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Kyjen Plush Puppies 70th Anniversary Hide-a-Squirrel, Limited Edition

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List Price: CDN$ 111.99
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  • No assembly required, durable enough to withstand tough play
  • Anniversary

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Kyjen Plush Puppies 70th Anniversary Hide-a-Squirrel, Limited Edition + Kyjen Squeaking Animals Replacement Squirrels for Hide-a-Squirrel Toy, 3-Pack, Large + Kyjen Plush Puppies Ginormous Hide-a-Squirrel
Price For All Three: CDN$ 128.07


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.3 x 34.3 x 38.7 cm ; 998 g
  • Shipping Weight: 1 Kg
  • Item model number: 2657
  • ASIN: B008HOGBA4
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Nov. 2 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,722 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

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Did you know that 2012 is the 70th Anniversary of our famous Hide-A-Squirrel Well, that's 10 in human years, 70 in dog years. To commemorate the anniversary, we commissioned a crazy, HUGE, mind-blowing limited edition Hide-A-Squirrel that will only be made in 2012. Join the massive number of pet lovers that have been buying our Puzzle Toys for the last 10 years. They work in reverse of regular puzzles, dogs take toys out, you put them back in. Our original puzzle toy line was created to challenge and develop your dogs intelligence and problem solving skills. The puzzles exercise a dogs natural instinct to search, stalk and capture its prey, as well as strengthening eye-paw coordination.






Provide your dog with a new, challenging activity.

  • Dogs take squirrels out, you stuff them back in
  • Keeps dogs occupied to reduce boredom and misbehavior
  • Challenges and develops problem solving skills
  • Durable, resuable toy for long-lasting fun
  • Interactive dog toy - play together for bonding time
  • Strenghthen eye-paw coordination skills
  • Use for reward based training and polite behavior



Helpful Tips:

  1. Introduce your dog to the squeaking squirrels by playing with them together for a few minutes.
  2. When your dog becomes interested, place the squirrels in the Hide A Squirrel tree trunk. Squeak them again several times from inside.
  3. Encourage your dog to retrieve the squirrels and praise your dog for successfully removing each squirrel.
  4. After all of the squirrels have been removed, hide them again for continued fun, entertainment, and skill development.
  5. Dogs may also enjoy retrieving treats or other dog toys from inside the Hide A Squirrel toy.


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Provide your dog with a new, challenging activity.

  • Dogs take squirrels out, you stuff them back in
  • Keeps dogs occupied to reduce boredom and misbehavior
  • Challenges and develops problem solving skills
  • Durable, resuable toy for long-lasting fun
  • Interactive dog toy - play together for bonding time
  • Strenghthen eye-paw coordination skills
  • Use for reward based training and polite behavior



Helpful Tips:

  1. Introduce your dog to the squeaking squirrels by playing with them together for a few minutes.
  2. When your dog becomes interested, place the squirrels in the Hide A Squirrel tree trunk. Squeak them again several times from inside.
  3. Encourage your dog to retrieve the squirrels and praise your dog for successfully removing each squirrel.
  4. After all of the squirrels have been removed, hide them again for continued fun, entertainment, and skill development.
  5. Dogs may also enjoy retrieving treats or other dog toys from inside the Hide A Squirrel toy.



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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bking on July 4 2014
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My husky loves this toy. At first he didn't know what to do, but after a day I came home to find all the tiny squirrels all over the floor. He loves chewing on the squirrels.
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By jester on June 13 2014
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My great dane love it
She had the small one see 10 weeks old got one when she was 4 month old funny times lol
This one was for a friend boxer it's a hit
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My dog loves this, all tr
He chipmunks so far have stood up to his chewing and he carries them around all the time
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Amazon.com: 2,779 reviews
1,013 of 1,045 people found the following review helpful
NF Terrier playing with this toy Sept. 27 2009
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
Hope this video can give you some idea. She's been playing with this one for about a month, but she does not seem to have lost her interest. Recommended.
235 of 241 people found the following review helpful
Great Toy! Feb. 20 2006
By A. Thompson - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Large
I was nervous when buying this because I wasnt sure if this was the whole set or just replacements- I was pleased when it arrived and was the whole set.

My dog has a great time with this toy. The little squirrels inside the trunk are squeaky toys, which she LOVES. The box came with instructions on how to modivate and teach your pet to use it. We put a small treat in the bottom and she had a great time digging it out. The whole process for removing the squirrels takes her less than a minute now, so if there is not a human near by to restock the trunk, she moves on to something else. This is not something I would leave her with and expect it to keep her occupied for the day.

I would say that if your pet enjoys this general type of play (stuffed things, digging, hide and seek) this is an EXCELLENT toy and alot of fun.
156 of 164 people found the following review helpful
And that's not all Jan. 22 2009
By Lydia Leibs - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Jumbo
My grandpuppy loves this toy and has even discoverd new ways to play with it. Perhaps not what the manufacturer intended, but we have renamed it "Hump-A-Stump".
187 of 201 people found the following review helpful
not even remotely for aggressive chewers Sept. 26 2010
By Jerry Lowe - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
This is a cute, soft, cuddy toy which will, no doubt, entertain dogs without much interest in chewing (or lack the teeth to do so). However, our sweet little miniature dachshund (A) removed all three "squirrels" (they're really chipmunks and very cute) within less than 5 seconds the first time out of the box. Game over. Tree stump irrelevant. Within 15 minutes the three luckless chipmunks were in need of major surgery. Sadly, they are all deceased. The squeakers, like those in almost every dog toy of this type, are cheap, poorly inserted, and inadequately protected from anything but a toothless animal. The seams holding these cuties together are easily ripped open, spilling little chipmunk guts all over the carpet and leaving the "squeaker" for your pet to pick up and choke on! If this toy was for children, it would require a danger warning label. All-in-all it looks cute, but unless your dog is toothless and passive, look for another, better made toy. Amazon is doing no one, including the toy maker, any favors by including this poorly made item under the heading "for aggressive chewers." It is most definitely not! There's a reason the price is so low.
313 of 345 people found the following review helpful
species identification Oct. 20 2008
By A. Fetter - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: Large
Our golden retriever loves this and, as others have reported, enjoys carrying the animals around the house after removing them. Fortunately, he doesn't squeak them for more than a couple of minutes at a time, and he hasn't injured any part of it in the three weeks that he's had it (he seems to know the difference between stuffed animals and sticks/bones, fortunately).

I did need to do one intervention, though. The dog's grandparents and his father were encouraging him to "get the squirrels! get the squirrels!" They're definitely chipmunks. I've never seen a striped squirrel. So if you want your dog to learn appropriate species identification (and who doesn't?), you might want to switch to "get the chipmunks!"

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