JW Petmate Good Cuz Medium Rubber Dog Toy, Green
JW Petmate Good Cuz  Medium Rubber Dog Toy, Green
JW Petmate Good Cuz Medium Rubber Dog Toy, Green

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JW Petmate Good Cuz Medium Rubber Dog Toy, Green

NEW with tags, with blemishes due to the product rubbing against each other on the shop display.

This toy will provide your dog with hours of non-stop erratic, bouncy fun! Manufactured using a non-toxic natural rubber that is great for rough play. This rubber ball with feet has a tough squeaker and an erratic bounce to keep your pet entertained. The raised spikes add texture, and can even help clean teeth and massage gums. Pet parents choose from an assortment of sizes. Ships in random fun assorted colors.

  • For medium dogs only
  • Pink or green assorted round ball with two feet and squeaker
  • Allows dogs to exercise their teeth and jaws through chewing as they naturally need to do in order to maintain oral hygiene
  • The owner could join the fun in a game of fetch

  • Dimensions 4.75" L x 4.75" W x 5.75" H
  • Product Weight .39 LB
Generally, there are three basic chewing styles when it comes to dogs and their toys.

Soft Chewers: These dogs are easy on toys and prefer plush to fabric toys. They rarely destroy their toys.

Moderate Chewers: These dogs love to play with all kinds of toys. They can be destructive with plush toys but generally not with rubber toys.

Strong Chewers: These dogs are usually strong, determined chewers who tend to be destructive with their toys. Choose a durable, interactive toy along with hard rubber toys. Regardless of chewing temperament always supervise play until you are sure the dog will not destroy the toy. Always replace any toy with rips, tears or cuts in it.
*PRODUCT NOTE: Supervise your dog during play time, and remove the toy from your dog if it becomes damaged or parts become separated. No dog toy is indestructible, and every dog interacts with their toys differently. Supervised play will go a long way to helping your dogs toys last longer.