Stuff your pal's Kong toy with a variety of tasty treats!
|Toy Feature||Training||—||Training, Tough Chewer||Training||Tough Chewer|
|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Plastic||—||—||Rubber|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||All Breeds||Large Breeds||Giant Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys|
While this is super durable and a really great toy, it's HUGE. Not what I expected when ordering a small. I bought it for my little old 18-year old puggle who still enjoys the challenge of trying to get treats out of toys, thinking it was something she could have some fun with. It would be great for a bigger dog. But was really looking for something little dog sized.
My dog is in his “senior years” and whines for food all the time. I think he forgets that he ate. This product gives him a challenge as he moves the Kong around and is rewarded with small treats. It keeps him busy and happy. The only thing is that it bangs into walls and gets stuck under furniture.
My dog unscrewed and chewed the bottom part, to where sand was looking out, within ten minutes on the second use. It’s not very durable and the whole for food to come out is quite large.
This one is in regular rotation at our house. A couple reviews mention dog can’t figure it out. if your dog is having a hard time with it, sometimes a dog who is unfamiliar with puzzles or challenges might need a little help. Get on the floor and roll it around. show him what happens with it. The hole size is perfect for your typical dry kibble and MANY different types of treats. If, like me, you want to challenge your dog a little bit and make the food even harder to find the hole and fall out - Try buying those soft treats that are kind of shaped like stars the odd shape will be a little harder to get through the hole and keep pup very challenged.
Dogs don't like this one. I was really excited to try this but 2 of my dogs can't figure it out or be bothered. My third dog will use it but he doesn't get excited about it like he does the other toys. I use a lot of treat dispensary and puzzle toys and this has been one of the very few they just don't like. The material is like a plastic and not the rubbery stuff typical of a kong so it's not good for chewing. The hole is also fairly small so adult kibble is hard to get out but puppy kibble seems to be fine. Final complaint is it doesn't stand upright very well. When the dogs are bopping it it'll just fall on its side and roll around instead of bouncing back up like I was hoping.
I like the Kong company and that this large toy can hold a good amount of treat/ kibble (over 1 cup). But my Pyrenean Mastiff pup gives up on this after all of 1 minute. It is made of hard plastic not the usual Kong rubber. Makes a lot of noise rolling on the kitchen floor. It would be better/ more quiet if the base was at least made of rubber. Hopefully, my future dog will play with this toy.
My Miniature Poodle needs to have his eating slowed down and this toy really does it. He just loves to bat it around and runs to see what comes out!
Goteach of my digs one a few months ago and only use it once or twice a week but sadly one is already dead. Overall good but definitely Not recommended for heavy chewers
lasted a couple days. chocolate lab got to it and she was done for. it’s plastic, not thick and can be chewed apart
This toy is made of hard plastic and very durable. My 18 month rottie cannot chew it. I put her treats in the toy and it keeps her very busy trying to get the treats out.