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West Paw Zogoflex Toppl Interactive Treat Dispensing Dog Toy, USA Made
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West Paw Zogoflex Toppl Interactive Treat Dispensing Dog Toy, USA Made

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The West Paw Zogoflex Toppl Interactive Treat Dispensing Dog Puzzle Play Toy is not just a toy, it's a game changer. Made in the USA and 100% guaranteed tough, this small Granny Smith colored toy is designed to float, making it perfect for water play. Its interactive treat dispensing feature keeps your dog engaged and entertained, promoting mental stimulation and problem-solving skills. Make your dog's playtime better with this innovative toy. Because making everything better starts with making one thing better.

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Manufacturer: WEST PAW DESIGN

Variants: X-Large Aqua Blue, Large Granny Smith, X-Large Granny Smith, Large Tangerine, Large Aqua Blue, X-Large Ruby Red, Small Tangerine, Small Granny Smith, Small Aqua Blue, X-Large Tangerine

Dimensions: 7.09 x 5.51 x 3.15 inches; 5.29 Ounces

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October 23, 2023
5out of 5
I bought this to try and get my 2 puppies to calm down a bit. I put a big scoop of puréed pumpkin inside each of their toys and then sprinkled a few pieces of their kibble on top. WOW!! They LOVE these things! I did not have time to freeze them and it still took them about 20 minutes to clean them out. Yes these seem a bit pricey, but I am so glad that I went ahead and bought them! Great purchase!!
October 16, 2023
4out of 5
I thought this would be fabulous. I saw tiktok users raving about it. I have to get the toughest products for my intense chewer, and I thought this was. However, within 10 minutes he had suddenly chewed off the rim just when I thought he was just "getting in there" to his frozen treats. Bummed...😞 I still think it's a great product...just not for my dog without constant supervision.
September 20, 2023
5out of 5
Update WestPaws got in touch with me and they are replacing the toppl that my dog chewed on thats great we will just keep an eye on him a little better. Thank you West Paws!!! We bought the Toppl in August and dogs did good with it the first couple of times, but I kept my eye on them. The next time was so good we have 1 1/2-year-old lab. I looked down to see two chunks out of it. The other dog is a Aussiedoodle and she does great with it. So, if you have a power chewer you might think twice on this treat cup. Back to the Kong for the Lab.
October 24, 2023
5out of 5
Our golden retriever puppy loves her Toppl! We soak the kibble in water and then freeze, and it takes her almost an hour to get through it. This is the best way to keep your puppy busy without feeding them a bunch of treats!
October 30, 2023
4out of 5
I like the ease of filling them up and my dogs enjoy eating food, making meal time fun.
October 13, 2023
5out of 5
Editing because the seller was amazing making this right. I supervised my dogs while they had these and one of them still managed to get chunks off during the first use. It wasn't even my strongest chewer, so be careful if you have strong chewers!
September 25, 2023
5out of 5
This is one of the best products I have purchased for my dogs and so far I’ve purchased 3! I freeze these with fruity, peanut butter, treats, yogurt, pumpkin, etc and my dogs LOVE them. My bulldog cannot really use the normal”kong” but this has an open end that he can get into. Plus it takes my bulldog and husky about 20-30 minutes to get all the nooks and crannies. And I just read something about this company replacing toys when they get too used which is also amazing
5out of 5
My dogs get frustrated because they can’t get to the bottom of a stuffed kong, so they love that they can reach into this. My “big” dogs are 45 and 55lbs and the large is a perfect size for them. The large fits about 3/4c of my dogs kibble and works comparable to a slow feeder for her. She can still scarf it down but slower than in a bowl. I wouldn’t recommend it solely for a kibble feeder but it’s a nice side use. The other dog is on a diet and always looking for food so this lets him feel like he’s eating more than he really is since it takes him 40 mins to eat some green beans or kibble mashed and frozen in. When I mix it w peanut butter or let the kibble soak and expand but don’t freeze it, it takes longer but it it’s not extremely difficult. Maybe 10-20 mins? They both still love it though. When I pack it and freeze it (either w peanut butter, a mix of kibble and liquids left to soak first, or like today just kibble and green beans in water) it takes quite a while. My old man hound took 45 minutes to lick through a frozen cup the other day. My GSD pup is quicker but it still takes her a good 30 mins of entertainment. I’m looking forward to giving these frozen cups as a cool off treat after walks in the summer when it’s over 100°. They’re like pupcicles, but cheaper in the long run! I also like that I can use it for mental stimulation while we hunker down over the 110+ days without a lot of outside exercise. Even at night it’s too hot to run more than 10-15 mins so this will be a great help to keeping them engaged. The pup has so much energy. So much. Neither have tried to chew it yet and it’s held up well so far (only a few weeks). I do wish the company made a plug, but I was able to find a cork that fit snuggly so I can freeze it without leaking. I ordered two more. A small for my other dog - a shiba - (It’s a little disappointing small, but a large is too big. I would love a medium size!) and another large so both the big dogs can have one at the same time. The kong is getting mostly retired. Even if you have 1 dog, I think I would recommend getting two of these so you can rotate them in and out of the freezer without having to wait for them to freeze.