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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Toy FeatureExerciseDentalWater Toy, Glowing & Light-UpWater ToyTraining
Breed SizeMedium BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsExtra Small Breeds, Small BreedsExtra Small Breeds, Small BreedsLarge Breeds, Giant Breeds
Toy TypeTreat DispensersTreat DispensersChew Toys, Treat Dispensers, BallsBalls, Treat DispensersTreat Dispensers, Balls
Chew StyleExtreme

Questions & Answers

16 Customer Questions

What do the dogs have to do in order to receive a treat? Like roll the ball a certain way? And the treat comes out? Or?
Answer by ChewyAug 26, 2018
Dogs can nudge, roll, and chase the ball to try to release the tasty bites inside.

How do you adjust difficulty level? I have 4” and have looked at video. No directions with ball.
Answer by ChewySep 30, 2020
This ball has interior pieces that may be removed to adjust the difficulty level of getting the treats out.

Which size is better for a 30 lb. dog?
Answer by KaraonaJun 02, 2022
The larger size

If large dog accidentally chew and swallow its part, it is digestible?
Answer by ChewyAug 23, 2017
The ball is made from a hard, durable plastic that dissembles for cleaning purposes. It is not edible. It is recommended to supervise your pet during play time.

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Rated 3.5785 out of 5 stars
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1592 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Joey on Nov 21, 2022

Works great!

I filled this with some kibble and gave it to my pup before leaving for an extended period of time. He got all the food out by the time we got home. The ball was very slobbery. Also, since I didn't watch him with it, I'm not sure how long it took and there were some chunks of fur so I think it may have somehow pulled it out, but it could've been something else.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By SueB on Nov 30, 2022


I had a similar treat dispenser ball that was a little smaller and had a just a spiral deflector inside. My dog and cats loved it. It disappeared. They have all given up on getting this one to work. The old one has to be here somewhere.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Hannah on Nov 13, 2022

Broke in fifteen minutes

I was excited about the complexity this puzzle toy seemed to give my dog, but she was able to pick it up in her mouth and the top snapped in half right after she started using it. She's a 50 lb, 1 year old pointer mix, not someone I need to traditionally buy super hardy toys for. Disappointed!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By 5furrykids on Dec 2, 2022


I was so excited for this toy of our Golden Retriever. He is VERY active so I thought this would be perfect. Most important part this toy cut my boys mouth and his tongue was partially cut. This toy broke within 10 minutes.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on Oct 25, 2022

Great idea...

My girl, she is loves a puzzle. This ball was very exciting for her, and we are so disappointed it didn't last more than 45 minutes. It is a very hard clear plastic and difficult for the dog to get ahold of except for the small, angled ribs on the around the middle on one side. The dog has chewed ever one of the ribs off and swallowed them. Maybe better for a little dog to push around?

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Katie on Oct 21, 2022

It is an okay treat ball

This treat ball is definitely better than some but there are also some that are better. After going through two of these because they kept breaking from running into walls repeatedly, we decided to try another treat ball and have been loving the new one much more. This ball is a great option, but I wish there was more control over the difficulty like in our current one and it could be a bit more durable

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

not big enough

It’s a 4 inch ball definitely need a 6 inch or 8 inch possibly for my dog he decided to use brute force to try to get the treats out like he always does. Definitely needed a bigger size so he can’t get his mouth around it and he can only nudge around would be great for smaller dogs with less bite force!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Russell on Nov 11, 2022

Stuck Shut

The pup absolutely loves this ball! It seems durable but we only got to use it twice. We screwed it on just a little tighter the second time because our dog was able to unscrew the ball the first time. But now we can't open the ball again and have tried everything.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By SagesMom21 on Oct 9, 2022

Meh, not impressed

Our husky Sage loves her puzzle toys and she's pretty quick to figure them out, but this one just wasn't quite it for her. The ridges around the hole to get the treats out kind of catch on any treats she likes we've tried to put in it and she ends up getting the toy "clogged" easily and she gets bored. Kind of a waste, it seemed like a good investment at the time, but it can't even double as a chew toy when the puzzle part fails to do the job.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By DebF on Sep 20, 2022

Not Quite the One

I am on a quest to find things that will keep my 6 month old Pit/Pointer mix busy and stimulated. So far I haven’t been really successful. First treat dispenser toy she chewed up, second was tough enough but so complicated I couldn’t even figure out how to load it up. This one is okay, she hasn’t destroyed it and she seems to enjoy it somewhat. My problem is first that it is hard plastic and incredibly noisy. Not great for Zoom meeting distraction. The second is that it’s hard to find things that are relatively easy to get out of it. So it’s okay but not the thing I’m really looking for.