Pet Zone IQ Treat Dispenser Ball Dog Toy
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About This Item
- Engages your pooch in mental and physical activities during playtime.
- Adjust the toy’s difficulty as your furry friend’s cognizance evolves.
- Disassemble the plastic ball and easily clean in soapy water after use.
- Encourages slow eating by providing interactive obstacles for your pooch to overcome.
- Extends playtime while limiting the number of treats.
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1510 Customer Reviews
Keeps them busy
My 1 year old German Shepherd loves this toy. She's pretty rough so I have to remind her that slamming the ball onto the hard floor is not the way to play with it. Surprisingly she hasn't cracked it yet and she'll let me know when it's time to refill it. My westie enjoys rolling it all over the house and figuring out how it works. My Chihuahua puppy is terrified of it (and also her shadow, anything that moves, anything that doesn't move, etc) but we're working on building her confidence and I think she will eventually learn it's actually a lot of fun. My senior Shepherd would rather I just hand her the treats and leave the toy out of it altogether. I guess you can't please them all. I would purchase this toy again. It keeps my brainy thinkers busy and entertained.
Sadie's food dish
Love this little ball (it's the large 4" size) I just have a big dog. The first 1/3rd we play catch with. Then I just fill it a little over 1/2 full and let her push it around as nuggets of food fall out the little hole. She is VERY food motivated but does not mind pushing it around at all! She has learned to keep it out of the danger areas where she can't retrieve it. When it's empty, she picks up the ball and brings it to me for a refill. I fill the ball again with the last of her food. They say big dogs digest their food better if they eat slower. This process takes about 20 minutes. I'm retired so I have the time, and I think she enjoys the regimen. Suggestion to Mfg. Co. make it without the inserts and sell it as a slow-feeding device for a couple of dollars less.
My dog has fun with this dispenser ball!
This interactive ball keeps my dog busy for quite a while. One reviewer said they're not sure why the top half of the ball is in two pieces and not just one like the bottom half. I, too, wondered about that. It was hard to keep the 2 smaller ball pcs together, so I scotch taped the top 2 small pcs together on opposite sides on the inside so my dog can't get to the tape. Now, the ball holds together and works just fine.
My girls have played with this so hard since I filled it with treats and gave it to them. They both love it SO MUCH that they’ve almost had it unscrewed from pushing it around so much. They are so intrigued and it is challenging so they don’t lose interest. One of my girls is a German shepherd/coonhound so she NEEDS stimulation. As someone who works from home, this toy is life changing. They love it and both of my dogs are obsessed with it. I should have bought two!!
We bought this ball for our cattle dog originally but it is too small for him. He tries picking it up and chewing on it. However, it works fantastic for the frenchie that we bought a smaller ball for! It keeps him occupied for close to 30 minutes! He can still pick it up and tries taking it to the couch, but after a few times of putting it back onto the ground he gives up. Would definitely not leave dog unattended with this, would be a disaster if they chewed it up, but this is my FAVORITE activity toy I have found yet.
keeps the pups busy... a little frantic at times... only issue is that it really tends to roll under furniture, behind plants... which means I have to get up a lot and rescue the toy. Put it in a space where they can really roll it around
I previously bought a ball like this and we loved it, in fact loved it enough to buy a second one because the first one wore down. Unfortunately, the second ball we bought has 3 pieces to it. So, it is way to easy for my dog to break it apart and get to the treats. Not sure why the top half of the ball is in two pieces and not just one like the bottom half. My dog is use to working with puzzles and thinking toys like this and I guess I'm disappointed in this new design.
We love it. Keeps Cujet intrigued all day. I started her off leaving all three disks in,she is a very intelligent fur babe. Cujet is a Maltese-Bichon chow hound weighing in at 17 lbs ( needs to lose 4). This toy helps keep her treats to a minimum, she will work it all day which keeps her active ( senoir at 13 yrs). She is able to get a hold of it and carry it a short distance but not able to get enough of a bite on it to break the plastic. She loves her toys so I was concerned about wear and tear holding up. I suspect this wouldn't be the case for larger dogs who could probably crack it. Definitely recommend.
Twice my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who pretends to be dim witted has managed to cheat and open up the ball. How he does this puzzles me since my arthritic hands can bare unscrew it. He hasn’t broken it, he somehow unscrews it.
Dog treat dispenser
This is not as described. First, my husband is one of the strongest people I know and he had great difficulty opening the ball. I couldn’t get it to open so make sure you have someone very strong in your home to help you. Second, the directions talk about one panel you can adjust to different settings. There is no such panel. There are two, not one, plastic inserts but they are not adjustable so it is what it is - no adjusting to an easier or more difficult opening. We will try to use it but I would not have purchased it if it had been properly described.