Otis and Claude CritterZ Stuffing Free Rabbit will really get your dog's tail wagging.
Otis and Claude's flat, unstuffed toys are way nicer than the flat toys you see elsewhere. We use one of the softest, most plush grade of faux fur, that will feel excellent to your hand and to your doggie's paw. No stuffing means these CritterZ are extra safe and there's no mess to be cleaned up if your dog punctures them. Your dog will flip these toys back and forth, mimicking natural behavior for major pet enjoyment. The toys come with squeekers in the tail and head that will entice your dog as he plays.
The high quality of the fabric and its clever design ensure that CritterZ will be a long-lasting favorite for your dog. CritterZ come with a loop on the head so you can hang them up or easily attach a leash or string and give your dog a moving target. You can play fetch with the toy or just let your dog play with it on his own. Critterz satisfy your dog's natural hunting instinct and will help him get the daily exercise he needs to stay healthy. This Critterz is an 14-inch long rabbit but it is also available in a larger size of 23 inches. For more CritterZ, check out the fox model and the raccon model that come in 18-inch and 23-inch sizes.
Satisfies natural hunting instinct
Comes in 18" or 23" and in fox, raccoon, or rabbit
Both squeakers, each end, were removed inside of thirty minutes. It did hold up as a tug toy.
I love these dog toys! by Deanna from Moriarty, NM11/22/2013
My dogs love these stuffing free toys! They play and tug at the toy over and over! Both love to find the squeakers! Best dog toys ever! Thanks Entirely Pets for carrying a great selection of these fine dog toys!
Not good for chewers by bridgie from Menifee, CA01/16/2015
We got our 1.5 yr old doxi the stuffing free dog toys and within 20 minutes she had them tore up. Holes everywhere on them. So in the garbage they went. Sorry I spent the money on them. I guess if you have a dog that doesn't chew they are good.
In two minutes my lab ripped out the squeaker and that was it.
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My Dog Loved This by Dan from Wyalusing, Penna.01/01/2014
My cocker spaniel, Tucker, loves his new raccoon. He barks and growls at it when I hold it and squeak it, and enjoys playing fetch with it in the house. No matter how much Tucker chews on it, the raccoon is staying together, a testament to its quality construction.