5 out of 5 stars
I just wanted to let you know that all 4 of my dogs LOVE their GoughNuts cups. I fill them with IcePups and freeze them for crate treats when I am gone. The dogs see me open the freezer and race to their crates to get their cups. Thank you for making crating more fun for my dogs!
5 out of 5 stars
I just wanted to say thanks for the GoughNuts Kup toy. My American bulldog is testing it out now. It's also my first time ever winning a prize on the net, so I was very surprised when I got the e-mail saying I'd won.
GoughNuts K9 Kup
The GoughNut K9 Kup was developed to hold food/treats and then be easily cleaned. The product is a tube shape with one side closed off. This creates a length of tube where your dog will try to reach the bottom but will have a difficult time doing so. Please do not use this product for unsupervised power chewing as the Rings and the MaXX Black Stick remain for this function. The product weighs 15 ounces, holds approximately 8 oz, and should be used for medium and large breed dogs (approximately 20lb to 90lb). The GoughNuts K9 Kup can be combined with our sticks for an ultimate challenge. The product floats, remains flexible in a freezer, bounces and is very tough using the same GoughNuts natural rubber.
This product does not have a safety indicator as it is not designed as a pure chew toy but instead is classified in a interactive grouping. The red is visible to let people know that this product is interactive and not designed for pure power chewing like or rings and sticks that utilize the red indicator. This product is designed for easy cleaning for Dog Day Care and for home use! This premise of easy cleaning is consistent with the GoughNuts company commitment towards creating the safest possible pet products.
This toy is only available in the red/green combination and is no longer available in the red/blue combination.
No toy is 100% indestructible. It is unrealistic to expect that from any toy. The toys that we sell at Leerburg® are the best quality and most durable that we have found. Always supervise your dog when playing with toys. Periodically inspect all toys for damage. Do not allow your dog to continue to play with a damaged or broken toy.
When using balls as toys the handler must be aware of the size of their dog and the prey drive of their dog. Balls can kill dogs if swallowed. Possessive dogs can swallow small balls. DO NOT BUY a small ball for a large dog!