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What the hell is that? Part 26

Our range is growing constantly. However, some products will have you guessing what it is that you’re looking at. Today's example: a large tongue.

I first thought it was a slide, but then I quickly realised it couldn’t be; it has no handrails. Imagine all the helicopter parents on the playground panicking and taking a huge leap to save their child from the deadly slide. Maybe it’s a weird doorknob? Way off the mark! Except if you mount it to the door of a dog house. It’s dogs this toy is meant for.

  • Fetch toy tongue 25.4 cm (food balls)
  • Fetch toy tongue 25.4 cm (food balls)
CHF 9.80
swisspet Fetch toy tongue 25.4 cm (food balls)
Fun and laughter while playing fetch with your dog: This toy will make your dog's tongue look even longer.


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  • approx. 6 – 8 days
    > 5 item(s) ready for shipment from external warehouse


  • All locations: approx. 7 – 9 days
    Currently > 5 piece(s) in stock at the supplier

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From climbing ropes to red wine to hammer drills – we’ve got just about everything. In line with this, we’ve been browsing our range for unusual products that prompt a: What the hell is that? Find something in our range that's downright weird? Let us know:

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