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Outward Hound Hide-A-Squirrel Holiday Squeaking Dog Toys, Brown
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- 3 squeaky squirrels and durable plush tree trunk
- Hide and seek play pattern dogs love
- Made with durable plush material
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Bound to become your best friend’s favorites, our lovable toys are durably designed with an engaging array of shapes, sounds and textures so you can have huge fun with your furry friend.
Size: Large | Style: Non-Holiday
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Hide A Squirrel and Puzzle Plush
Squeak. Play. Love.
Treat your pup to hide-and-seek fun with the Outward Hound Hide A Squirrel. Just stuff the squeaky squirrels in the plush tree trunk, and watch as your dog sniffs them out. To keep the game going, just stuff them in again and again!
Available in Multiple Sizes!
Each Hide-A-Squirrel comes with squeaky squirrels and durable plush tree trunk for a fun game of fun hide-and-seek. The Junior, Large and Jumbo sizes include three (3) squirrels and the Ginormous size includes six (6) squirrels.
Available in Two Other Characters!
Keep the game going with the Hide A Bee or Hide A Bird plush puzzles. Replacement squirrels, bees and birds are also available to amp up the fun!
Dog products should be durable, engaging and fun.
Outward Hound was founded to improve the lives of pet parents with meaningful innovations that Raise The Woof! A lofty goal? Sure. But that’s why we’ve built a team of dog-loving designers and product experts.
We believe that good products should do more than satisfy a need: they should make life with your dog healthier, happier and more fun. They should inspire you to try new things and empower you to discover new possibilities with your furry friend.
Top Customer Reviews
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My dog has a great time with this toy. The little squirrels inside the trunk are squeaky toys, which she LOVES. The box came with instructions on how to modivate and teach your pet to use it. We put a small treat in the bottom and she had a great time digging it out. The whole process for removing the squirrels takes her less than a minute now, so if there is not a human near by to restock the trunk, she moves on to something else. This is not something I would leave her with and expect it to keep her occupied for the day.
I would say that if your pet enjoys this general type of play (stuffed things, digging, hide and seek) this is an EXCELLENT toy and alot of fun.
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I did need to do one intervention, though. The dog's grandparents and his father were encouraging him to "get the squirrels! get the squirrels!" They're definitely chipmunks. I've never seen a striped squirrel. So if you want your dog to learn appropriate species identification (and who doesn't?), you might want to switch to "get the chipmunks!"
Tips I follow:
- Keep a soft pad nearby for him to lay on (I attach the pad to the toy when I am gone) so he can loll around on something clean and warm and take breaks while working on the extraction.
- Put a toy that rattles inside so it makes noise every time he moves and rolls it
- Reach in and squeak the squirrels to get him interested
-Thank him/her and take the removed squirrel away; squeak those remaining in the tree trunk; repeat.
-Pet and love the squirrels so he knows not to destroy them.
- Keep a teething toy attached to the outside so he can chew on that instead of ruining the toy itself
-Use a light spraying of Bitter Apple if he/she starts to chew up the tree trunk
- Put a food treat inside if you want to
- Stuff it full of toys if you will be gone all day and need to keep him busy; you'll find them all over the place when you get home!
- My dog wears the tree trunk on his head sometimes and parades around; peering out the knot holes.
- My dog, Elliot, loves the squirrels so much! He brings one to "dinner" to his dog bowl. First he comes in to see that I am feeding him (them?), then he goes and gets one and brings it to dinner with him. I often come home to find a squirrel at the empty bowl.
- Elliot (Morkie= Maltese + Yorkie) also brings one to his dog bed
- If I want him to settle down and get in bed with me for the night, then I just toss a squirrel on the bed and say "bedtime" and up he jumps. He appreciates that I know to grab a squirrel for him (his little buddies!). I always choose the squirrel when I stick him in his travel crate.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 4 month old lab was interested for a day or two but then just wanted to chew on it and tear out the stuffing.Published 2 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Not even 15 minutes and he tore into it. He got into the cardboard/paper and started eating it. He is a 7 month old boston terrier and loves to destroys whatever he can chew on... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by DSW
I have a labradoodle who is by no means destructive but in the process of incessantly pulling the squirrels out of the holes, tore some stitching in the "log". Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Jennifer M
My 4 month old puppy loves this. Plays with it every day and it's his favorite toy.Published 11 hours ago by Diane Hinkle
Our dog LOVES this toy! He loves the squirrels and will even stuff then inside the log himself.Published 11 hours ago by Kathryn M. Jensen
I bought this for my miniature dachshund and it is by far his favorite toy.Published 17 hours ago by Rena
Our dog loves the toy but she destroyed two of the squeakers in the squirrels within the first few hours of having it. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Dan Hamilton
I have a 30 lb border collie mix and I use the trunk to store all of her stuffed animals. She prefers to toss the trunk around after she's pulled out the squirrels while her boxer... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by KWill