This post was sponsored by Milk-Bone as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
This winter just seems to go on and on, am I right?! January felt like it had 75 days in it, and February is shaping up to be the same with the harsh winds, snow and sub-zero wind chills. Ugh! It seems like we are all going a bit stir crazy at this point- Izzy included. It’s too cold to take her for walks or play time outside most days, so we’ve all been hunkering down inside trying to find ways to keep her entertained, active and stimulated.
On a recent trip to Meijer, I stumbled into the doy toy aisle and spotted Milk-Bone® ActiveTM Toys. Immediately, I added the Medium Dispensing Ball and biscuits to my cart (and bonus! there is an mPerks offer valid until 3/17/18). Perfect toy for Izzy to cure her winter blues…
The Milk-Bone Active Toys are made of high-quality, durable, non-toxic material and are specifically designed to work with Milk-Bone biscuits, which Izzy loves.
There are 4 different Active Toys (2 different styles, and 2 different sizes) that correlate with different Milk-Bone biscuit sizes. Izzy is around 50 pounds, so the Medium options are perfect for her. Here’s all of the options:
- Medium Dispensing Ball (for dogs 25 – 49 lbs) – Medium biscuits
- Medium Treat Tumbler (for dogs 25 – 49 lbs) – Minis biscuits
- Small Dispensing Ball (for dogs up to 24 lbs) – Small biscuits
- Small Treat Tumbler (for dogs up to 24 lbs) – Minis biscuits
These toys are a great way to not only keep Izzy active, but also mentally stimulated when we are spending so much time inside. She gets bored so this was the perfect pick-me-up to keep her entertained while rewarding her with treats.
Bryce loved to help put the treats into the ball too- it’s really a fun toy for everyone! We love watching Izzy enjoy bouncing and rolling the ball around, trying to get the treat out.
I think she likes them…
There you have it- fun entertainment for all. A small win to combat the stir craziness!
What other tips/tricks do you have for combating the stir crazy for your dog? I’m all ears!