Rated 4 out of 5 by NeonDragonfly Try these treats with it
I bought the large size for my 5 month old Malinois mix, to stuff with some treats to keep him busy with a puzzle. When i received it i soon found that the holes were too large for most treats, and most of them just fell right out, so unless you have some rather large treats you may need to stuff it with a toy or something else. I did find that "Blue Buffalo Health Bars Baked" work really well with the large Hol-ee. It took my pup 15 minutes (with a little help from me) to get the treat out. these treats come in plenty of flavors, and my dog likes them (but then again, he eats anything and everything). so try them out if none of the other treats you've tried work.
I can't comment on the durability of the Hol-ee because my dog has never sat there and chewed on it, so it's still intact, but I'm sure a heavy chewer would easily rip though the soft material.
Oh, and one more thing, I love the way the Hol-ee smells. It's like vanilla rubber scented. Lol i know it's strange, but hey.
August 11, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by boxerlove Stuff it with things!!!
My dog LOVES this ball. I bought one a couple years ago and its still holding up but its now an "outside" toy because it has been thrown in dirt and mud and has just become a little too dirty for inside. Even after washing.. its an outside toy now. So we had to buy another one for inside. I saw online someone shredded up an old shirt and stuffed it inside this and the dog could pull the pieces out..having a dog that likes to destroy stuff and tear things up i thought it was a great idea. So we bought a new one for inside and we did fill it with pieces of fabric and she does love to tear out all the pieces. So happy to have a new ball. Hands down this is her favorite toy. One change from our old ball...this new one has a strong scent of vanilla or something. Im not a big fan of this new added feature. Not sure why its scented this way. Would prefer it not to smell like that. .but its still her favorite and will probably buy another...i got a medium and we could have gone a size up. I have a 48 pound dog. Ita a good size for her catch and run around with though. Would definitely recommend!!
September 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tietzy Extremely durable and versatile
I didn't know how long this toy would last given its rubbery material, but I'm glad to say it has held up to moderate/heavy chewing dogs for several months with no wear or tear. I can put toys inside of it, or stuff it with treats and newspaper, and it keeps my dogs entertained for a while. I highly recommend this one for any dog.
October 30, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Julie Fun!
These balls are lightweight. They roll well and bounce. The holes are much too large for most treats. My dogs really enjoy playing together and they can actually play tug-o-ball with the large and jumbo sizes. I have ordered several to give as gifts to our obedience school,classmates. Overall they are a nice toy because you can do so many neat dog things with them (tying rope to them, placing smaller balls or toys inside etc...) treats not so much.
October 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by teri Amazing toy
Chevy and Nova have tested many toys and this is by far one of their favorite if it wasn't so much I would have got two saving for another one definitely worth the money!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hol-ee roller
October 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by DBCooper Puppy loves this toy
New puppy loves these toys. They are soft, bounce gently and he can grasp them easily in his mouth to play tug o war.
October 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Heathera365 Strange but great
My 5 month old GS/Lab mix puppy loves this thing! It's not stiff, it bends and bounces and is flexible, I've put some treats in but they have to be large or they'll fall right out.
She loves it though she can pounce on it and it rolls away so she entertains herself for quite a while with this ball. It's a weird rubber material that hair seems to stick to but it rinses easily in the sink.
October 24, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kurt22 Not for chewing dogs
So my dog started to push it around with his nose, and we did put a biscuit inside it to see if he can figure how to get it out, which he did. But as he was left alone for about 10 mins, I came down stairs and saw these little green pieces of rubber around. Then I saw the ball, we'll half of it. So now we will stick to solid balls for him to play with.
October 23, 2016