|Material||Plastic, Polypropylene||Plastic, Polypropylene||Thermoplastic Rubber||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult||Adult, All Lifestages||Adult||Adult|
I like this ball because Sadie cannot destroy it. She often chases it around even when there is not food or treats in it. Sadie is not great at eating her food and this is the way we get her to do this when she is having a "bad" food day.
My timid lil fellow has completely come out of his shell with this toy! He will play with this ball for hours and hours! he will chase the ball as it zooms around the room. He gets so excited when a treat falls out.
My dog got super excited playing with this when I first gave it to him! I just wish there was a better way to load treats/food into it. I bought it hoping it could be a slow feeder for dinner a couple times a week but it takes way too long to put food in through that little hole.
The hikes in this ball are large and both close together, so when you roll it over, all the treats dump out at once. Keeps my dogs occupied for only a short time; thought this would require a little more work to get their rewards.
My dog really loves this puzzle ball. She's about 60 pounds and rolls it all along the floor waiting for treats to pop out. Like the headline says, the large is very large. It is much too big for a dog to pick up in its mouth. It's made of durable hard plastic. It is quite loud when rolling along hardwood floors. The treat holes are also rather large so smaller treats will easily fall out.
I love how this ball is simple and easy and my Weim loves it. I put his breakfast or dinner kibble in the holes and then roll it onto the ground for him and he rolls it around until it’s empty. All in all it probably takes about five minutes and it’s great because then he doesn’t eat his meal in thirty seconds and he gets to play and work for his food. I love it
I got this level one toy for my 7 yo 8lb silky terrier to teach her about play. she is a rescue from a puppy mill. it's not small. its twice the size of her head and she was terrified of it. might be ok for some dogs, but its a fail for this little pup. really not choosing no or yes on recommend.
This toy is not at all interactive with our dog, all the treats we put in fall out without any effort. Keep your money
As others pointed out, it takes time to load. However, it won't fall apart when your pet rolls it around the house. Solidly constructed.
I put her meal (kibble) in it and she uses her brain, nose, and body to find her supper. The only thing I've found to slow down her eating. Love it! I got the large size and she hasn't been able to get her teeth around it so far.