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Amazon has Outward Hound Interactive Puzzle Plush Toy for Dogs on sale for $5.88. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks Rokket

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  • Complete w/ 3 squeaking' bees; keep your dogs occupied through hide and squeak play w/ this plush toy - Discombobulated

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Outward Hound Hide-A-Bee Interactive Puzzle Dog Toy (Large) for $5.88. Shipping is free w/ Prime or while Subscribe & Save is available.> Ships within 1-2 months.
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Man, that stump did not last for my dog (a boxer/beagle mix). The squirrels are all still intact, but he managed to rip the stump itself open. Now we just have a bunch of loose squirrels around the house.
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This price is less than last month's FP deal price.
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90 day average $9.61, attached price history for more detail

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so cute... It is also nice as a gift.
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Lol...first it was squirrels in a stump, now bees in a hive! Made me smile 😊
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Will be here by March 5th, or I can get a slow shipping credit for March 10th. LOL what's the difference. Went ahead and bought it for my dog's birthday, should be interesting for this price anyway. Thanks!
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Lol...first it was squirrels in a stump, now bees in a hive! Made me smile 😊
Man, that stump did not last for my dog (a boxer/beagle mix). The squirrels are all still intact, but he managed to rip the stump itself open. Now we just have a bunch of loose squirrels around the house.
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Man, that stump did not last for my dog (a boxer/beagle mix). The squirrels are all still intact, but he managed to rip the stump itself open. Now we just have a bunch of loose squirrels around the house.
Same here my 3 months old golden doodle did it with stump😂
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I bought the beehive last time and all 3 Bees have since been destroyed.
We throw them out once she starts getting the fuzz out.
The hive itself is a little beat up, but still somewhat viable.
But shes a pretty aggressive chewer, and I still feel at this price its worth it.
It was her absolute favorite though, by far!
Id get another.
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My dog destroyed the bee holder in 5 sec. The bees lasted a little longer.
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Same here. this may be for those small rat size bio engineered dogs. We need to have hard toys.
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The squirrels in a stump have lasted my aussies for years. For some reason it's the one toy they don't destroy, just carry around. They love it.
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We have the squirrel and honey bee toys. Our dogs love them and bring them to us to stuff back into the toys.
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