My dog is a chewer, but this item has stood the test. A lot of room inside for treats. this is one of the few toys I found that she has not destroyed. But loves to run around with it on her mouth.
Product color (orange) does not come close to whats displayed online, my Pomeranian also was able to obliterate this toy so quick and daddy does not have the budget to blow through toys that cost this much.
This toy is just what my Bernedoodle needs! I love how there's a larger opening to stuff bigger treats inside. It takes time to get them out which is perfect for the mental stimulation and challenge that he needs. He is somewhat of a heavy chewer and has barely made a dent in this thing. Good investment for sure!
My dog loves this toy. He know immediately knew that it was his, so he took it right out of the box (no treats at the time) and took ownership of it. I seriously have a hardtime trying to get him to stop playing with it. Very durable to withstand my dogs chew. Glad I made this purchase.
I was hoping I had finally found something my labs couldn't destroy upon first play...not so much.
Kongs usually last my dog a year so she is not a tough chewer. Got this one to try something new and she was tearing chunks out of it after the first use.
It literally didnt last five minutes out of the package before our ten pound eight month old dog chewed a piece off of it. And the description said it was for powerful chewers. I had high hopes but it was a complete waste of money. Another toy in the trash and money down the drain. If you have a powerful chewer this isnt the toy for them.
My dog got bored after the day the soda can arrived. The treats that you insert fell out easily when my dog rolled it with his paw. He ate the treats and walked away, never to play with the soda can again.
My GSD loves chewing snacks like bully sticks and bones and antlers. However most of the time even things that are supposed to be able to handle strong chewing he absolutely destroys within minutes, and things that he can’t, like bones filled with marrow or such treats, after he eats the filling down he’ll get frustrated and give up. So far, this has been a hit with him! It’s chewy enough on its own that it gives him that give reminiscent of his balls, it’s durable enough that he hasn’t ripped it to shreds yet. And it’s easy enough that he can figure out how to get all the snacks out. And most importantly, it gives me a break from having to play fetch with him every 15 minutes! The only issue is, it might be a little too easy. If I put just kibble or simple treats in there, he’d have them finished in seconds. I feel a better design would have a silicone flap over the fill hole, allowing it to be filled easily, but still take a little bit of thought to figure out how to dump it.
It is a great toy for aggressive chewers. For some reason my dogs are not interested in this one