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Keep Pets Occupied and Eliminate Boredom With Our Irresistible Hide-a-Squirrel


Keep Pets Occupied and Eliminate Boredom With Our Irresistible Hide-a-Squirrel

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This clever dog toy challenges and develops your dog’s intelligence and problem-solving skills while satisfying his natural instinct to search, stalk, and capture prey. Increase eye-paw coordination as your pet discovers how to remove 3 plush, squeaking squirrels from their home. The removable critters can be replaced in their plush tree trunk home over and over again for hours of entertainment—both for you and your dog. The plush material is durable enough to withstand many hours of rough play. Can be used for hiding other toys and treats, too. 6¼"Lx6¼"Wx6¼"H. Spot clean.

  • Three plush, squeaking squirrels and their plush tree trunk home
  • Durable and made to withstand hours of rough play
  • Spot clean
  • For supervised play only

Santa didn’t forget Fido this year! Imagine your dog’s joy when he realizes there’s a present under the tree for him, too.


Safety Warnings

For supervised play only.


Polyester & PET


Spot clean with cloth and water. Discard if torn.

Sizing & Specifications

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

Hide-a-Squirrel 5 5 2 2
Little Squirrels Stars of Christmas Morning This little dog toy was the hit of our Christmas morning! We gave it to our Shih Tzu before opening our gifts, hoping to keep her occupied and away from the wrappings. Instead, we spent at least 15 hilarious minutes watching her play and try to figure out how to get the squirrels out of their plush log. Several days later she is still enchanted with this problem-solving toy. Thanks for a great product! December 27, 2013
BIG HIT WITH GRACIE! I received this today and gave it to my Great Pyrenees Gracie. She LOVES it! She's had it maybe an hour and already she's figured out how to get the squirrels out. Then she takes the empty "nest" and shakes it back and forth, and she's carrying it around the house. November 23, 2013
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