Midi Bottle Cruncher
Few things in the world are more satisfying to a dog than crunching down on something that makes noise.
It’s versatile. It’s shock absorbing. It’s the multipurpose toy you use for everything.
Welcome to the redesigned Midi Bottle Cruncher.
What is a bottle cruncher?
A bottle cruncher is traditionally used in flyball. It is a bungee handle attached to a faux fur pouch. The pouch is the size and shape in which a 500 mL plastic water bottle will fit.
When the dog bites on the fur pillow, the water bottle provides a satisfying crunching sound which motivates the dog to seek out the toy. When the bottle has been completely crushed, throw it in the recycling and replace with a fresh bottle.
Midi Dog Design
We understand that different size and personality dogs have different needs in their toys. This bottle tug toy is ideal for medium sized dogs who are about 20 – 40 lbs in weight. Dogs who are polite tugging or get demotivated by thick toys easily will also appreciate the more malleable, fluffy fur selections used in this toy.
If you require a more robust bottle cruncher, see our very popular Maxi Bottle Cruncher. The Maxi version uses very stiff and thick fur, which is ideal for voracious flyball dogs.
Bottle Cruncher Reviews
We’ve had a hard time keeping bottle crunchers in stock! This Midi version of the bottle cruncher tug toy was originally released with the Monster Mash Collection (2020) without a fleece lined handle or mesh lining on the faux fur bite area. We’re thrilled about the redesign and can’t wait for you to enjoy it too.
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How it’s Made | Made in Canada
Brie hand-makes all of our toys in Nova Scotia. She uses highly specialized sewing machines and marine-grade products to construct durable dog toys.
Guaranteed by Brie
We guarantee all of our midi toys against construction defects at the time of manufacturing. Wear and tear is normal and will happen over time. But remember, tug toys are not chew toys. Leaving your dog unattended with a toy will likely result in chewing damage. Never leave your dog unattended with any toy.