Fun rubber cupcake-shaped dog chew toy has openings on each end for inserting treats, peanut butter, or dog food to use it as a slow feeder. Help your dog fight boredom and stay busy while you’re away! Fill with their favorite treats or food, and top it off with some peanut butter to create an engaging puzzle for your pooch.
Your dog needs this
Reduces problem chewing, boredom & relieves separation anxiety
Durable chew toy
Durable enough for heavy chewers, yet soft and chewy enough to satisfy your dog’s chewing impulse. For medium-sized dogs up to 35 lbs.
Use it as a slow feeder
If your dog is a “speed eater”, serve your dog’s meals inside this toy. It will slow down eating and keep your dog stimulated and entertained.
Help your dog fight boredom by filling the Cupcake toy with kibble and dog treats. The toothed opening helps retain treats, creating a greater challenge for your dog to get at the goodies inside.
Great for dental health
This dog toy helps your dog maintain good oral health. The contours of this toy and the chewy nature of the material helps keep your dog’s teeth clean, reducing the build-up of plaque and tartar.
Multipurpose & safe toy
Ideal for use as a treat dispenser. Insert treats to create a challenge for your dog. Use it as a slow feeder. Pack with moist recipes and freeze to extend eating time. It is also a durable chew toy and retrieving toy with an erratic bounce. Material is FDA compliant, non-toxic, and biodegradable. It is sustainably harvested helping to reduce the carbon footprint.
At SodaPup we specialize in creating fun and innovative dog toys for dogs that destroy everything! All of our products are made in the USA and are FDA compliant, meaning they are the safest dog toys in the market today.
SodaPup has developed several brands, each with a unique theme that appeals to different consumer segments. Our brands are SodaPup, USA-K9, Industrial Dog, MuttsKickButt, Spotnik, and Harvard’s Finest (our brand of grain-free dog treats).
SodaPup gives back to the communities it serves, directing contributions to animal shelters as well as dog-related veterans organizations.