A couple months ago I posted on Facebook that I liked Penny a lot better when she had a rawhide, and everyone told me that rawhide was terrible for dogs. I felt badly. And yet every time I've walked past those Busy Bones in the pet store, I've missed the three hours of peace and harmony they provided.
No more. Behold!
If this is going to make Penny sick, please don't tell me. Ignorance is bliss, and peace and quiet.
This is what the dog has looked like for the past half an hour:
|"Oh, yum yum yum yum yum!"|
So what is it? On one side it's like an everlasting Gobstopper, but instead of candy, it's chicken flavored (there are lots of flavors to choose, I'm afraid Barbecue might stain the carpet, though). On the other side you can tuck treats in so that the dog has to really work at it to get them out. It's the best thing ever! I'm done with this post and she's still trying to get the treat out. One treat has lasted 45 minutes. I love this thing.
Some of the reviews are negative - I think people might have gotten toys that were too small for their dogs. Even though Penny's less than 30 pounds, I got her the large size (she's still growing) and she has not been able to take the everlasting treat out of the center. As with any toy, you have to supervise your dog with this until you know she's safe.
Your dog wants one. I got mine at Pet Supplies Plus, but like everything they're cheaper at Amazon.
From time to time I like to share a product that I've found that has made my life easier or better in some way. I'm not getting paid for my opinion, but the link is (obviously) an Amazon Associate's link, so I might make a few cents if you click through and buy something.