|Toy Feature||Dental, Tough Chewer||Water Toy||Dental||Dental, Tough Chewer||Dental, Tough Chewer|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Wood, Nylon, Bamboo||Plastic||Rubber||Synthetic Fabric, Wood, Nylon, Bamboo||Bamboo, Polypropylene|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys||Balls||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Chew Toys|
Supervise your dog with this toy!! If your dog is a chewer at all, this is not the toy to get them. My 30lb Aussiedoodle destroyed this toy the first time I let her play with it.
Cute styling, smells better than most rubber toys, and is an easy-level food dispensing item. As others have said, the teeth are the first things to be chewed off. No big deal, but the treat-dispensing factor is diminished significantly when it's just a disc with a giant hole in the side. That said, my dog loves this thing, so will just plan to replace it when it's totally destroyed.
There is a very strong artificial vanilla smell that does not smell safe, and it got slightly destroyed within one hour, so not very durable. Personally, I could not recommend.
I thought this would be a nice toy, but my golden retriever was able to chew it up pretty easily. Not good quality.
My dog likes to get into all kinds of stuff when we’re out of the house, so I got him this toy to help. I stuff it with treats, put peanut butter inside it and freeze it, and he works on it forever! I ended up buying him a second one he loves it so much. The one thing is that it can be hard to clean, but other than that it’s perfect.
My dog had this for 20 seconds and the rubber rim was chewed off. Most other toys I purchase last way linger
Our dog immediately chewed off the teeth. Definitely not worth the money because it cannot stand up to any sort of chewing.
My lab loves it. I put a cookie bone in there and it took him hours to get the entire cookie out