The plush Pocket Critter Treat Toy features a pocket for hiding treats or catnip for your small dog or cat to find | oxforddogma.com
The cute tail on the back of the Pocket Critter Treat Toy gives your pet a little something to grab | oxforddogma.com
The Pocket Critter Treat Toy is available in regular size for dogs and extra small for cats and the smallest dog breeds | oxforddogma.com

Extra Small Treat Toy in Plaid and Corduroy

$ 16.00

Made of a reclaimed cotton flannel shirt in in red, navy blue, and grey plaid + dark grey corduroy.

Designed for cats and the smallest dog breeds like a Yorkie or Chihuahua, this plush treat toy helps mentally challenge your pet and builds confidence when the goodies hidden in the pocket are discovered. Simply hide a few small treats or some catnip in the pocket and wait for your pet to sniff her way over and investigate. 

Once the hunt is finished, the soft toy makes a huggable and cuddly nap time buddy. And it fits well in the Canvas Pet Toy Bin, an organizing basket with classic styling that keeps pet toys gathered at pet-height.

This interactive pet toy with a pocket for hiding treats measures 3.25 x 4.75 inches. It's free of plastic parts so you don't need to worry about your pet chewing on them or swallowing them.

Is your dog bigger than the tiny breeds?

For dogs around 10 pounds and larger, a regular sized Pocket Critter might be a better fit. Check out the Pocket Critter Interactive Dog Toys collection.

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