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Outward Hound Invincibles Orange & Blue Snake Dog Toy

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SKU
I246979
Toy Type
Interactive
Pet
Dog
Care Instructions
A toy is a great way to enjoy playing with your dog. It helps if you choose a toy that's a good match for your dog's size. Always keep an eye on your dog when they're playing with their toys and always discard any damaged or broken toys. No toy is indestructible.
Life Stage
Adult
Dog Toy Type
Interactive
Description
Tough chewers have met their match with Outward Hound Invincibles! Featuring 2 layers of super-tough fabric, and special squeakers that continue to squeak after being punctured, these lovable, cuddly and durable toys are made to keep your pup playing longer! Bound to become your best friend's favorites, these lovable toys are durably designed with an engaging array of shapes, sounds and textures so you can have huge fun with your furry friend. Invincibles squeakers keep squeakin' if punctured Dura-Tuff inner lining No stuffing means no mess Reinforced double layered seams Product Sizing: 6 Squeak - 102 x 8 x 5cm

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