Very sturdy toy. The holes for the treats is a little large so I have stuff two treats in each hole. Daisy quickly learned to fling the toy in the air to make it bounce and the treats fly out. I need to find bigger treats that she likes. One of the few things she can't chew to pieces. Daisy is about 50 lbs but not a big mouth dog so I should have gotten a size smaller.
NO TREATS LISTED on chewy to go into this chew toy, NEED treats to go with it.
I put dog biscuits in it so my dog has to chew on it and break them up to get them out. It is a little stiff and takes her a little while break up a biscuit small enough so they pieces fall out. It is starting to show signs of wear but for the most part is holding up ok.
My dog loves when we pull this toy/treat dispenser out! It has held up well to his tough chewing!
Like others mine has a lingering fabric softer like scent. My pup doesn't care for it unless there's a treat in it. I think he'd chew on it more if there was no scent.
This chew toy was one I initially did not plan to keep - as it diid have a overwhelming flowery/rubber scent, and the hard plastic ends and bulky flat shape precluded tossing indoors, or for chasing. However, the scent dissipates over time and I modified it by cutting off the 2 sections with the hard plastic inserts (w/ tin snips), and now it's great - crazy-bouncing when tossed and soft chewable but indestructible for my 12 lb dog.
i have 7 australian cattle dogs that destroy nearly anything,i shop constantly for durable rubber toys.while i usually stay away from nylabone type toys since they tend to break teeth i bought this one for my 16 week old and the adults fight over it,so i gave in and ordered 3 more
This is the worst product I have ever bought. This got stuck on my dog's lip, or teeth, or tongue or I don't even know what. He was crying for a whole minute or two in pain till we pulled it out. All of us were in total panic. Worst experience ever.
We have had this toy now about 3 months and still looks perfect. Do not use it every day, but keeps our Tibetan Terrier (46 lbs) busy for about 30 minutes. I put Kong's squirt cheese or peanut butter in one side, and some larger treats in the other side, and he loves tossing it around. The only negative I have is that it can be noisy...we have tile in the kitchen so the white "buttons" can really ring when they hit the tile.
Holding up a lot longer than anticipated. Our pup just turned a year and destroys everything aside from a Kong. This has surprisingly help up for going on 2 weeks. It’s just now giving way.