- 100% Manufacturer Guaranteed
- Floats in Water - Durable Play Treat Dispensing Toy
- Interlocking ring design links small Toppl + large Toppl for a treat puzzle challenge (sold separately)
- Slide it in the dishwasher! Easy to clean for a quick treat change up.
- Made in USA - BPA and Phthalate Free - Recyclable
- Granny Smith
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Small Color: Aqua Blue Length:
This is a review of the West Paw Design Zogoflex Toppl dog toy. I was provided a free sample for evaluation.My 10 month old Standard Poodle loves her toys. I suppose her favorite chewing toy has been the Kong Classic. But when offered the opportunity to test this Toppl, I was curious to see how "Lucy" would respond. Well, it was an immediate love affair.The Toppl is very durable and has "fingers" inside, in which you can embed dog treats, mini carrots, just about anything that will fit in there. There is also a hole in the side of the Toppl and when the small and large sized Toppl are used together, it becomes an interactive toy. The dog must figure out how to manipulate the thing to get the treats out of the holes.We'll also use this with peanut butter (put the peanut butter in and then put it in the freezer for a while.) When we go out of the house, we toss the "frozen" Toppl with peanut butter inside to our dog and it will occupy her for a long time.My puppy has gnawed on this for hours and it's holding up really well. I haven't noticed any holes or tears. I think this will be a very long-lasting toy for her.What happens when the toy eventually does rip, tear or become unusable? West Paw Designs has a recycle program where you can return the broken toy to them and it gets recycled and made into a new toy. What a great, ecologically sound program. I love it.This is BPA and Phthalate free. It's also dishwasher safe. It bounces and floats. It's an all-around great toy that my dog loves.
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Small Color: Tangerine
I got this toy for my Cairn Terrier. I had originally bought a Kong. With the Kong, my Cairn Terrier chewed it up into a bunch of red little pieces....I thought that it was supposed to be "indestructible" so it was very disappointing! So I bought this West Paw toy because I had heard that they too were supposed to be indestructible toys. And low and behold my dog was not able to chew it apart! YAY! She enjoyed getting her treats out of it, and she really worked at it. Now, I had only bought the small Toppl, and apparently you can buy the large and the small and put them together to make it more like a puzzle from my understanding, so I will definitely be trying that! If you are just going to get one size, I can tell you that the small is definitely a small. I wouldn't get the small for any dog bigger than a terrier.
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Large Color: Granny Smith
My dogs and I love this! They are easy to clean, much easier than a Kong and much more sanitary. I even put them in the dishwasher top shelf every once in a while. They sit upright and wobble a little bit. They are nice and thick and don't smell like plastic. Fortunately my dogs haven't chewed on them. My dogs like to lay and wrap their paws around it and lick the contents out. I smear coconut oil or honey or peanut butter in them and maybe a few pieces of food which keeps my dogs busy for a while.
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Small Color: Tangerine
I love it, but more importantly my dog loves this. For a dog that is highly food motivated, this is a great toy to give him treats, but also mentally stimulate him. Wedging a few pieces of healthy dog treats, carrots, sweet red pepper into the toy and then watching him figure out how to get it out is great. He sees the toy and will drop everything to get a chance to play with it.
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Large Color: Aqua Blue
I have a very energetic lab who loves to chew. he shape allows me to put cooked rice or mashed sweet potatoes in the device and freeze it thus making it more challenging to get the items out. I am very limited on what this dog can eat as he have significant food allergies. I tried a round ball as well as tube liked device made by other vendors and they roll under items and that is risky with an energetic dog. I want something that is a challenge but won't roll away. The item has held up well to lots of chewing.I have used the other shape Westpaw makes as well - the Tux, it works really well too. We have two dogs and we have learned that they do better if we designate a different toy for each of them, they learned it quick. The Tux design is great and we use dog biscuits in it or cream cheese or peanut butter,(that dog can eat anything!) we freeze those as well to lengthen the chewing time.