My doggie loves these puzzles, she is only 20 lbs but she manages to break the inner plastic and now it is a lot easier to get the treats even though I try to put decent size ones to make it harder for her otherwise she gets them in no time. Still sometimes she spends close to 30 minutes trying to get the treats. She loves her puzzle
The very first time I gave my dog this toy he got all the kibble out of it. 10 minutes later I found chunks of hard plastic from the inside of the toy all over the floor. I am fortunate that I took the toy and all the broken pieces from the inside away from my dog before he swallowed any of the pieces. I wish I could give it a negative star. This is a very dangerous tot and should be taken off the market immediately!
Didn’t last 5 minutes before my lab bit down on it and broke the inside pieces and ripped the rubber
Purchased the toy because the rubber outside would be nicer (and quieter) on our wood floors. After one round of nose play we were happy, but the. Our dog learned her could pick it up and move it. The maze inside broke instantly. The plastic inside of the ball is fragile and not durable. Would not recommend for a large dog or one that can pick it up.
Hi! So my beagle was playing with this and the maze part got moved. The edge of the maze was very sharp. If your dog does not stick their tongue down it, your prob fine but if they do just be aware it can be sharp!
My puggle managed to break the inside into pieces within 15 minutes of getting this treat dispenser.
I like the soft rubber type material. My German Shepherd just shatters most plastic treat balls. But the dispensing hole is too large for most treats I use.
I use this for my senior pit to slow her down at meal times. I use 1/2 cup of kibble throughout thr day. It’s her favorite interactive game and she’s obsessed.
It's a great toy and my dog loves it, but the hole is way too big. The treats just fall out with very little challenge.
The inside puzzle part is made of a hard plastic and breaks almost immediately after you put a treat in it and give it to your dog.