Flavorit Flex™ Peanut Butter Flavor Infused

Flavorit Flex™ Peanut Butter Flavor Infused

Unlike the regular Flavorit™, the Flavorit Flex™ is a flexible bone that is engineered with moderate or gentle chewers in mind. Tiny flavor cells are molded into both sides of the Flavorit Flex™ bone so you can fill it with peanut butter, cheese, cream cheese, or any other spreadable treat your dog prefers. The tiny flavor cells hold just enough spread to entice your dog to chew, but not too much that they're getting so many calories. You can even add a different spread on each side to up the flavors! No mess because it’s concave design.

Once your doggie is done chewing, simply clean the bone with a small brush. Now it's ready to be re-charged with your dog’s favorite spread again.

Even though it works great with all kinds of spreads, dogs love it on its own too! The Flavorit Flex™ Peanut Butter bone is infused with human-grade peanut butter flavoring, allergen free!It is generously flavored to the bone; you can literally smell the goodness of peanut butter even inside the packaging. The result is a delicious smelling and drool-worthy bone your dog will love even without a spread!

Giving your dog non-edible bones also massages their gums and provides scraping action on their teeth, much like a dental hygienist descaling the plaque from human teeth.

This bone is NOT recommended for aggressive or power chewers. If your dog is a strong chewer, try the Flavorit™ Peanut Butter instead.

  • Small Bone Is Recommended for Dogs Up to 15 Lbs.
  • Medium Bone Is Recommended for Dogs Up to 30 Lbs.
  • Large Bone Is Recommended for Dogs Up to 50 Lbs.
  • Extra Large Bone Is Recommended for Dogs Over 50 Lbs.
  • Made in the USA

Flavorit Flex™ Peanut Butter

Flavorit Flex™ Peanut Butter

Flavorit Flex™ Peanut Butter is for moderate chewers and small chew marks are to be expected.No mess because it is concave design. Fill flavor cells with your dog’s favorite spreadable treat like cheese, peanut butter, yogurt, pumpkin, banana, apple sauce, cottage cheese. You can also enhance the spreads by blending in cinnamon, bacon, peppermint, parsley, cooked chicken, cooked salmon, vanilla or peas.It’s dishwasher safe.

James Gick’s world is filled with mindless babble, and he likes it that way. Gick, is not only the president of Pet Qwerks Inc., but he is also the inventor of the Babble Ball, an interactive toy that rivets the attention of pets. How? It talks and makes noises when touched, thanks to technology that is so sensitive that it can be triggered by a pet breathing on it or just by the vibration of a pet walking nearby.

I cut it apart, made a little motion switch for the components of the broken toy, stuffed it inside and glued it together. Koko went wild for the new toy. He chased it all over the house until he was exhausted. It was his favorite toy by far.” Gick thought he might have stumbled onto some kind of new pet toy that other dogs might get a kick out of, too.

Pet Qwerks branched eventually into gift and stationery products with a line of oversized postcards called ‘Better Than A Letter,'” he recalled. “One day, I got a call from a company in Phoenix, and they asked if my business was for sale. They wanted to buy the rights to my postcards to create talking postcards, so we met, and I eventually sold the business to them.”

However, it wasn’t always smooth sailing. Gick said the first set of Babble Balls had a few glitches, like separating at the seams, which cost him about $80,000 to make right. “It wasn’t easy. I ran ads in trade magazines and went to pet trade shows,” he said. “I’m constantly pitching the balls to stores, and I get new customers and reorders every day, but it took me over a year to really get rolling.”