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Interactive Cat Dog IQ Training Roller Puzzle Toy - Slow Feeding

$50.31 $80.62
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(1) Description:

Type:Interactive Cat Dog Iq Training Toys Educational

Play Material:ABS Size:32*25*18-27cm

Used For:Training,Slow Feeding Perfect for All Breeds: all dogs or any other animals.

Features:

1.Excited dog,eliminate depression,incentive pets out of loneliness and gloomy, slow down the speed of eating

2.It is treat-seeking puzzle for your smart pup, treat-seeking puzzles and exercise toys

3.As with all interactive toys, it is important to supervise play

4.Provides hours of fun for your pet

  •  [Premium Quality and Design ] - This puzzle toy is made using high-quality materials that are both durable and non-toxic to ensure your dogs stays healthy while having fun
  • [ Great IQ Trainer ] - Dog get the food from the leakage holes by turning the slow feeder. Then through the bottom of the plate to control the dog eating speed
  • [ Fun and Attractive ] - This Interactive Dog Toy is made to provide your dog with a challenge that’s both fun and Provides hours of fun for your pet
  • [ Healthy Diet ] - Dogs slowly enjoy the food, while avoiding the dog overeating caused by flatulence,so that dogs get healthy and fun

 

 

(2) Description:


Newly designed pet puzzle slow food bowl.


Rolling spilled bowl is fun and practical.


Eat and play to help digestion.


Cats and dogs are versatile and develop intelligence.


Adjustable pillars can be used by pets of all sizes.

Specifications:

Name: Pet food spill tray

Benefit: Eat and play to help digestion

Color: blue, pink, green

Style: scroll

Weight: 600g

Size: 31*25 (length * width), adjustable height 21.5-27 cm

Material: ABS

Package Included:

Pet food spill tray*1

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