and so far, I haven't needed to use them because two of the three original eggs still squeak!

The size of the soft balls (a.k.a. eggs) are about tennis ball size, so fine for her at this age & size, but I would not recommend this toy for a larger dog.

*** UPDATE ***

I still love this toy & it continues to be my (now 16 month old) dog's favorite. I have bought a couple of replacements & several packs of replacement "eggs". But perhaps the toy should also come with a warning? It appears that this toy has taught my dog to search for/extract the squeakers out of EVERY squeaking toy! No matter the toy, she now locates the squeaking units & tears/digs until she can pull 'em out. Basically, this falls into the "be careful what you ask your dod to learn" ... because she will!!!! (LOL)
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By damon79 on May 26, 2012
My dog swallowed the eggs and they got stuck in his stomach. He had to have surgery as a result. I am thankful he's alive and want to share this info with others.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Orit on November 25, 2012
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Unfortunately, while this is a cute and durable dog toy, the "game" just doesn't work. My dog has the hide-a-squirrel game sold here (similar concept) and loves it, but the platypus doesn't really seem constructed well for that purpose and I'm having a hard time understanding why it's got these great reviews.

First of all, you have to set aside the fact that the eggs come in and out of the platypus's, um, lady parts. The way the gap is shaped and its placement make the whole egg thing seem like it's some kind of misguided attempt to teach dogs about biology. But while that's funny and awkward, the real problem is that the opening really isn't wide enough to accommodate the egg, nor does the fabric stretch, so that's it's really hard for me to get e eggs in and out, let alone my dog. The egg closest to the opening does not protrude at all even when the platypus is stuffed full of eggs, so my dog can't reach the eggs to get them out, although she loves the eggs and is fully aware that they can be removed. She loves to remove the eggs but I have to start them myself and leave about 30% sticking out before she can get them. There's just no way she can reach otherwise. She is 55 lbs and very playful.

I'm giving this toy three stars because it is a good quality toy and my dog loves playing with the platypus and the eggs individually (they make great inside fetch balls), just not as the game it was intended to be. A few of the squeakers in the eggs have broken pretty quickly, but they give you so many that I really can't complain too much.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Serious Reader on September 28, 2010
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My Chihuahua loves the Hide-A-Bee and Hide-A-Squirrel, but she just ignores this toy. I showed her how to get the eggs out several times, but the opening was just too tight for her to get anything out. I tried just putting one egg in at a time, but it was still too difficult. I gave the toy to someone with a large dog, but that dog wasn't interested either. A friend bought the same toy for her Havanese, but that dog couldn't get the eggs out either. Three different dogs and none of them played with the toy.
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