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RubberTuff TREAT Ball

A fun chewing challenge for your dog--the RubberTuff Treat Ball holds two Lock & Block Treats and can be filled with small treats or kibble.

RubberTuff TREAT Ball

Holds a Variety of Treats and Kibble

Use our Lock & Block Treats in each end.  Increase the challenge by adding smaller treats inside.  Lock & Block Treats made in USA.

Made with Virtually Indestructible Material

Great for powerful chewers.  Free of latex, vinyl, and phthalates.

Provides Hours of Challenging Play

Treat Ball system encourages play which helps reduce anxiety and boredom behaviors.

Additional Features

Nubby surface helps clean teeth and gums.  Dishwasher safe.

Sizes:

Large
Dogs over 40 pounds
Medium
Dogs under 40 pounds
Small
Dogs under 15 pounds

Lock & Block Treat Ingredients:

Rice Flour, Vegetable Glycerin, Corn Starch, Water, Natural Chicken Flavor, Calcium Carbonate, Powdered Cellulose, Citric Acid (a preservative).

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein
Min. 5.0%
Crude Fat
Min. 1.5%/Max 3.0%
Crude Fiber
Max. 2.0%
Moisture
Max. 15.0%

Calories Per Treat

Large:
210.9
Medium:
101.5
Small:
38.4

Nutritional Adequacy

Feed as a treat.  This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Caution

With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible.  Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard.  When wet, treats may stain fabric and upholstery.

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What People Are Saying

“The Pro-Training Collar has allowed my pet and I to enjoy an entirely new level of companionship. I implemented your training collar during our walks. We now look forward to long walks that serve to strengthen our relationship and understanding of one another. Great product- I will recommend it to all my friends.”

– Russ

Featured Training Tip

Training Tip #5

Jumping up can be annoying and even dangerous behavior. What may be a momentary irritation and an extra trip to the dry cleaner for your adult guests may turn into an injury for elderly guests and could cause a lifelong fear of dogs in children. The key to stopping your dog from jumping up is to be consistent and calm when teaching him a more polite and appropriate way to greet people.

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