Hide A Squirrel helps strengthen your dog’s eye-paw coordination skills by challenging your pet to discover how to remove the squeaker squirrels from inside.
It keeps your dog entertained, active, and busy for extended periods of time, eliminating boredom. Helps to satisfy a dog’s natural instinct to search, stalk and capture its prey as your pet repeatedly removes the squeaker squirrels from inside the Hide A Squirrel.
The dog toy that challenges and develops your dog’s intelligence and puzzle solving skills.
Contains 3 squeaker squirrels that can be removed and replaced over and over again.
For additional fun and variety, place favorite pet treats or other toys inside the Hide A Squirrel.
Machine washable fabric is made with safe, non-toxic all new materials.
My Mother bought this for Our Dog and she loves it especially the little squirrels and then my Mom passed away after Cancer she had went into remission and she died in her sleep because her heart gave out needless to say our dog became very possessive of her squirrels and none of our other three dogs can touch those squirrels unless they want to take there life in their paws. She love this game of finding the squirrels and she knows how many she has and if one is missing. Very tough only had to sew one squirrel very small hole as good as new. I will be buying her or one of the other dogs similar games by the same brand of toymaker
Endless entertainment by Denny06/09/2010
Bought this one year ago and my dog still loves to play hide 'n seek with the "babies." as well as play with each separate piece by itself.
Excellent Product!! by Kgirl04 from New Jersey04/26/2012
This toy is the greatest!! I actually bought 2 of these in different sizes (I have a Jack Russell and a Rottweiler) This size (jumbo) was for the Jack, It has held up great! The stitching on one of the squirrels is coming undone a little, but easy to sew .Other than that, toy is still in great condition. They play with them every day. Definitely worth purchasing.
Hide a squirrel by mika mom04/01/2010
It is by far our Lab's number one toy. He takes it to bed with him.