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Love the design with the "adjustable" treat dispenser but, sadly, the toy didn't last 15 minutes. Our sweet beagle had one of the ball ends completely shredded. Still finding little purple bits on the carpet days later...
This toy is successful but not exactly what I expected. It has a nice slightly squishy texture that bends and bounces a little. It is big enough for a little tugging play. The kibbles are hard enough to get out that they bring it to me for assistance. The toy has tabs that can be removed to make it easier to get the kibbles out, but in fear of making it too easy, I am just helping for now.
It lasts for me however my dogs do not chew it much after the treats are gone. one dog learned to turn it vertically and shake it. i did have to trim an inner tab or two so treats would come out. If not they would probably chew it open to get the treats.
My labradors love puzzle toys, and when purchasing the I was not sure if they would hold up as they are very soft and pliable. I stopped at the end with jerky type treats, and they spend about 20 minutes trying to get the treats out, never destroying the toy itself.. they’ve only had them a few days, but so far so good with these
Usually toys last an hour to a couple of days, this lasted over a year. Our pet became very attached to it, we called it his "Binky", he even sleeps with it. Highly recommend, we have the larger size for a 50 pound golden doodle.
Very disappointed with this toy. Difficult to stuff and impossible for dogs to get treats out. I bought 2 different versions and both dogs lost interest in them.
I struggled to get this going for my dogs. Even with small treats I had to try to.adjust the opening by trimming the inner tabs as indicated. However it is really hard to hold and cut them. And even when I did, nothing is really coming out. So the dogs end up bringing it over to me to help get the kibble out rather than keep themselves busy with it as I had intended.
Both medium and small dogs love this treat dispenser.
My puppies get too curious and eat just about anything, even chewing at the wall and their metal crates. I've been having training sessions and wanted to try giving them toys that provide a challenge yet survive constant teething and chewing. Chewie sleeps with this toy and Paya barks at it when it runs out of treats, and I feel that if I fill it up and leave them unsupervised to log into a meeting, they are occupied enough to not get bored and chew on the house. So far it's fit dental chews, treats and kibble and is pretty easy to clean, but we will see how durable this toy is.
Really hard to fill with treats/kibble. Then my dog chewed it in half by day 3.