Trixie Shaun the Sheep dog toy is sure to become your pet’s absolute favourite. The adventures of Shaun the Sheep, his pal Bitzer and the rest of the herd from Mossy Bottom Farm have been providing years of fun and entertainment on screen. Thanks to the new Trixie dog collection, the cult cartoon characters are now also moving into your home. The cute latex sheep squeaks when your dog squeezes or chews on it, and the two of them will become best play buddies in no time at all! With a height of 14cm, this toy in the form of the beloved cinema hero proves a hit with its sweet details. It’s simply impossible not to love this little chap with his funny eyes, little nose, floppy ears and fluffy coat. Filled with polyester fleece, the toy can be thrown and used for playing fetch. The integrated squeaker encourages fun and frolics. A trendy accessory for fans of Shaun the Sheep and all happy pets! Trixie Shaun the Sheep Dog Toy at a glance: Cute dog toy For throwing and playing fetch Squeaks with pleasure when squeezed: and hones play instincts Fun Shaun the Sheep design: comes in the form of the popular cartoon character Shaun the Sheep, with loving details Made from latex: since latex doesn’t harden in the stomach and intestinal tract and can normally be easily excreted, swallowing a small piece of the material is in principle harmless Colour: black/white Material: Exterior: latex Filling: polyester fleece Dimensions: 14 x 9 x 13 cm (L x W x H) Please note: As with any other product, please supervise your pet with this toy. Check the product regularly for damage, and replace the toy if it is damaged or missing any pieces to avoid potential injury to your pet. General information regarding latex dog toys: Latex dog toys are especially well-suited for young dogs because puppies and young dogs still have very sharp teeth and tend to not just bite their toys, but to tear them apart and may swallow pieces. Since latex won’t become hard in the stomach and intestines, it can normally pass without a problem. This means that swallowing a small piece of the toy generally shouldn’t be a problem. Nonetheless, dogs should always be supervised when playing with latex toys.