|Toy Feature||Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor||Tough Chewer||Tough Chewer||Dental, Exercise, Tough Chewer||—|
|Material||Rubber||Rubber||Rubber||Rubber, Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Plastic, Rubber, Thermoplastic Rubber|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers|
|Top Ingredients||—||—||—||Treat Ring Ingredients: Rawhide, Sorbitol.||—|
Luci, a rescue charpai mix has a little separation anxiety, even from one room to the other. Give her the Flying Saucer (with treats of course!) and she'll entertain herself without complaint while Dad gets work done in other rooms. She has definitely figured out how to get the treats out but just loves batting the toy around and "fetching" it to entertain herself even without the treats. Some days she will just toss it up and chase it all on her own. 2 toys for the price of 1:)
So on the bottom, the space between the flaps where you’re supposed to put the treats in, is bigger than the actual hole on top lol. Someone really messed this up. You have to drill it out with a 5/8 bit (burning rubber as you do it, smells great) I tried using knives but it’s too strong of a material. You have to drill it. Also it smells strongly of rubber. Soak in vinegar for an hour and rinse it off to get rid of some of the smell. After some modifications it works fine
My pitbull hates this toy. No desire to play with it, even with tasty treats inside. The opening is also way too small, so the treats get stuck inside and its difficult to clean out. Due to this, I couldn't even donate it to a shelter as I couldn't get it clean. Really disappointed, wouldn't recommend giving it a try!
My dog loved this toy right out of the box. She had fun chewing on it. I put a few treats in there and she liked figuring out how to get the treats out. I imagine without the supervision she could chew through the toy, but it's held up to my mouthy girl for a play so far!
Great for making mealtime a fun challenge. It will hold 1/2 cup of kibble. Another cup+ of kibble goes in her barnacle ball for added fun. She empties them both.
I had high hopes for this treat dispenser based on the reviews, but my dog just didn't like it. She has other treat dispensing balls that she loves, but it has become too easy for her to get the treats out. I shove full milk bone treats into the other balls and she gets them out within 20 minutes and then wants me to refill them. I thought this dispenser would be a little more difficult for her, but she couldn't get anything out of this one! Even though this toy is considered medium/large, the holes are so tiny that the only thing I can imagine working in it is small kibble. This dispenser is hard rubber with no give, and even broken up treats won't fall out of it, so I don't know how other dogs are able to get anything out. My dog played with this for about an hour when I first gave it to her, but since she couldn't even get crumbs out she gave up on it and hasn't touched it since. It seems to be high quality rubber that will hold up to tough chewing, but it just didn't work for us.
This is easy for dogs to flip smaller food kibble out while preventing them from eating too fast. It's tough material for tough chewers.
My dog is a picky eater. I put some of her food inside the flying saucer and she spends several minutes getting her food out of the toy and eating.
The treat hole is tiny. Didn't even try it because it would be impossible to clean inside.
I have three dogs and I always look out for new exciting enrichment toys. This is a great addition!!!