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How To Measure Your Dog's Paws!
Proper footwear fit is essential to a fun day out (or in). Here's how to measure your pet's paws...
With your pet's paw on the ground, measure from the tip of the claws (those have to fit inside the shoe too) to the back of where the paw touches the ground, which is just behind the pad.
While your pet's paw is still on the ground, measure from side to side at the widest point of your pet's paw, which is usually near the base of the toes.
Handy Tip: Try having your pet step on a piece of paper, then trace around the paw. Then, while your pet is off eating your houseplants or terrorizing the neighborhood, you can measure the traced outline in peace.
How To Measure Your Dog!
I have worked with the finest furry tailors in the world, and am here to share my bounty of knowledge. Here's how to measure your pet...
Measure from the base of the tail (where it connects to the hindquarters) up to where the collar typically sits at the base of the neck, then follow up with a generous back scratch.
This is measured by giving your pet a
hug, during which you measure the entire circumference (all the way around) at the widest point of your pet's chest. This is typically right behind the front legs.
First, plenty of kisses. Then, measure the neck's circumference
(the distance around it) at the point where the collar sits.
Important Sizing Note: The given measurements are the dimensions of the actual product, not of the pet they fit. After measuring your pet, make sure all measurements fit within the following dimensions (with a little room to spare in the chest and neck).
Give your clever pup a brain and body workout with the Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug Dog Toy by PetSafe.
Patented toy design randomly dispenses treats
Holds an entire meal
Durable plastic jug holds up to strong chewing
Braided rope for tugging
Puzzle toy prevents boredom
Hand wash only
Why We Love It:
The Busy Buddy Tug-a-Jug provides a multi-sensory appeal to keep your dog engaged and motivated to play and rewards and challenges your dog at the same time. The unique design of this patented toy allows dogs to see, smell, and hear the treats or kibble as they roll around in the jug. The Tug-a-Jug not only dispenses treats, it can also be used for obedience training and as a slow feeder for mealtime.
To use, twist off the bottom lid of the Tug-A-Jug. Load with treats or kibble, and then replace the lid. As dogs play with the Tug-A-Jug, treats will randomly come out through the opening at the top of the jug. The rope acts as a barrier to meter the amount of food that is dispensed.
X-Small - for dogs under 10 pounds
Small - for dogs 10-40 pounds
Medium/Large - for dogs over 40 pounds
Important Sizing Note: The following measurements are the dimensions of the actual product, not of the pet they fit. After measuring your pet, make sure all measurements fit within the following dimensions (with a little room to spare in the chest and neck).
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Great for dogs who've figured out all the other treat puzzles!
Posted On 10/01/14 by Rebecca S from ,
Yes, Rebecca S recommends this product!
This is a very different treat puzzle, and it took my dog a good 15 minutes to figure out how to get the kibble out, which is a long time, considering he usually figures out any treat puzzle within seconds. It may be too challenging for dogs who are not overly food motivated, but for my treat seeking hound, it worked out great! My only complaint is that it's a little difficult to clean, with the rubber bit at the top and the rope.
Posted On 11/08/13 by Krista A from Ypsilanti, MI
Yes, Krista A recommends this product!
Fill this with small treats, and watch your dog play with it for hours on it. It's a true brain game: They have to sort of push the rope in before tossing the jug around to get the treats out. It takes a good while for them to get them all! My food-motivated girl loves this one. One thing to watch out for: if you have a chewer, make sure they don't chew the rope in half! Mine did this with her first one when I wasn't watching, so I had to buy a new one since the challenge was no longer there.
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My doggie is still getting used to the Doggles, he pulls them off once in a while! I know he has to get adjusted to them!