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    Default Tucker/Treat Balls. Tux Dog Treat Toy.

    Anyone have one of these that they arent using? I've googled the Tux toy but cannot for the life of me find it on an aussie site, wondering if any of you have one that you arent using, or could just point me in the right direction? Same with the tucker/treat ball. Will pay for a used one if any of you have it. Thanks in advance

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    Do you mean the cuz toys?
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    The treat ball I use - I got from "cheap as chips". As long as it doesn't get left out in the sun (it goes soft) it works great.

    This site has the tucker treat balls - in the toy section
    http://www.petsplus.com.au/pet-suppl...cts.asp?page=2

    PS I haven't shopped at either of those places. I have used the prestige pets distributor page to find shops local to me that sell what they have.

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    Masha, when I'm feeling a bit less achey I'll have a look in the bottom of the dogs wardrobe, at some point I had a treat ball but no one was interested in it. If it's anywhere it'll be in the bag with odds and ends, and you can have it. Don't hold your breath though!

    Have you checked out the Reject shop? or Go-Lo? Those type of shops often have cheap toys.

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    I've check out The Reject Shop, I DID find a treat ball but it broke after five minutes of use. There isnt a Go-Lo near me, so havent checked it out.

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    I think you're going to have to send them an email.

    Meantime I find the "everlast fun ball" treat ball easy to get and Frosty - despite her best efforts has not destroyed it yet. It's similar in shape and size (the medium one) to a tennis ball and you can load it with treats for her to work out. Although she's pretty quick at working them out these days.

    RSPCA has those in their shop as does my local pet supplies store.

    The everlast starmark (whatever their name is) frisbee - not so durable.

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    Thanks for the info

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    I do have a treat ball that I got given at puppy-pre school when Pipi won 'Best Dressed Pup on Grad Night'.

    Unfortunately none of my three use it, although I have not seen it in a while. Will have a look around tomorrow afternoon. Will let you know if I find it.

    If you were looking to buy the same one, you can get them at any dog/pet stores or the vets. They vary from $12.00 and above down here.

    Hope I have been of some help.

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    Woops forgot about this thread for a second. I did not find the treat ball sorry.

    All the best until you finally get one.

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