Is your dog chewing on your shoes again, or maybe your pillows, or perhaps your bedding?
Than treat your pal to the long-lasting chewing pleasure of the Fido Nylon Tuff-Plus Chew Grenade Beef Flavored Dog Chew Toys.
This grenade shaped chew toy is durable, built for fun, and even has ridges to massage gums.
This food dispensing toy can help you with a long list of dog-training and management challenges, including boredom, excessively fast eating, high-energy consumption, building mental skills, counter-conditioning, redirecting inappropriate behavior, and much more.
Dogs love them because they’re fun and full of food, and humans love them because they keep dogs busy and entertained.
Designed for aggressive chewers and made of non-toxic and ultra-tough nylon, it’s vet tested and approved to satisfy chewing needs.
Plus, it features a small opening that’s perfect for stuffing peanut butter or your pal’s favorite treats in the toy, to make for a chewtastic challenge he’ll always be up for!
SUPER FUN & DURABLE – enjoyable activity for dogs as you toss them this chew toy to engage their natural sense of play as it rolls and bounces across the floor. Designed for the toughest of chewers all while giving you a piece of mind
STUFFABLE WITH TREATS – treat dispensing dog toys with a fully interactive and rewarding experience designed to give your furry friend a new way to get their treats. Stuff the center with treats, kibble, or smear it with yummy rewards like peanut butter
TASTE DOGS LOVE – made of 100% non-toxic, ultra-durable nylon in a unique grenade shape with a built-in beef flavor that lasts and can stand up to daily chewing. Made in the USA and is vest tested and approved for extra-tough chewers
SUPPORTS DENTAL HEALTH – relieve teething pain and boredom with this nylon tuff plus chew toy by Fido. Designed with ridges to massage gums which helps reduce plaque build-up, and irritated gums
SATISFY THE URGE TO CHEW – keep your furry friend busy by satisfying their natural chewing needs. Chewing also helps to alleviate stress, anxiety, and a puppy’s natural tendency to chew on furniture and clothing