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|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Balls, Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers|
Our standard dachshund loves to chew (and loves food even more). My hope was that this Kong would be tough enough to last a while. Nothing is indestructible, but my hope was that I’d get a couple months out of this. When we put some treats inside and watched anxiously. The good news is that it took a few hours and almost exhausted our dog, but in the end, she nearly bit off the end. I wasn’t too concerned with the ingestion of the material, but I was bummed that it was sheered off the top and it would not be the durable chew toy I expected.
My now 6-month old Classic American Bully has a bunch of "treat dispensing' toys. Most of them he just has to kick around with his feet and the food falls out. That works for a little bit with these ones but towards the end he has to pick the toy up in his mouth to get the rest of the food to fall out, takes him a little while and a bit of actual thinking to figure out that step. Perfect!
My dogs have been getting some of their meals of kibble out of these toys for months. The openings in the small Mike are just right for getting small-to-medium-sized kibble out of with a little work. They keep my dogs busy and entertained for 10 minutes or so.
Kong toys typically last long. I was excited about this as it’s blue (and apparently dogs can see blue and yellow better) and it seemed like something that could keep my dog entertained. Unfortunately, it’s a no. It seems like tough rubber, but it’s not as tough as what I expect from Kong. My staffy couldn’t get the snacks out so she just chewed off pieces of the toy to get to the snacks. Went I to the trash smh. A waste of money.
PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS ONE!! It is dangerous. I had SUCH high hopes!! I LOVE the Kong hard rubber toys because they DO last long for heavy chewers. I’ve had the pacifier and Kong treat ball through the last four labs and a litter of lab puppies with the puppy size pacifier too! In fact it was SO well loved by every puppy, I sent a new one home with each puppy. This Kong toy was completely chewed up almost to the middle in less than ten mins I was out of the room. With pieces all over the house— then I had to worry that one of my two adult labs had swallowed a part of it. I found out pretty quickly when she threw up parts of it, then had to watch her closely every potty trip for two days to make sure she was pooping ok. As far as the deal, buy one and get another must have kong- check details? I have tapped on “details” in every way I can and nothing happens.
My dog is much less interested in this than a normal kong. Even if I put a high value treat inside they get bored fast.
My Mom got this for me. Bad Choice! I chewed it up in 5 minutes flat. Then I had diarrhea. She's smarter now and will never buy this for me again.
Our puppy is a heavy chewer, but even with some yak cheese stick in here, he destroyed this kong in less than 2 hours
My pup doesn’t usually destroy any rubberized toys aside from the latex pigs that are flimsy and begging to be gutted. But Kongs and other similar toys from west paw stay looking more or less brand new even with heavy use. I saw the reviews on this but decided my dog isn’t one of those chewers (of this kind of toy) and tried my luck. We have had it a couple of months now but only used it maybe 4x. Today he decided to just chew the side off while laying right next to me and it only took a moment. I wish I had bought a second Qwizle by West Paw instead but I’m always looking for novelty and differences among toys like this to make sure it stays interesting.
Too hard and too large for my dog. Based on its shape, must be made for specific Kong treats which is unfortunate.