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KONG Ballistic Hide 'N Treat Dog Toy - From £6.14

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KONG Ballistic Hide 'N Treat Dog Toy

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Manufacturer: The KONG Company

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Description

The KONG Ballistic Hide ‘N Treat is a plush, yet durable toy that doubles as a mentally challenging treat puzzle, and a fetch and retrieve toy.

Designed with heavy duty pockets and non-abrasive Velcro enclosures to hide treats, the toy will effectively occupy dogs through various levels of difficulty, while providing a comfortable chewing experience. Open the pockets for an easy challenge and close them to increase the difficulty.

Close the KONG Ballistic toy up completely to turn it into a ball-shaped fetch toy.

Key Features:

  • Pockets hide treat
  • Hook & Loop to enclose
  • Reinforced; wipeable canvas stands up to tough play

Please Note: This Toy is available in several different colours that unfortunately cannot be guaranteed when ordering.

Reviews (2)

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Gill Rennie
November 2021

Thought this would work well, but the fabric gets soggy along with the treats inside the pockets. Very messy. After 3 uses, one petal was destroyed, leaving a large amount of synthetic stuffing strewn around. A waste of money for me.

Aidan Todd-parrish
February 2021

amazing product. our dog loves it and when he wants a little snack he seeks this toy out and brings it to us. great for a bit of fetch, puzzle feeding and tug all at once. 4 starts because i had to sew up a tiny rip he made in it pretty quickly, but since then it's held up really well, so seems to have just been a one off issue