This is our second Monster Ball. The first was worn out from hundreds or maybe thousands of uses. We can't agree on how many years the first one lasted, but we do agree that every day our dog gets her dry food via the Ball. She likes rolling it around to dispense the dry food, and she picks it up and throws it to get the last pieces out. It is easy to clean (just rinse off the drool and hairs) and let it dry. This toy is the best value, when it comes to slowing down a fast eater.
Bought the large size for my 90lb Golden Retriever, he struggles to get his mouth around it and manipulate it to get to the treats. Might have been better if we got the smaller size, but still think he would try to chew through the teeth.
She really wanted the treats. She destroyed it quickly
It's great entertainment, and durable for my mini Schnauzer.
My dog had pieces torn off within 30 minutes. The treats do stay in nicely when she was playing with it.
Finn loves his new Monster Ball! The ball is well made. Finn loves to chew on it. The ball is a perfect size for Finn. He loves to carry it all over the house. From reading reviews we have decided not to put treats in this toy. The toy is perfectly fun as is.
I grabbed this as a hail Mary to get my total over the shipping cost and man. I couldn't of chosen a better toy. My Black Lab absolutely adores I putting some biscuits inside the toys mouth keeps her entertained for a good while. Worth the price. As for durability. It appears to be similar to another toy she has had for several months so high hopes indeed
This is the second monster ball for my German Shepherd Dog. He choses this toy most often to play with. After well over a year the first one has seen better days as my boy is a strong chewer. It is a good size for larger breeds and holds up longer than most chew toys. It is also great for adding an occasional treat.
This lasted a total of 30 minutes with my pup. He did seem to really enjoy it and it kept him occupied.
Easy to fill and my puppy has an easy enough time rolling the food out that he doesn’t get frustrated.