Aussie Dog Home Alone Toy

$56.95 to $156.95

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6 Reviews

Details

For the dog that destroys anything - the washing, the plants, barking, separation anxiety or just wants to have fun! 

The Home Alone consists of a sturdy rubber ball with a rattle and a thong, mounted on a strong rope with a detachable elastic extension and straining rope. The Home Alone toy dispenses a small amount of food every time your dog pulls on the grip hanging below the ball. When they go to eat the food the assembly springs back above their head.

Sizes:
Mini - For toy breeds only, eg Papillon, Bichon Frise etc
Junior - Primarly for light framed medium dogs, Fox Terriers and Jack Russells
Medium - Most medium dogs including Border Collies, Cattle Dogs, Kelpies and Schnauzers
Large - For dogs 30 to 45 Kg with "large bite" Including Boxers, Spaniels, Setters, Pointers, Doberm anns and Airedales.
Extra Large - For the really aggressive player, and for dogs 45 Kg or more, Bull Mastiff, German Shepherd, Rottweiler and Great Danes or heavy framed medium dogs including Bull Terriers, American Pit Bull Terriers, large Labradors, Golden Retrievers and Ridgebacks.

Ratings & Reviews

6 reviews

1.8

Way too expensive for the qualitiy

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When you're paying this kind of money for a dog toy you expect quality. It broke the first time my dog used it and when we contacted the company they said that to fix it we would have to pay for new parts. Don't waste your money

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Not impressed. I bought junior size for my miniature poodle. she cannot get a good hold on the end because it is too big for her mouth and lost interest in one day.

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Very disappointed. Our dog was very exited with the toy however she managed to pull it apart in less than half an hour of me putting it up. For an expensive toy it is not terribly sturdy.

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Our dog had a chew of it a little, but has given up interested. The instructions say to make sure you make a fuss when you put the food in. This makes sense, since the food doesn't dispense readily. Our dog is a bit of a chewer, so we don't want to give him too much of a hand, or else he WILL destroy it. Once our dog gets the hang of it, I am sure he will love it, as he has shown a little interest already.

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Mine broke soon after the dog got the hang of it

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This took our dogs awhile to figure out and treats don't drop out readily (peanut butter on the tug rope helped). One dog thinks its a great tug-of-war game; the other isn't remotely interested.