Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball Dog Toy

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Rated 3.9025 out of 5 stars
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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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Toy FeatureTrainingN/AOutdoor, Training, Water Toy, Bouncy, ExerciseTraining, ExerciseExercise
MaterialN/AThermoplastic Rubber, Rubber, PlasticPlasticN/APlastic
Breed SizeLarge Breeds, Giant BreedsMedium BreedsSmall BreedsLarge BreedsMedium Breeds
Toy TypeTreat Dispensers, BallsBalls, Treat DispensersTreat DispensersBalls, Treat DispensersTreat Dispensers
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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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Rated 3.9025 out of 5 stars
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1046 Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Gwen on Jun 24, 2022

Design flaw

This treat toy is tricky alright. At the treat entry point, the plastic lip is turned inside the ball , creating a big flap on the inside. If any treats come out it is totally by chance. The treats get stuck behind the flap, won't come out, and become disgusting and moldy. If you are looking for a treat dispenser, this isn't it - just buy a ball.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Doodlemom on May 4, 2022

Love this toy!

Our dog has been using a variety of treat toys since we got him at 8 weeks old. He eats all of his kibble/meals from different treat toys (like this, the snoop, the bob-a-lot, a slow feed bowl, etc) or as training treats. Now at 16 months, this toy is our top go-to. It's challenging enough to take some time for a dog with lots of experience, but easy enough that he doesn't give up. It's quieter and easier on our home than the hard plastic toys. If your dog doesn't have experience with treat toys, they should be closely monitored while playing with this. Our dog could easily chew this to pieces, bit he doesn't because he understands (and likes!) the game. My only complaint is that it is challenging to clean... but we get by.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Jess on Apr 12, 2022

Dog likes it, but hard to clean

Everything about this toy is great (dog likes it, treats come out at a steady pace) except it is difficult to clean this thing. The actual washing is fine, just rinse with water and shake it around and squeeze it like an almost-empty ketchup bottle until most of the water is out. My problem is with the remaining water I can’t shake out due to the lip design. (I have tried flipping the lip inside out, but it’s almost impossible for me. Your mileage may vary.) It then won’t dry for literally days. I eventually have to fashion a spear out of a kitchen paper and go probing around inside to dry it. TLDR: Good toy for doggo if you don’t care about washing/drying of the toy. Otherwise maybe try something easier to clean like a Snoop.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Herb on Apr 4, 2022

Love the Tricky Ball Dog Toy

I bought one like it years ago for a new herding breed puppy. He took to it immediately and rolled it all over the house in order to snag the treats. He was such a food hound that he would go back and track his route just in case he missed something the first time. He went on to become a Champion Tracker! I have used it with successive dogs, and have given it to friends with new puppies. It's easy for a puppy to pick up, and it doesn't roll under most furniture. Plus it keeps them busy. Highly recommend.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Chyna on Apr 25, 2022

Fun treat dispenser!

I gave this 3 stars ONLY because my girl is a rough and tough chewer. The dispenser is neat. Treats or kibble do not fall out as fast as others. The hole is more narrow on the inside, so the ball can roll around without everything falling out immediately. However my Pitty girl just wants to tear everything apart! She is an 80 lb. Pibble!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By NaNaSan on Apr 11, 2022

Tough treat toy

I know every toy is unique to each dog BUT this one is tough! This treat ball has held up for over two years with our 60lb Standard Poodle toy destroyer. Got my grand dogs one and a Cocker Spaniel and a Lab have not hurt it either. Gets a few teeth marks but holds up and is still in great shape. Our dogs love the time spent rolling it around just to get their dog food instead of treats. Learned to roll it very quickly.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Favorite on Jun 18, 2022

Difficult to clean

The inside lip to keep treats in also keeps water in making it extremely difficult to clean and eliminate the water inside before being able to add more treats :(

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By kellitree on Mar 22, 2022

Just say no

If your dog has actual teeth and not just gums.. give this one a pass. Our terrier mixed breed dog destroyed this in under 5 minutes. We're talking chunks of plastic torn out, and we had to throw it away. You'd be better off handing your dog a couple bills $$ and saying here, eat it.. although it would lack the crunching noise and worry of a future vet visit (which we didn't make because we didn't let her swallow any of it). Anyway.. just say no to this one.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Trish on Mar 18, 2022

The ONLY toy my Murphy will acknowledge.

I rescued Murphy a year ago, or (he rescued me), he had been abused for over four years. He was frightened of most things, especially things that move or make noise. Toys were out of the question. He’s a big fan of food! This was Omega Paws Ball # 4. I will never be without one. Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean one is bobbing around as I text!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cindy on Jun 17, 2022

Best treat ball ever

We have two now,. Trained many dogs to play with it. It works great, I use their kibble and it is indestructible.