|Toy Feature||Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor||Tough Chewer||Teething, Exercise||Training||Training, Tough Chewer|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Large Breeds||All Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys|
|Technology Feature||—||—||—||Treat Dispensing||—|
I have a tough chewers my put mix and a soft chewer my boxer. My boy (boxer) was too soft with it and not able to get the treats out. However, my girl and tough chewers took off his mohawk, tongue and most of his teeth off in chunks. Though it did work to distract her for awhile, it ended up not holding up long and becoming a possible cooking hazard. I would not recommend for medium to tough chewers.
I have a 40-lb labradoodle who started chewing pieces off this toy within minutes. It's not very durable especially with the small edges.
We call it the mouth toy. Load it with some Bil-Jac treats and she stays busy for quite a while trying to get them out. Her satisfaction is bliss when she does.
But he chewed it up after there were no more treats inside.
This is such a fun looking toy but the plastic wasn’t as hard as I thought. Our 1.5 year old goldendoodle loves it, but immediately went to chewing the mohawk which was easy to break. I should’ve known she’d do that, so that’s on me. Overall fun toy, just not for chewers.
This rubbery ball is a great kibble dispenser when your dog needs a puzzle
Dog destroyed in minutes, can't hide treats in it anyway!
My baby loves this ball. He is 100lbs easy, and destroys just about everything. B.c this ball has a mouth that opens for treats he can't get good enough grip to rip it apart! Great Ball for bully breeds!
Broke in two hours of play… and by 30 lb dog contacting customer service
Penny, a black mouth cur, loves this and the employees at the kennel love it. We put a beggin wave bacon treat in it. Takes awhile to get out. We do pick it up when she is done. A little faded but still in one piece. Purchased over a year ago.