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Jalousie Dog Flirt Pole Set Squeaky Toys Plush Toys Dog Teaser Wand and Refills – Upgraded Rope Dog Flirt Pole w/ Three Toys

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Include one teaser flirt pole, three squeaky toys, and one replacement rope. The rope has been upgraded to thicker natural beige colored rope.
Ideal tool to teach dog drop-it, leave-it, chase, and tug.
Three squeaky toys that can be used as normal squeaky toys.
A durable liner is added to the toy for longer play time and durability. We also reinforce all seams to make the toys tougher. Other Jalousie Brand squeaky toys can be used as replacement toys to this set
We recommend supervised play for your dogs’ safety, and the longer survival of the toys. Replace damaged toys.

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Color: Dog Flirt Pole w/ Three Toys. Brand: Jalousie. Theme: Animals. Target Species: Dog. Pet toy type: Teaser Wand. Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Pet Supplies. ASIN: B07HRZZFC3. Manufacturer: Jalousie. Date First Available: September 28, 2018. Package Dimensions: 14.76 x 4.17 x 2.91 inches; 6.7 Ounces. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No.

7 reviews for Jalousie Dog Flirt Pole Set Squeaky Toys Plush Toys Dog Teaser Wand and Refills – Upgraded Rope Dog Flirt Pole w/ Three Toys

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  1. Dvelata

    I have a 6-month-old puppy. He is, of course, energetic. I, unfortunately, am not. This thing allows me to run some energy out of him while doing other things. I sit on the couch, read, watch tv, even eat dinner in relative peace while Charley runs around like a nut. The pole is way sturdier than I anticipated – it’s basically a short, sturdy fishing pole. It collapses down to about 12″ long. The package came with the pole, 3 crinkly and squeaky toys, and an extra length of rope in case the original one breaks or wears out. The rope is cotton laundry line, so it’s pretty sturdy. Mine shows no signs of fraying. The attachment for the toy is just a slip knot through the loop on the toy’s head, nothing that could potentially hurt your dog. My only complaint is that for a long session, the handle isn’t particularly comfortable. It is covered in dense foam, but for me it’s a little tough on the wrist. This is a totally minor complaint, though, and certainly for $15 I didn’t expect an Oxo good grips handle! It does seem to be breaking in though. If you are not a “take my dog to run” person or you live in a place with crummy weather, you need this thing. Even if you don’t, you need this thing. The dog loves it!Read more

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  2. KR Ward

    I got this for my GSD/Collie mix. He absolutely loves it and asks to play with it now (paws at the closet that it’s hidden in). It’s held up pretty well and we’ve had some intense play sessions. The only advice I have is to make sure you’re not playing tug of war with it. That’s not what the toy is meant for. Teach your dog drop it and leave it so that you can play properly and so that the product doesn’t break immediately. I also like that it came with toy replacements, as after having mine for about a month the first one is getting pretty ratty.Read more

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  3. Seatec

    Overall this is a great product. I was afraid the telescoping pole would not withstand a big dog tugging, but it has held up well. If they tug hard, they can pull so tight that it is hard to fold it back in at first. I don’t typically let them tug that hard, but sometimes it happens. The downside to this product is that the rope is so thin. I have others with shorter ropes, but they are 10 times thicker, a braid of three other ropes. his one is thing and if your dog paws as it jumps or happens to catch the rope between the paws, which is not unusual, it can rope burn or hurt them. If you are using it only to make them change on the ground and they never go airborne, it is not as big of deal, but if your dog jumps and grabs, it is not safe in my opinion for larger dogs. For small pups or small dogs, it is no big deal. But if a 40-100pound dog’s weight is coming down on the rope it can hurt their pads and is not safe. If this had a thicker rope, especially one that was not slick and coated (this one is very thin, strong, but very thin like pencil thickness)it would be the best out there. I might actually take the good rope off my other pole and try to put it on this one.Read more

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  4. Brigid B.

    I got this for my Chinese crested pup a year ago, she battles it daily with everything she’s got. I’ve refilled the creature toys with the three pack twice now and am about to get the third refill and try the news smaller donut and other objects. These dogs have ‘primitive mouth,’ which means teeth shaped like shark’s teeth that can rip things apart like a shredder, and she has yet to destroy one of these. The pole is amazing, sometimes I am putting all my strength into it and she is pulling and jerking on the toy and the pole is intact. I even had to wrap up the handle with some bicycle tape this thing is so heavily used, daily sometimes for hours. Even when I’m busy I can shove the pole into a drawer and close it allowing it to dangle the toy in her face and she’ll stand there batting at it and enjoying the crinkle sound. Other than her leather animal shaped chew toys that she sleeps with, this is really all she needs, all the other things we’ve brought her she turns her snout up in favor of the fishing pole. Oh, and my silly husband calls this toy the ‘Rat-Stick.’ Simple concept, gives a dog exactly what they mentally need for fun and play, is apparently unbreakable, and great value for the money, what dog toy lasts for a year and beyond. The refill toy packs are essential! While you can wash the toys, they do get kind of gross after a while. lolRead more

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  5. Dave from Cary

    We have a 50 lb lab (which is smallish for that breed). She loves this toy but we can no longer use it. We’ve found the stick or pole to be very rugged. The problem is that the toys that get attached to the pole are junk. Our dog has either ripped out the squeaker or the stuffing or broken the loop on the FIRST play session with each toy. So while this appears to be an inexpensive dog toy, if you factor in the need to replace the toy attachments frequently it is not economical. One thing we are trying (and it seems to be effective and sturdy so far): We purchased a package of rope pull toys and have attached one to this flirt stick. So far it has held up pretty well although the rope make this much heavier in the hand when trying to flirt.Read more

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  6. eview99

    Dog loves this toy. He’s a small schnoodle, so we can play in the house on rainy days. I don’t think I’d take this outside as the furry toys would get pretty nasty very fast. Dog has tons of energy and I don’t always feel like walking him as much as I should, especially on extra-hot days and rainy days. So out comes this toy. I treat it like it’s a treat for him and don’t let him play with it by himself — I have to always be holding the pole. He loves to chase, then shake, then chew. I even have been teaching him drop and leave it (which he sort of already knew, but this is helping). One word of warning: grasp that pole firmly. on my first day using it, my dog grabbed the toy then shook it, and the pole came out of my hand and flew toward him. It could have gone in his eye. For that reason, I wish the pole had a loop handle.Read more

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  7. Airazaneo

    This is my 7mo puppy’s favourite toy, paws down. She goes absolutely wild for it. The telescopic pole makes it a more convenient size to travel. There are spare toys to swap out. And it’s a great training tool for learning patience and recall off something in flight. Having said that, my dog is around 8kg so I can let her play tug with the toy on it (jiggling it like a fishing pole with something caught on the line) before making her release it. I don’t know how the end of the pole would hold against a 30 or 40kg dog who likes to tug and won’t drop on command.Read more

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