$3.99 to $8.99
iSqueak Bouncin' Bowlin' Pin
Tough rubber infused with vanilla scent.
Holds up to tough chewers and rough play and comes out squeakin'.
Colors may vary.
Never leave pet unattended with any treat or toy!
- Type: Toss
- Style: Bowling Pin
- Chew Strength: Heavy Duty
- Size: Small (5" x 2¾"),Medium (7" x 4"),Large (9" x 5")
Elly loves to shake this bowling pin and make it squeak. She often selects this toy to play with and seems to really enjoy the vanilla fragrance!
Very poplar toy in the toy box--love the squeaker--not shrill--great for tossing because it is soft--and all though my dog tends to chew up toys like crazy this one is holding its own so far. Definitely will buy it again when it wears out.
She played with it constantly until its squeaker succumbed to a large dog. I won't hold that against it. The size I got was more for a medium sized dog. The squeaker was not that annoying high pitched squeak either. I will get another one.
We have two dogs and neither one will play with it.
"Least obnoxious squeaker ever!"
"The ""Squeaker"" in this toy is a nice low sound, not the typical high pitch squeak that most toys have. We have had ours for about 8-9 months now and my dog gets really excited whenever she hears the sound of it. She is normally a destroyer, but she likes playing with this toy and has not been too eager on destroying it, so it has held up really well so far."
"Sturdy Squeaker Toy"
I bought ten of these I-Squeak Bowling Pins in medium for my Dobies and Aussies. We've got five in use and five are in the toy bag. So far, after several months of use, they are still in good shape, with only a little chewing on the bottom. The squeak is very deep and lulling. My Dobies enjoy squeaking and playing fetch with them. The Aussies carry them around and chase after them when I throw them. I threw them in our kiddie pool in the summer, and the dogs would step in and fetch them out. If you want to hear what the medium sized I-Squeak Bowling Pin sound like, you can click here http://tiny.cc/2zoxz for one of my Dobies squeaking hers. Lots of fun!