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The Starmark Everlasting Treat Ball is a hard wearing, near indestructible toy for dogs, available in a range of sizes to suit dogs of all breeds. The Treat Ball can be filled with any treats, snacks, or food your dog enjoys before being capped with a specially designed chicken flavoured Everlasting Treat (one supplied, replacements sold separately), then simply allow your dog to do their best!
Key Features & Benefits
- Holds a Variety of Treats and Kibble - Use our original domed Everlasting Treats or Everlasting Treats with Dental Ridges in each end. Increase the challenge by adding smaller treats inside.
- Made with Virtually Indestructible Material - Stronger than rubber! 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 behaviours.
- Additional Features - Dishwasher safe. Great for dental hygiene. Available with original domed Everlasting Treat or Everlasting Treat with Dental Ridges in chicken flavour.
Ball Size Guide (diameter)
- Large - 5"
- Medium - 3.75"
- Small - 2.5"
Wheat Gluten, Gelatine, Water, Glycerin, Natural Flavouring, Corn Gluten Meal, Garlic Powder, Brewers Yeast, Lecithin, Sodium Diacetate, Vegetable Gum, Titanium Dioxide, Natural Colouring.
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Starmark Everlasting Treat Ball Dog Toy Large
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