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All For Paws Chill Out Ice Track and Thirst Cruncher
Cool off your dog during the hot summer months with the All For Paws Chill Out Ice Track and Thirst Cruncher. Whip up some ice balls from your freezer and place them on the ice track. Your dog will lick them, causing the balls to roll around on the track. This is the perfect way for your pet to cool off and have fun at the same time.
The ice track is made of durable plastic and features a miniature obstacle course. As your dog licks the ice balls, they will shrink in size and fall into the various different nooks and crannies of the ice track. Watch your happy pet chase the balls as they move around the course.
Included with the ice track are two reusable silicone ice molds. To make ice balls, simply fill the molds up with water and place in your freezer. Once frozen, you can pull the molds off and place the ice balls on the track for your best friend. The ice track can fit two balls on it at a time. One socket will keep the ball in place until itís completely melted. The other socket will allow the ball to roll onto the obstacle course once it's melted enough.
- Durable plastic ice track
- Fun nooks and crannies for your dog to play with as the ice melts
- Two reusable silicone ice molds
- Great way to cool off and have fun
Cool off your dog after playing in the garden or going on a long walk in the park. After your dog gets enough exercise, treat it to a couple of ice balls, which will refresh it after playtime. The silicone ice molds will keep the ice isolated from other foods in your freezer, so they taste fresh for your pet. When youíre not using the ice track, it doubles as a watering tray, so it could be used all the time. Itís time to chill out!
The ice track is dish washer safe and the silicone ice molds are easy to clean. Just run them under some warm water.
Contents: 1 x ice track, 2 x silicone ice molds
Dimensions: L46.5 x D42 x H9cm
The ice balls are designed to roll when your pet is licking them, so it wonít be able to pick them up and chew on them. However, it is recommended to supervise your pet whenever itís enjoying the ice.