Jolly Stall Snack

$17.69

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Carrot
Less than $0.59/DAY
(30 day supply)

$17.69

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Apple
Less than $0.59/DAY
(30 day supply)

$17.69

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Peppermint
Less than $0.59/DAY
(30 day supply)

$17.69

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Product Summary:

A new, tasty way for your horse to be entertained while helping to alleviate stall boredom or prevent cribbing. Innovative design allows horse to lick but not bite. Refill treat available in apple, carrot, and mint flavors. Snacks last 2-3 weeks.
8" Jolly Ball attachment available to provide even more hours of fun- SLT311726.

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Because my horse is currently in a stall most of the time.
Stacy L on Jan 23, 2015
my horse cribs, hopefully will distract
Carol S on Feb 18, 2014
Rookie spent an hour in the other horse's stall today and LOVED his brother's stall snack. This one is for him.
EVELYN N on Mar 30, 2014
How does it work? I'm looking for something to put my pony's grain in that he can nudge or pull and get just a few pellets out at a time.
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: This is a treat that the horse licks. It doesn't dispense any snacks. It's a good time taker for in between meals and hay feeding time, but you must introduce it to your horse so your horse knows its good. For my horse, I held it for her to lick a little and then just hung it in the barn for her. Be sure to hang it so that it swings freely. Otherwise, your horse will be able to pin it on the wall and eat it rather quick.
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