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Can Toy For Dogs #GiftIdea

Hi Neighbors!

Here is another nice one for your dog, or cat!   Can Toy is one of those dog toys that allows you to put treats inside.  This means as your dog plays with it, treats will slowly be dispensed.  These type of toys are handy to have because your pet has to work a little to get a treat and it keeps them occupied for short periods of time.

I like to use toys like this when we have company and need the dogs distracted for awhile.  Sometimes our Shelties will bark at the neighbors and this makes a good tool to keep them busy.

The Can Toy is made of high strength natural rubber.  it is also non toxic and safe for your dog.  The bottom of the Can Toy has a hole large enough to stuff treats in.  The can comes in medium, large and x-large.  This means any size dog can play with a Can Toy Treat Dispenser.

You can see Glory above trying to get a treat.  She did succeed in removing one.  Look below to see who else liked the Can Toy!  Yes, that is Trixie trying for a treat.  She even managed to get one.  I think she had a slight advantage with her paws.

So as you can see, the Can Toy not only works for dogs, but it works for cats too!  You can place a few treats in and leave it with your cat for the day.

Can Toy has other products available.  Their motto is "created with Pets, People and our Planet in mind."  All of their products are created with all three of these as their goal.  Be sure to visit their website to find out more about them.

One neighbor will receive a green Can Toy!  Enter now!

Thanks for stopping in!  See you soon!

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Nancy said…
Yes, we give gifts to our pet!
Beth said…
My pet always gets gifts and then wants to play with the box.
Linda Szymoniak said…
We have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds and three cats (all rescues). I love to get them gifts for Christmas, birthdays, etc.

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