Planet Dog Orbee-Tuff Mazee Puzzle Dog ToyBy Planet Dog
About This Item
- Sourced and Made in the USA. This toy is intended for interactive treat dispensing and puzzle-play, not chewing
- Easy to clean, simply fill with hot water, shake vigorously and rinse
- Non-toxic & recyclable and measures 5 inches in diameter
- Interactive brain teaser is designed for long-lasting play
- Pliable, Orbee-Tuff outer shell, and unique inner maze
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154 Customer Reviews
My 12 yr old Maltese loves this new puzzle tooy
It is quiet unlike his other favorite giggle ball puzzle and when it hits the furniture or wooden cabinets it doesn't leave scratches and bounces gently about. I think the inner plastic Rubic Cube like maze makes it nice and challenging to get treats out.
Both my dogs love this treat ball. I feed their meals in it sometimes instead of just treats. The hole is larger than I prefer but this just means I can use bigger treats in this one compared to my other treat balls. The maze inside helps slow them from falling out. Often times my dogs keep rolling them around long after they are emptied. Great mental stimulation! Easy to clean. The only warning I have is that they are made of a soft rubber, a silicone-like material that some dogs would easily chew apart if left unattended. I am happy I got these when they were on sale at half the normal price!
I was so excited for this toy to keep my belgian malanois entertained while I work. He absolutely loved it and it looked and felt very sturdy. The only issue I have is the outside is extremely durable but the plastic maze inside is not. The inside was broken within 24 hours and my dog managed to get a piece of the maze out and tried to eat it. I think it would be great for smaller dogs who can't get their mouth around it and break the inside.
Picks up dust well
I bought this to keep the treat game fresh -- we had other puzzle/treat dispensers. Despite its appearance, this one readily dispenses treats and doesn't keep my dog occupied for very long. The soft material is nice in that it is quiet and won't mar anything in the house but it gets disgusting very fast! It picks up every stray dog hair (and, let's face it, if you're buying this product you have a dog and likely have dog hair in your house!) and dust particle.
Didn't last long at all!
I bought this for my parent's dog, a yellow lab. We gave it to her Christmas day, first without a treat and then after she played with it for a while we placed a treat inside. She loved it and it was fun to watch her with it. It was big enough where she could barely fit it in her mouth to carry it around, however, when she finally was able to pick it up, she clamped down on it and the inside broke into many sharp pieces that then started falling out of the treat hole. Needless to say, she had a good 20 minutes of playing with her new toy before we had to throw it in the garbage.
Hair gets stuck to it
Was looking for a treat ball that was durable enough for my chewer. This one seems to be durable, but it might just be because it gets so hairy so fast. Who wants to play with a furry ball?! I have a shedding dog and this ball definitely finds all the fuzz when it rolls under the furniture. Easily rinses off, but I would imagine it could get gross if there was still a treat in there when you rinse it. There's definitely dog hair inside the ball too.
Good Feeding Toy
My dogs usually get meals and snacks out of interactive toys. This one is soft, so it isn't denting the baseboards when they fling it around to get the treats out. I also like it because it has a large capacity so a dog can get their entire meal out of the toy. The dogs give it four paws up.
Quiet, good size openings
This one is a favourite with both dogs. One dog doesn't love loud treat dispensing toys, and this one is quiet. It does tend to roll under furniture, unfortunately!
it’s held up
Reading some of the other reviews, it sounds like some dogs have been able to tear through it. I have a 35 ib pit mix and she has a slab fracture to a molar, so I know she’s a strong chewer. However she hasn’t been able to break this toy and she’s tried. I do take it away from her once I notice her trying to tear the hole open and I’m not going to leave her with it unsupervised. But so far it’s holding up well.
Not too bad
This toy wasn’t what I was expecting. I like buying puzzle toys for my dog to keep her occupied inside during bad weather but she’s a tough chewer. I used it once with treats in it and I thought it would last longer than one use but my dog tore right through the rubber and now it’s not usable. It would be a great toy if your dog doesn’t try to chew through everything though!