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Outward Hound Floatiez - Electric Eel XL

R 300.00

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Your dog will have a splashing good time with Outward Hound’s Floatiez Electric Eel Dog Toy! This vibrant aquatic toy is designed with a durable material to help it withstand plenty of play and has a squeaky tennis ball and foam noodles inside to help it float upright! And since it’s shaped like an electric eel, it has a long body your dog can easily grab on to. Outward Hound Floatiez toys come in a variety of lovable underwater characters, just like this cheerful eel and are great for the lake, the pool or the beach. This toy is paw-fect for an exciting game of fetch and can also be used to encourage your pup during at-home swimming lessons!

 

Allows you and your pet to take your game of toss and fetch from the park to the pool!

Designed with a tennis ball and foam noodles inside to help it float upright in the water.

The vibrant colors make it easy for your companion to find the toy in the water and on land.

Contains a squeaker inside to help keep your dog excited and engaged.

This aquatic toy also does great in the snow, which means it’s suitable for all the seasons!

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