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    Yes and it looks nice and durable....



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    Do you think that toy would be suitable for a fairly large cat?
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    Sure, why not?



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    My dog has this and he loves it
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Buster-Cu...-/221128567475

    Not only does he get super excited for it (I only give him his meal in it, he virtually doesn't get treats) but it was finally the cure to his obesity!! He went from 13 some pounds, to 10 pounds! He would play with the toy and get his food out until he was full and the less food there is left in the toy the harder it is to get stuff out. Then he would just leave the rest!



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    ElisLove, what sort of a dog do you have that was "obese" at thirteen pounds?
    I realize that I'm generalizing here, but as is often the case when I generalize, I don't care. ~ Dave Barry



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    Probably any toy breed. My Chihuahua was put on a diet by the vet at 8lbs. At 7lbs she is at ideal weight.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Guin View Post
    ElisLove, what sort of a dog do you have that was "obese" at thirteen pounds?
    He's a small mini poodle (parents were both toys but he sized out). A 3 pound difference on a dog that should be 10 pounds is a huge deal. He seriously was huge and NOTHING I did made him lose weight till I used the cube dispenser.



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