|Material||Plastic, Rubber, Thermoplastic Rubber||—||Rubber||Plastic||Rubber|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Small Breeds||All Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers|
|Toy Feature||—||Training||Training, Exercise||—||Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor|
Although this ball is small, I use it to give my medium sized dog treats. There is no real system to regulate how easily the treats are dispensed and small treats/food just fall out. My dog likes the unpredictable way it bounces
This was a great choice, does what it needs to: entertains my adult mild-chewer with a good challenge of getting treats out. I appreciate that it's easy to load up and is easy/hard for her depending on what size treat I shove in there. Love the fun colors and the bumps that make it bounce funny. Extra credit for staying afloat when she dropped it into the pool.
Lucca has had this for a few weeks now and it still keeps her busy trying to get treats out of it. Definitely worth the money. She is an 8 lb Biewer Terrier.
My dog Reese practically snatched the treat ball out of my hand before I had even filled it. He has never shown interest in non plushy toys until I opened the packaging on this ball. Once he saw it, he tried to take it even before I had filled it with treats. Reese is 20 lbs, and this is a small ball even for him, but he loves it. The opening is small, so I filled it with his regular food, and he's been batting it around and chewing on it since we got it. I think I will get the larger one too for bigger treats for when I leave and need something to occupy him so he won't miss me as much.
This ball is hearty and can hold a bunch of different treats. The bone shaped Hill's dog treats are the right shape and make it difficult for my dog to get out. Keeps him busy for hours!
My 8 month old Cavapoo chewed a chunk off this ball within about 30 seconds. Nope.
Works great with our pup's kibble. It's difficult enough to stay engaging for upwards of 30 mins at a time but not so frustrating that she gives up.
This mini bumper treat dispenser is great fun for my 20 lb dog. They roll it and can carry it to their next location. Treats fall out with just the right amount of rolling. Give it a try-you won't be sorry.
Purchased thus treat ball for my 6 month old lab. It was great to start but after not even 30 minutes she w was able to chew it apart so we had to throw it away.
My 6 month old cavapoo loves it. He definitely seem to like them because it bounces all over the place. Once the treat goes in, it seems to be hard sometimes so make sure the size is small but not too big. My pup gets sick of it depending on the size of the treat lol but otherwise good!