Pet Zone IQ Treat Dispenser Ball Dog ToyBy Pet Zone
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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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.
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.
My pup Loves It
My pup really likes this ball, maybe a little too much. After he “figured “ out how it works he quickly was able to get all the treats out. He even brings it to me when it’s empty. It is quite amusing to watch him roll it around the living room, though he hasn’t figured out how not to get it stuck under the cabinet. I bought a different flavor of dog food to put in it now so it’s heathlier for him. He doesn’t know it’s not a “treat”.
Sturdy, but a little limited in 'performance."
This 4" play ball is well constructed and can be tossed and rolled around by my 50 lb dog for a lot of fun. Unfortunately, she gets frustrated after awhile because the main dispensing hole only allows small treats or kibble to escape. I'd prefer the hole to be a bit larger so slightly larger pieces could be dispensed, instead of breaking everything up. If your dog treats are tiny, it's probably perfect.
A MUST for a puppy
This toy has been perfect for my 10 month old lab. It keeps her attention and she will chase it until she gets all the treats out. Only negative is that it can be loud when the plastic hits the ground if the toy is in her moth and she drops it. Other than that, I wish I bought it earlier!
This toy keeps my dog distracted and very happy. She always has a big smile on her face when she is playing with it. She is only 10 lbs so she can't do much harm to it. I am thankful we have carpeted floors because I am sure it would be very loud on wooden floors. I highly recommend this product. For reference my dog is 10 years old and since COVID her separation anxiety has increased (like most pets) so this has really helped reduce that.
Puppy enjoys playing with this
My puppy has fun with this, it moves pretty fast across wood floors, keeps her entertained for a little while. I find the top kind of challenging to put back on after putting kibble in there, so I've started just putting kibble in the hole and shaking it to get them down to the bottom, that's worked well.
Daisy learned quickly that the ball will fall apart if she drops it on the floor, so it wasn't long before she was able to eat all her treats at once. I like the concept but curious as to why the top of the ball is set up so it has two parts. We will probably glue it together with hot glue or something like that so it does not fall apart when she drops it. Also, is there a reason why you use hard plastic for this product?
My mini dachshund puppy is obsessed with hard plastic, so I had to get him this toy. He honestly could care less about the treats inside, but loves pushing around the ball and chasing it. Great way to get some of his energy out with minimal effort!