Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball Dog Toy

By Omega Paw
Rated 3.9022 out of 5 stars
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Toy FeatureTrainingExerciseWater Toy
Breed SizeSmall BreedsMedium BreedsMedium BreedsMedium Breeds, Large BreedsSmall Breeds
Toy TypeTreat Dispensers, BallsBalls, Treat DispensersTreat DispensersBalls, Treat Dispensers, Chew ToysTreat Dispensers
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAdultAdult
MaterialThermoplastic Rubber, Rubber, PlasticPlasticPlasticRubber

About This Item

  • 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
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Questions & Answers

14 Customer Questions


Does the kibble fall straight out? What’s the challenge to getting the kibble out?
Answer by ChewyJun 09, 2018
As your dog plays with the Tricky Treat ball, it will dispense treats keeping your dog focused and entertained.

What size should I get for a corgi
Answer by ChewyAug 01, 2019
As a general guideline, the Small is suitable for pets weighing up to 30 pounds, the Medium for pets between 30-65 pounds and the Large for pets more than 65 pounds. If your pet is an avid chewer, it may be appropriate to size up.

How small is the small?
Answer by ChewySep 01, 2020
The Small ball is 2.8 inches in diameter, the Medium ball is 3.5 inches in diameter and the Large ball is 5 inches in diameter.

Is the material it's made of tested as safe for oral contact? Is it food grade plastic?
Answer by ChewyJun 13, 2018
This toy is not intended to be eaten. It's recommended to supervise your pups to prevent accidental swallowing of parts. All toys should be inspected periodically to ensure that parts have not been chewed loose. We suggest not allowing your pup to play with toy if it's broken or damaged in any way.


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1074 Customer Reviews



Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Tilly on Nov 27, 2022

Was this meant to be single use only?

Kibble comes out at first but the enormous lip inside the ball will not let the last couple pieces out, even with me trying to press on the toy lip to shake the pieces out. My dog tried to lick out the kibble, which just made the kibble inside wet and stick inside the ball. There appears to be no way to clean this toy, so the soggy kibble pieces are stuck inside the ball. Basically it is a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. This thing is not sanitary for more than one use.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By nomadnurse on Nov 2, 2022

He loves it!

My dog is so in love with this ball! Sometimes he gets so involved with daily activities that he doesn't always stop to eat. This has encouraged him to continue to play, but also stop to eat kibble. It works out great for him. Also, I love it because it's the exact right size that it doesn't roll underneath any furniture. My knees and hips are super excited about this!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CJSch on Sep 25, 2022

Great Toy for a Blind Dog

Our blind Cairn Terrier loves this treat ball. It keeps her occupied for a long time even after all the treats have come out. She rolls it all over the kitchen floor and will stop and then retrace all her steps to find treats she may have missed. I find the Milk Bone Trail Mix treats are just the right size for the small size ball, and I am able to use the small bone shape treat and place it horizontally across the opening. I agree it is a bit hard to clean. I just clean it with a soapy brush upside down so water doesn’t collect in the opening. I have several of these balls, so if I have to clean the inside I can use another while it dries.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By PiggleBottomsMom on Nov 12, 2022

Mini Pig Activity

We reached a couple mini pigs from a bad situation. They didn't know what toys even were, so this has been a great activity to teach them to play. Be sure to put small pieces of treats though, larger pieces don't come out well.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By ShibaMom on Sep 22, 2022

Perfect Enrichment Toy

I've used many treat balls over the years, but this one is the best. It has a little tunnel to put treats in and it goes down far enough that treats don't fall out just by setting it down. My shiba has to work at getting the treats, but she gets some often enough that it can hold onto her puppy attention span. I got it after a dog trainer recommended it to me.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bapa on Nov 12, 2022

Indoor Activity

My dog loves playing with this "ball." It keeps her busy for nearly an hour, rolling it with her nose and paws, picking up treats, and occasionally picking the ball up with her mouth and tossing it across the room!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tedma on Nov 8, 2022

Perfect toy/activity

This is the second Tricky Ball for Ted. Our entitled Labrador mislays the first one and then expects us to find it. We put half his kibble from each meal in it. So it gives him entertainment and slow eating in one toy.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kirksa on Aug 31, 2022

Great idea, but did not work

I usually love these type of puzzle balls to stimulate my smart, experienced puzzle dogs, but this one was too hard for them. In order to get the food out, you have to shake the ball up and down (in your hands!), something they just could not get. Sadly, I will not give this to them again as I was the only one to figure out how to get the food out. The problem is a 1 inch tube blocking the hole, so food can't roll into the opening, instead, you have to bounce it up and into the tube. Perhaps if the tube was smaller, or my dogs bounced it repeatedly instead of rolling it. Well, at any rate, This is definitely an advanced puzzle ball and too hard for us.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By LarKPup on Nov 16, 2022

Great Toy! Our Dog Loves It!

Our dog loves to roll it around to get the kibble. Smaller kibble comes out pretty easily. Slightly larger kibble might be a little more challenging


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Dogmom on Sep 23, 2022

Okay Replacement Ball

I was really hoping this would be the perfect replacement for my dogs old Milk Bone red think rubbered/silicone treat dispensing ball.... but I had to cut some holes in it so that the big treat would fit/come out once she chewed it down. After I cut holes it worked great!