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WEST PAW Dog Chew Toy and Treat Bundle, Zogoflex Toppl Treat Dispensing Dog Toy Puzzle, Granny Smith, Small and Peanut Butter & Banana Creamy Dog Training Treats, Made in USA

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  • Made with USA-sourced fresh-ground peanuts
  • Packed with vitamin C for immunity
  • STIMULATING DOG CHEW TOYS: Prolong play with this mentally stimulating dog chew toy that can be filled with kibble or treats. Once the treats are gone, use this floatable dog chew toy for fetch, toss and catch. Sizes sold separately.
  • Perfect paired with a West Paw Treat Toy

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Dogs love peanut butter, and West Paw loves treating it with a healthy gourmet upgrade. Made from freshly ground peanuts and slight sweetness from real banana. No sugar, no xylitol, no artificial sweeteners (or artificial anything)—just solid, simple nutrition packed into a mess-free tube.


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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars 603 reviews
Precise Disarray
5.0 out of 5 stars My 2 labs LOVE this style of treat holder, fill it up with layers, easy to work, great!!
26 September 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars My 2 labs LOVE this style of treat holder, fill it up with layers, easy to work, great!!
Reviewed in the United States on 26 September 2019
I have two labs who normally aren't into treat toys, or treats of any kind for that matter! But my girl has been extra hungry and unsettled lately due to some medication so I have been filling treat toys(Kongs) for her to help her belly feel better and to help her focus for awhile on something pleasant. My boy however, doesn't care to work that style. I have various sizes and he just doesn't care to go much beyond the opening. Too complicated? I happened to see this Toppl in a dog enrichment group and thought that it would be perfect for him. I was right!

The Toppl has some grooves to stick food and is wide open on top which makes it easy for my boy to work on. There is a small hole on the side for sticking a treat in, or when combined with another Toppl (I have the large half, so I would have to buy separately the smaller half for it to become a puzzle toy) it becomes a hole for treats to fall out from. We aren't interested in that style of puzzle treat toy, so I just purchased two of the large ends- one for each of my labs.

The material is firm yet a little squishy, definitely more pliable than any of the Kongs. I don't have dogs that try to tear apart stuff, so I have no worries on the durability of this item. As always, observe your doggo to see how they interact with a new item- watch them, let them know this isn't to be chewed apart.

For filling, I used a combination of various textured food. I spread, sprinkled, layered, and stuffed. Some food items I like to use include: unsweetened plain apple sauce, 100% pumpkin puree, berries, plain no fat Greek yogurt, some kibble, sometimes treats, sometimes canned dog food, pieces of meat, cottage cheese, assortment of baby food (meats, veg, fruit- whatever is dog friendly- makes for perfectly portioned variety to use for this purpose). Not all at once :) Then I either just give it to them, or put it into fridge to firm up, or into freezer to make it a little more challenging and longer lasting to work on. I have a general idea on calories as I want to maintain my dogs weight.

I must say this has been a game changer in our household. I can finally make a nice treat toy and both of my labs will enjoy it. It was just a matter of finding a style that both both intriguing. I will likely pick up a couple more so I can prepare them all ahead of time. The Kong still has its place- my girl doesn't mind it, but the Toppl is something that they both love and I love that my boy now has something to get excited about too.

I saw some reviews that stated they thought it was two pieces they were getting. Just to clarify- one portion is the order. Two sizes available. Small and Large. If you are looking to make it into a dispensing/locking toy- you must purchase two halves, and they have to be one of each size- the large and the small. Not two larges, not two smalls. But one large and one small.
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73 people found this helpful
SomeRandomGuy
4.0 out of 5 stars This toy is a bit expensive to not come with ...
6 December 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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97 people found this helpful
NikkiPie
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for meals and snacks, bonus chew toy when they finish!
1 September 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for meals and snacks, bonus chew toy when they finish!
Reviewed in the United States on 1 September 2019
I love this product! I moisten my pup's kibble, stuff in her Toppl and Kong toys, and freeze it! I feed her all her meals this way, and it has been a sanity saver! She takes longer to eat which is good for digestion (and I get a much needed break!), while also providing mental stimulation for her! I bought the big one for meals and the small one for snacks. Ditch the bowl and get these, you won't regret it!
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42 people found this helpful
Smithsprincess
5.0 out of 5 stars Just a little more fun than a plain ol' kong
17 February 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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38 people found this helpful
TobysMommy
5.0 out of 5 stars Most Expensive Dog Toy Ever? OK, but...
24 March 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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33 people found this helpful