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June 18, 2013

Product Closeup: The Zanies Puzzle Station Jack and Ball Toys

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Why Puzzle Toys?

Veterinarians and other animal caretakers are becoming increasingly aware of the health benefits of puzzle toys to keep pets happy, healthy and well-behaved. Sadly, it is often the most intelligent pets that find themselves in shelters due to the fact that they will find their own creative forms of entertainment, which are often destructive. This is why it is so important to provide your pets with mental challenges as well as physical exercise. BaxterBoo.com offers a wide variety of options for both cats and dogs to challenge and entertain all kinds of pet personalities.

Introducing the Zanies Puzzle Station Jack and Ball Toys

The Zanies Puzzle Station Jack and Ball Toys can provide both mental and physical exercise for all sizes of dog. The Jack and Ball Combo includes a multi chambered Jack with spots for hiding treats in each end and a Ball with a hollow center for hiding treats. Additional Puzzle Station Balls are available and sold separately for the ultimate challenge and fun. This durable toy/treat dispenser is made of hard rubber for bouncing fun. The toy can be tossed and will bounce erratically while dispensing treats. Some dogs will prefer to mouth and paw at the toy to figure out how to get the treats out.

Watch the video below to see how it works!

 

 

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