|Breed Size||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds|
|Toy Type||Treat Dispensers||Balls, Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Balls, Treat Dispensers|
|Toy Feature||—||Water Toy||Training||Exercise||Training|
This is a very fun ball for my dog to chew, but the point of it was for him to get some mental energy out with it. Well, the treats he can have (sensitive stomach) are small & do come out of the round hole relatively quickly. I would buy this again, but know it is not going to be long minutes of activity for my dog with his little treats.
I bought two very similar green treat dispensing balls. Both are about a 3 star. They cannot be opened to clean thoroughly so they're likely to get bacteria and/or mold issues over time. The exterior material/texture kinda collects hair when rolling around. My dog likes them but does get frustrated that he can't get the treats out. He basically has to chew hard enough to mash them (soft training treats) then lick up the crumbs. Overall my dog likes it but I wouldn't buy again. I'll go back to the annoyingly loud hard plastic ball that screws shut and that I can clean.
My pups fell in love with this. I had to buy a second one so they could each have one. The opening is the right size to make it engaging but also rewarding. The size worked great for my 30-60 lb labs. If your dog is a chewer, use this as a supervised toy because they will get their teeth into those holes and pull (although it’s very sturdy). Mine are only interested in the treats so it works great for them.
Cute idea , for a younger dog I bet it’s quite interesting and entertaining ! However for an older dog it’s a little mean- especially if they can’t get the treats out ! I was expecting a green ball and got purple ( which I probably wouldn’t have bought) but all in all a cute idea -
My blind dog LOVES this toy for some fun stimulation. I just fill it up a little bit with dog food, not treats. He had it figured out in just a few minutes and goes crazy over it now.
This is my dogs favorite treat dispenser but I had to order a new one. This version seems pretty costly, seems to uses a much more rigid plastic, and the holes for the treats are smaller.
It has been weeks and our shred things apart dog has not damaged this toy. He loves chewing on it and the treat function helps calm him when we leave him home.
Berlin, my Border Collie, is a heavy chewer, but internal maze keeps him entertained long enough to forget his compulsion to chew on a ball! It's also a great travel companion and keeps him occupied when we are in hotels.
I love that this is a bit more difficult to dispense the treats out compared to other balls that are completely hollow inside. It keeps my corgi entertained for longer!
Very handy little thing to have on hand if you have a dog that gets bored. My 40lb Heeler mix chews on it without mercy and I’d say it holds up well, very similar to a Kong in that manner. My one and only complaint is that it’s the perfect size to roll right under the couch and get lost every single time lol.