This challenging interactive ball will entertain your dog for hours. Simply insert your dog’s favorite dry food or treats into the ball. As your dog plays with the Tricky Treat ball, it will dispense treats keeping your dog focused and entertained.
This easy to fill ball will keep your pooch entertained for hours!
Simply fill with your pup's favorite treats
As the ball gets rolled it'll dispense the treats
Unique shape and soft texture made it easy for humans and dogs to grip
A variety of sizes allows you to pick the perfect fit for any size dog
HAZARDS TO ANIMALS: We recommend that dogs and puppies be supervised when playing with all toys. Proper supervision can help prevent accidental swallowing of parts. All toys should be inspected periodically to ensure that parts have not been chewed loose. Do not permit your pet to continue playing with a toy if it is broken or damaged in any way.
The lip inside the ball makes it more challenging for my dog which is what I was looking for. He does have trouble getting the last few pieces out so when he gets bored of trying I get those out for him. Now... For washing the ball or getting out those last few kibbles, you CAN pull the lip from the inside so that it is outside the ball, that makes things much easier. I got the large size and it's large enough to not get lost under the furniture which I love because with many of his other toys I'm having to retrieve them for him constantly. It's also nice and quiet while he rolls it around even on the hardwood unlike the hard plastic toys.
Fun for my bored puppy
on Jan 29, 2018
I have a one year old bullmastiff, whose 11 yo sister just can't keep up with her anymore. I bought this to give the old girl a break from the youngster. It kept her entertained, filling it with her food, except when there was one piece left in the ball, Bailey thought she should chew her way to the food. Thankfully, I was there to stop her and like all toddlers, when they get quiet, check on them.
They do tell you supervise them with it, and I suspect that is why. It is a hard plastic, but not a durable plastic for heavy chewers. That said, I would absolutely buy this again for her. I use Science Diet for her and they are just large enough nuggets to make her work for a reward.I have a one year old bullmastiff, whose 11 yo sister just can't keep up with her anymore. I bought this to give the old girl a break from the youngster. It kept her entertained, filling it with her food, except when there was one piece left in the ball, Bailey thought she should chew her way to the food. Thankfully, I was there to stop her and like all toddlers, when they get quiet, check on them.
They do tell you supervise them with it, and I suspect that is why. It is a hard plastic, but not a durable plastic for heavy chewers. That said, I would absolutely buy this again for her. I use Science Diet for her and they are just large enough nuggets to make her work for a reward.… more
Dog likes it, but...
on Mar 3, 2018
if he doesn't get the treats out, they're stuck in there. Because of the design, it's next to impossible to fish the stuck treats out. The ball is easy for him to pick up and hold so, he does play with it. I'm going to try soaking the ball to see if I can get the treats out then I may not put any more in. It did keep him busy for a while but once the treats got old, he lost interest unless if I'm actually playing with him with it, he ignores it. It's nice and bright so you can definitely see it amongst the leaves/blankets/other toys. He's a one-year-old GSD...about 70 lbs.
Tricky Treat Ball
on Feb 7, 2018
My 2 pups absolutely love this. It lasted at least 30 mins for a Mastidane and a Great Dane 30 mins is an eternity. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because this paw parent couldn't get the package open. I am sure there is a simple way but it took me as long to open both packages as it did for them to eat the treat. Ok not really but it felt that way with 2 x 90 + plus lbs waiting for their new toys. They get so excited when we get a Chewy delivery.
Great treat-dispenser for light to medium chewers
on Dec 25, 2017
When I first opened this toy, I was so excited. This was a great toy that is just tricky enough to hold a dog's attention. They don't get the treats too fast, so it was good at providing mental stimulation. Mine loved it, but he decided that it would just be easier to chew through the ball v. kicking it around. So, it was getting destroyed and I had to take it away. But, for a dog with a softer mouth, this would be awesome.
on Jan 19, 2018
My dog Juneau likes this toy! He had one as a puppy and it got misplaced so he is enjoying having a new one. He has gotten the hang of rolling it around to knock out treats. My dog is a husky so he eats only when hungry which could be every other day. Its nice to have this toy around the house incase he starts feeling hungry. I also like the fact that he has to work for his food.
I couldnt be happier
on Dec 30, 2017
I got the large and it is perfect for my heavy chewer i have NEVER seen her figure out a toy like this one, ive always bought squeaky toys and there gone in 5 min at most and stuffing everywhere i didn't think she would be able to figure this one out i figured if anything she has another toy ball but SHE DID she rolls it all over the floor wagging her tail when she find pieces of snack. I LOVE THIS
perfect for condo living
on Jan 30, 2018
This is perfect for our dog in our condo. Every other food toy we've tried was too loud on the hardwood floors of our upstairs condo, but this is perfect. I can let her play without feeling guilty about the neighbours. It's also big enough to hold all her food and not make me worry about her breaking it.
Great toy and feeder
on Feb 25, 2018
I had this little ball before. I put his food in and he rolls it around and his food comes rolling out, he cleans it up while getting some exercise. I love it and so does he. Great price. I went to PetSmart where I found his first ball. Then when I found Chewy. That is the only place I can always find what I am looking for. Great Place.
Doesn't hold up to big dog abuse
on Jan 9, 2018
Ok for enrichment for an active dog. Our baby (58lb active chewer) is a destroyer of toys and this didnt do it. The Wobbler by Kong is a much more substantial choice. If your dog is a light chewer then this will be fine and works well. Our dog punctured it in about 3 minutes. If left for 2 minutes alone it would be DESTROYED.