Want An Easy Way To Keep Your Dog Happy And Healthy In Less Than 10 Minutes A Day?
In addition to obesity and health concerns, many experts say that lack of exercise is a leading cause of hyperactive and destructive behavior in dogs.
As the owner of two beloved Pit Bull dogs, I’m at all times searching for ways to keep them well exercised. My busy schedule doesn’t allow for the long walks recommended by professional dog behaviorists. I read about something called a flirt pole and thought it would be worth trying out. It works by converting the natural prey drive instinct in dogs into exercise as they attempt to catch the lure by sprinting, changing direction, and jumping.
So I bought some of the fiberglass rod flirt poles that are made in China. The good news is the dogs went crazy chasing the lure. The bad news is it lasted in the future. One chomp on the tip of the rod and the fiberglass broke and splintered in my dog’s mouth. I used to be angry and made up our minds to design my own. My new and improved Flirt Pole V2 is made in the USA the usage of components tested for durability, strength, safety and light weight.
- The only toy on the market that uses bungee cord to prevent “whiplash” when lure is caught
- Easily change lures without the usage of fasteners that can injure your dog’s mouth
- Lightweight. The Flirt Pole with the included lure weighs less than one pound
- Soft, non-slip grip and wrist strap for easy handling
Be sure to try videos on the Squishy Face Studio website to see the Flirt Pole V2 in action.
With our One Year No Risk Guarantee, you’ll return it for any reason within one year of purchasing for a full refund, including shipping costs (if applicable). What are you waiting for? Order yours now!
New and improved V2 developed the usage of customer feedback from extremely popular original Flirt Pole
Comes with durable braided Fleece Lure pre-attached
Available in Regular or Jr sizes for smaller play areas
Can be used with dogs of any size
Also works great as a training tool and provides the mental exercise dogs need