KONG Classic Biscuit Ball Dog ToyBy KONG
About This Item
- Made from durable KONG Classic rubber
- Durable for long-lasting fun but soft enough to be gentle on teeth and gums
- Great for games of fetch and for stuffing with treats
- Perfect for use with KONG Stuff'N Snacks and Easy Treat paste
- Recommended by vets worldwide and is available in two sizes so you can find the perfect fit for your pup
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|Toy Feature||Training||Training||Training, Exercise||Tough Chewer||N/A|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Balls||Treat Dispensers, Balls||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Balls||Balls, Treat Dispensers|
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79 Customer Reviews
Best toy ever!
I rub a tiny bit of peanut butter on a couple of milk bones (which normally she doesn’t care to much about) and wedge them inside this ball, and my Husky goes crazy trying to get them out by rolling it around and crunching what she can get too. Keeps her happy and busy for a long long time. Years ago I had a smaller terrier and I had one for him. I would wedge the milk bones into the sides with just a bit sticking out and he went crazy for it. He never tired of it in the 15 years of his life. So happy to have found one of these again! I didn’t realize they still made them.
Great for large dog
We like the ball, it’s hard to kick until u figure out how! We have a large dog that loves to play fetch but has chewed apart other balls, even our 9 mos old puppy enjoys picking it up and running around with it! Works great for us!
good and tough, but bigger holes than expected
need big pieces of food to stuff it with. Was bigger than expected
For the money this is a poor choice. My dog loved getting the treats out However, on the 2nd go he was able to start breaking away at the opening. Can’t have him eating hard rubber. My dog is a Sproodle at 45 lbs. This may be a good choice for a small dog that doesn’t chew hard. This is our 3rd Kong dog toy. The other 2 cone shaped Kong toys never get played with. So for me the 3rd time is my last for Kong dog toys. Don’t buy if your dog loves to chew. Wish I had spent my money on a different brand of dog toy. Hope this helps.
Great for Chewers, Not for Treats
I agree with most of the other reviews... A cookie will fall right out of the large opening and your dog will eat up the treats in no time. I can recommend this ball for moderately strong chewers. It gives with medium to strong bite pressure due to the hollow design. It’s about as strong as, say... a Baby Kong or a Senior Kong. Maybe not for the serious highest pressure monster chewer who can burn through anything. The small size has been perfect for my Bull Terrier who’s on the small side at 55lbs. The whole ball almost fits in his mouth but cannot pass into the windpipe. A larger dog or a stronger chewer might do better with the large. Don’t take your eyes off of the dog no matter what size you get. The material can be torn and swallowed just like a Kong that’s starting to unravel on top. Great for fetch as it has a little bounce and is good for toss because it’s on the light side. But not for cookies so much.
Best Ball For Yard
It has a nice bounce and the treat holes make it easy to take from pups mouth. Best ball we have had.
Alright but not great
I was personally really excited to get this for my boys based on the picture of the treats sticking out. As I had a lot of these treats I figured it wills be perfect. The holes the treats are meant to sit in are too big for it so the treats just slid into the middle or fall out completely. My boys do seem to like the toy regardless though and so far haven’t managed to wreck it which is nice. Just disappointed that the item didn’t function as advertised.
but not great and I feel bad saying so. We have a 7mo old Sheepadoodle puppy, Jerry. Apparently, Jerry is a POWER chewer. He was able to take small bits and make decent sized holes in this ball within days of getting it. I rely on KONG toys all the time, but perhaps it's the treat-slots that make it more susceptible. Stick with the solid KONG ball unless you don't have a wild man!
This product sucks
The photo is deceptive: there's a giant hole on one side (presumably to hold large treats) that allows anything inside the ball to fall out. This is useless if you want your dog to be occupied for a while trying to get at the treats. It's unfortunate because I like the texture of the Kong rubber. Don't buy this.
Fun but problem with treats
The problem I have had is finding the right size and shape of treat to add challenge, but not too difficult or too easy to remove. Any ideas?