The Chomp n Chase Sticky Bone is a stationary treat dispensing & chewing Interactive toy for dogs.
It will attach to any flat hard surface like walls, floors, tiles and windows! There are two ways to put your dog’s favourite yummy treats inside, in the hole on the top you can put treats/kibble or insert yummy meat pate or peanut butter etc. in the grooves on the four sides of the bone you can smear yummy meat pate or peanut butter etc.
GOOD POINTS - Although it is advertised as a 'stationary' toy, it can be used loose as a toy for dogs to play with and it also floats so great for a game of fetch in water. I found it easy to use and easy to clean, Bella really enjoyed it especially the peanut butter smeared into the grooves, she took a good 30 minutes licking it all out. As you can stick this at exactly your dog's head height this interactive toy will be great to use as a distraction for dogs that don't like to be groomed and you can even stick to to the side of the bath/shower and use for dogs that hate the bath!
BAD POINTS - The suction cups will only stick onto completely smooth surfaces, it would not suction to my floor as it has a slight wood grain, so that was disappointing! It is only available in one size - length is approx 16cm, and height is approx 8.5cm.
OVERALL - Bella gives the Chase n Chomp Sticky Bone a big thumbs up and will be using it alot.
PLEASE NOTE - INTERACTIVE TOYS
Interactive toys are meant to be a form of enrichment and should be used to improve and/or enhance the quality of your dog's life. The term 'enrichment' does not mean it is something to keep your pet occupied, distract them whilst you do other things, keep them quiet, out of mischief etc. Also remember to introduce new activities slowly, it's important to customise your dog to a new toy and it’s specific characteristics like new sounds etc. It's important to do that so that new toy is enriching and not something they are nervous or wary of. As with all enrichment activities, your dog should be supervised when using forms of 'enrichment' and it's essential to check the toys regularly for any damage.
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