I can suction this thing to the hardwood floor, a wood tabletop, the granite counter, and the side of the fridge pretty easily. We have a 3 mo old husky who chews everything and gets bored easily. Being able to put treats inside the soft rubber ball while he tries to figure out how to get them out through the slits while also attempting to end the ball's life through brute force gives us a half hour of time to eat dinner or watch TV in peace.
My 108lbs puppy English mastiff loves that toy. I know it's a toy for small to medium breed and my guy is more in the giant category but it's hard to find toys for him. So, I bought this toy knowing that it may not last long. Well... it has been 2 weeks and that toy is still in one piece and my puppy is still crazy about it. The suction cup hold for a while, eventhough my guy has a pretty powerfull pulling strength. I usually wet the suction cup before sticking it on the floor. Not a big deal if I have to stick it several times I'm just surprised he can't get it right away.
Dog Chew Double Suction Cup, Tug of War Toy, Multifunction Molar Bite, is a very multidimensional toy.
It gets unspent energy out, it cleans teeth, it exercises muscles and tests flexibility, it even exercises patience ,they get a good workout, and then get a good nights sleep !!
I’ve seen this at work, and if you have this securely suctioned to the floor, it’s not coming up, and they can have a lot of fun !!
It’s made of food grade material , safe for your best friend.
Made to last, durable and bite resistant.
This is fun! They are still trying to figure it out some but having a good time. They make a funny face when they hear the suction cups too. The ball with the bell isn’t meant for super chewers but still good if they aren’t going to sit and gnaw on it. The suction cups are pretty heavy duty. Still working on getting the technique down. If you get them a little wet it helps too. I’d recommend
Dogs love it! We have two dogs . One is a puppy and he really liked the challenge of getting out the kibble we put inside. Eventually we had to move to larger more durable treats since he figured out how to get the smaller pieces out. Our older dog who never chews on anything became obsessed with this toy. We are so grateful since she really needed the teeth and gum exercise.
We did have a problem with the cords coming undone/un-knotted from inside the ball. We removed the bell (not necessary and a choke hazard) which would come loose and re-tied the knots, but they kept coming undone. So we finally knotted them again and melted the knot with a lighter, just enough to make it melt a bit and stick to itself, but not destroy the fabric and it worked!