Reddit Reddit reviews Hide-A-Squirrel Squeaky Puzzle Plush Dog Toy - Hide and Seek Activity for Dogs

We found 8 Reddit comments about Hide-A-Squirrel Squeaky Puzzle Plush Dog Toy - Hide and Seek Activity for Dogs. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hide-A-Squirrel Squeaky Puzzle Plush Dog Toy - Hide and Seek Activity for Dogs
HIDE & SQUEAK FUN: Fill the Hide A Squirrel dog activity puzzle tree trunk with Squirrel stuffed dog toys and let your dog sniff, hunt and fetch them.CUTE ANIMAL PLUSH: This dog puzzle game comes with squirrels with hidden squeakers your dog won’t be able to resist!CHALLENGING PUZZLE: An attached trunk top makes it trickier for your dog to remove the plush stuffed toys from their home. Watch as your dog learns to nuzzle its way in to reach the prize!BOREDOM BUSTER: Bored dogs can become chewers – however indestructible your home. This hide and seek game challenges your dog’s brain, keeping bored dogs occupied for hours!INTERACTIVE PLAY: This plush squeaky dog toy puzzle is also ideal for interactive dog games with you – get your pet to retrieve the stuffed Squirrels, and start again!
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8 Reddit comments about Hide-A-Squirrel Squeaky Puzzle Plush Dog Toy - Hide and Seek Activity for Dogs:

u/jivoochi · 6 pointsr/ferrets

I adopted two older, female ferrets a long time ago. Luckily, neither of them were bad at chewing/ biting, nor were they climbers, but they still managed to teach me a few things;

Buy dirt-cheap (ie Walmart) bathmats, preferably ones with rubbery undersides, to line wire cage floors. You can cut them to the right size pretty easily, toss them in the wash when they get peed & pooped on - it *will happen - and you can replace them when they get shredded - this will also happen.

Ferrotone is your best friend when it's nail-clipping time. A few drops on their belly will distract them and leave their feet available. Lay them in your lap, their back resting against your stomach.

Don't buy clay-based litter, the dust will give your ferret a respiratory infection. Yesterday's News is your best bet and buy in bulk!

Buy a dish that attaches to the side of the cage for water - bottles are meant for small rodents, not longbois. Also, no matter how large, hamsterballs are not appropriate for ferrets. It hurts their spines.

I've posted about this before, this dog toy is amazing. My girls would hide all the squirrel-babies then sleep inside the log. I pulled the whiskers out of the toys just because they were kinda pokey:

u/somethingsophie · 3 pointsr/dogs

ACDs are quite the toy destroyers aren't they? Although my guy isn't quite as esteemed in the destruction field as an ACD, he is pretty bad. Here's what has survived him:

u/radler470 · 2 pointsr/dogs

In addition to the hol-ee ball idea these things are pretty cool and come in various sizes!

u/AzureCale · 2 pointsr/ferrets
u/bluequail · 1 pointr/needadvice

May I ask what part of the world you are in? Just out of curiosity of where you have adder snakes. :)

You might ask the vet for a tranquilizer for her. Or even morphine to keep her doped up, even if it means boarding her with the vet for the period of time she needs to stay quiet.

Prednisone (corticosteriods) will give them a euphoric feeling, make her drink and piss several gallons a day, but make her slightly drowsier than normal, too. You may want to ask your vet about this.

Something that you can do right now that will make her happy is to brush her and brush her. She would soak that up like a sponge. And maybe the additional love will help to offset her energy.

You may want to put her into a giant crate to keep her confined, but them give her stuff animals to nurture as "babies. I got my oldest son's little pit one of these hide-a-squirrel toys, because she is bad about kidnapping babies. Stuffie babies, neighbor's dog's puppy babies... I thought she would extract all 6 babies, and be happy for a week or two. Come to find out, her greatest joy in life is to go through the same actions as a dog that is digging a flea on the log part of it. My son said she is spending about 4-5 hours a day, digging fleas on that log. It is too hilarious to us. But what I find works best for me is to find toys on Chewy, and when my order is going to be less than the free shipping amount? I get them off of amazon. But keeping her mind occupied while she is crated, so she can't elevate pulse and breathing rate, might be of some help.

The reason for my first question. I live in an area where we actively have rattlesnakes, copperheads, and cottonmouths. They don't call them adders, so to speak. My middle son's ex-girlfriend was watching the farm for me while I was gone out of state for a year. She had a little doxy-cocker cross that kept getting bitten by copperheads over and over. And over. The first few times, we were in an absolute panic, and didn't understand why the vet just laughed (as we called her... first time at 1 am, the second time at 3 am), when we told her the dog had been bitten. She just told us to give benedryl, and bring him in, in the morning. But after the second bite, she explained that in our area, that the snakes would do dry bites. That only a few drops of the venom would get into anything bitten. But out in west Tx for instance, the Mojave rattlers out there would inject so much venom into anything it bit, that all of the antivenin in the world would not help. So just the benedryl, and about a week's worth of antibiotics were all we ever needed to do.

u/dagger_guacamole · 1 pointr/puppy101

DIY - freeze some kibble/treats in a Popsicle, put some kibble/treats in an empty water bottle (our dog really likes the really cheap/thin ones that crinkle when squeezed), take a muffin tin and put kibble/treats in the holes and put tennis balls on top of them (we started with a mini muffin tin so the tennis balls just sat on top of the holes so they were easy to remove, then when he was good at that, we moved to a regular muffin tin)

Commercial - Kong, Kong Wobbler, Trixie Toys (lots of options), Omega Ball, Hide-a-Squirrel, Tornado

If you haven't already, read these books; I can't stress enough how much they saved our lives. Perfect Puppy in 7 Days and Before and After Getting your Puppy. They're highly recommended here and for good reason.

u/softcatsocks · 1 pointr/dogs

Since your dog doesn't eat the stuff he rips up, maybe this can also work with him. I collect junk mail papers you typically get in your mailbox. I wrap some treat multiple times with those paper. Then I stuff those paper balls into a large toy with pockets such as this and this (or even a small bag would work) to make it more difficult.

Then the dog 1) tries to get the paper balls out of the pocket/bag and 2) uses his nose to locate the treats and shreds the paper to get to them. He will probably eat only the treats and leave the shredded paper alone.

You have to clean up all the mess afterwards, but I think the dog has fun doing it.