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Ruffwear Gnawt-A-Cone

$9.95

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    Not your everyday pine cone.

    While Central Oregon’s Ponderosa pine trees offer a bounty for pinecone-obsessed canines, they tend not to last very long. Which is why RuffWear created the Gnawt-A-Cone. Made from resilient, natural rubber, this toy resembles the popular Pacific Northwest icon, but is designed to engage and reward your canine companion. Its faceted surface massages gums, creates a fun, erratic bounce, and even has an easy-to-clean internal chamber that holds peanut butter or large treats.

    • Cone-shaped rubber toy that delivers hours of doggy fun
    • Rubber material is faceted and massages gums
    • Irregular shape makes for a fun, erratic bounce
    • Inner chamber dispenses treats for rewarding play
    • Item #RUF002X

    Tech Specs

    Material
    rubber
    Recommended Use
    dog toy
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Not Your Normal Kong

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    This is not your normal kong... close but just a little cooler. All the angles on this guy make for some wicked bounces. You can still fill the inside with treats or peanut butter.

    Unanswered Question

    Will this product last with a power chewer? Our year-old pitbull puppy destroys even the toughest fire hose toys.