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Dogring™ and Dogstik™ Toys by Pet Projekt

As low as $3.99
Safe, nontoxic rubber dog toys ideal for toss/fetch fun Stick and ring shapes are easy for dogs to carry Free of BPA, phthalate, cadmium and lead Tossing and fetching fun is safer than ever with these soft-grip 100% natural rubber toys. Pet Projekt dog toys are made from safe, nontoxic rubber in shapes that are easy for dogs to carry ...
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Dental Kotton Rope Toys

As low as $4.29
A great price on durable cotton rope toys ideal for fetching and tugging. Durable, braided cotton rope toys feature solid knots and soft fringy ends to satisfy your dog's desire to chew while also helping to clean debris and plaque from teeth. Kotton Rope Toys also provide ideal interactive play between you and your pet; smaller sizes are great for ...
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KONG Funzler Dog Toy

As low as $9.99
The first plush dog toy with built-in handles entices tug-and-toss play. Handles let you join in on the fun for interactive play, or let your dog play solo. Six squeakers increase the audio reward of every chomp, and the strong fleece exterior ensures every bite helps clean and polish your pet's teeth. Approximately 7.5" dia. Please specify Blue/Pink or Blue/Green. ...
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Hyper Dog Tennis Ball Launchers

As low as $7.99
These tennis-ball dog toys launch farther and faster than hand throwing!Specially-designed scoops deliver hands-free ball pickup Give your dog exercise and strengthen your bond through interactive play Take fetch to a new level - throw further and faster with a Hyper Dog Tennis Ball Launcher. These launchers are a great way to maintain your dog's fitness and strengthen the bond ...
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Dog Treat Maze

As low as $16.99
Does your pet gulp his pet food? Is he overweight? If so, try serving his kibble in the Dog Treat Maze. This clever maze was designed by Nina Ottosson to provide hours of brain-teasing fun while also substantially extending mealtime. Slower eating may help dogs feel satiated with less food and support healthier digestion. If you have multiple dogs in ...
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