Busy Buddy Twist 'n Treat Dog Toy

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A rolling ball is great. A rolling ball spilling treats? Yes, please! With the Busy Buddy Twist 'n Treat Dog Toy, pet parents control the size of the opening, making it possible to use with any size or type of treats. Kibble or treats are randomly dispensed as dogs bat, chase, and chew their way to a belly full of the good stuff! Twist 'n Treat Dog Toys are available in multiple sizes. 

Key Benefits

  • Can be used with treat of your choice
  • Made of natural rubber
  • Adjustable opening changes difficulty of retrieving treats
  • Twist wide apart for quick treat dispensing, twist close together for more of a challenge
  • Dishwasher safe, top rack only

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  • Item Number
    63858
  • Brand
    PetSafe, Premier
  • Breed Size
    Medium

Instructions

  • X-Small: for dogs under 10 pounds
  • Small: for dogs 8-20 pounds
  • Medium: for dogs 20-50 pounds
  • Large: for dogs over 50 pounds

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  • My dog likes it.

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    We just got this last night. I filled it with treats and my 5 pound Chihuahua knew what to do with it, without instructions!! She really likes it. I bought the X-Small, and, let me tell you, it is *SMALL*!!! It's probably about 3 inches total. I gave it 4 stars because when you screw it all the way, the holes don't match, so I can't use it on the "hardest" level. I have to use it on an easier level to match the holes, and she's pretty quick to get the treats out then. I would recommend this for dogs that need more activity because she chased it around for about 20 minutes before she got all 5 treats out of it.

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  • New Favorite Toy!

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    My dog absolutely loves this toy! He cheats a little bit and rather than trying to twist the toy open to get his treats, he drops is repeatedly on the ground so the treat breaks up and falls through the small holes. I am so glad we got this for him, it keeps him occupied and it's awesome to watch him play with it.

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  • Okay, But it Didn't Last Long

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    I purchased this for our fifteen-month-old bulldog puppy who is extremely food motivated. When I'm working at my desk, I need a toy to distract her. My standby can occupy her for a couple of hours. This one, however, kept her attention for no more than fifteen or twenty minutes. After our first session with treats inserted, she refused to return to the toy.

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  • We call this the "be quiet now" toy....

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    This toy is perfect for keeping my smart little pup busy for at least a half hour +! He's a 20 lb terrier fluffy mix and will do anything for a treat.....This is good to keep him interested in getting the treats out at a pace that's a little more healthy. You twist the top off, put in any solid treats you want (I use anything from kibble, to broken up pieces of jerky, to smaller bisquits, etc.) and then twist it closed. There's a way to line it up so that the holes are bigger or you make it more challenging. Also - The plastic's smell is actually like vanilla (you know how you get toys sometimes and they smell terrible?) so that was a plus. It's sturdy (he usually rips anything up This toy is perfect for keeping my smart little pup busy for at least a half hour +! He's a 20 lb terrier fluffy mix and will do anything for a treat.....This is good to keep him interested in getting the treats out at a pace that's a little more healthy. You twist the top off, put in any solid treats you want (I use anything from kibble, to broken up pieces of jerky, to smaller bisquits, etc.) and then twist it closed. There's a way to line it up so that the holes are bigger or you make it more challenging. Also - The plastic's smell is actually like vanilla (you know how you get toys sometimes and they smell terrible?) so that was a plus. It's sturdy (he usually rips anything up we get him...even kong rubber toys!) and he hasn't even tried to "kill" it yet... … more

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  • Love Brand and Toy

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    Our family loves Busy Buddy. Our dog tends to destroy toys quickly. Often toys are too easy for him to keep him busy. This toy is great- sturdy and just challenging enough to keep him engaged. Recommended by pet owner with 85 lb Shepherd Mix dog.

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  • Busy buddy toy

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    Not a challenge for a new pup. He had it empty in 3-5 min. but boy did he have fun rolling it to get the kibble out. Older dog just loves to chew on it and could care less if there is food in it or not

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  • My Pup Loves it!

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    I got this to replace a Kong that I was not satisfied with, do to it being difficult to clean. I love the fact that it opens to be able to clean it, durable for an active 5 month old GSD pup, and I can adjust the opening depending on the size of the treats or peanut butter I put in it.

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  • Best diversion toy

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    I put my puppy's kibble in here with a little cream cheese and it completely calmed her down with kennel training. You can put it in the dishwasher which is awesome!

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  • DOG DOESNT LIKE IT

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    Sorry to say my dog showed no interest in this. I loaded it with treats and put it on the floor. A bunch of treats fell out and he ate those and walked away.

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  • Miniature Dachshunds didn't care for this toy

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    Maybe I own 2 fussy dogs but my 10 year old and 7 month old dachshund both just sniffed it and walked away even though it had treats inside.

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