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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by curlyh2odogs from northern California on Saturday, May 19, 2018
    I bought these for prizes for an obedience and rally trial for my dog club. They appear to be nicely made, generously sized to resemble a real rabbit, and as good as any other soft plush toy. I did not realize at the time of ordering that there was a treat pocket on the belly. It's a joke, right? I could barely slip my finger into it. The idea is to toss the toy and when the dog returns with it, you remove the treat to reinforce the retrieve. But it would be awkward with this small pocket, which defeats the purpose of immediate reinforcement. My dogs would gut this one at the treat pocket if they were left unsupervised and residual food odor was present. I'd say it's an acceptable toy if you never use the treat pocket. There are more functional treat pocket toys out there.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Amy the relaxer from Texas on Monday, May 14, 2018
    Could not raise the hammock high enough on the stand to not drag on the ground. Unless you have a tall tree I would not purchase this item.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lazy Retiree from Roslindale, MA on Sunday, May 13, 2018
    The package came quickly but the flimsy box was broken, as well as the plastic bag inside holding the small parts. Fortunately, all the various bits were there in a pile on our porch. A conscientious delivery guy I guess. Anyway, the stand was easily and clearly put together by me, a semi-fit 67 yo woman. It is sturdy and holds our hammock chair well although you can’t swing about because the spreader bumps the stand if you move too much. But no problem getting in and out. We have the hook height at 85”. Height is adjustable and could go 4” higher or 8” lower. Very happy with this stand.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Angi from Maine on Monday, May 7, 2018
    The puppies love the crackle sound in the tail. They fight over it and by now it should be torn up into pieces, but it still looks new.
  • Reviewed by ATedK from Virginia on Monday, April 30, 2018
    Well, the dog still likes it.

    The alleged tennis ball is located in the head behind the nose. That ball thing lasted for one dog bite of the head, whereupon it crumbled into thick ball shards.
    One can crumble the shards further just by flexing them through the fabric.
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