|Top Ingredients||Rice Flour, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Glycerin...||—||Rice Flour, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Glycerin...||—||—|
|Toy Feature||Tough Chewer, Teething, Dental, Water Toy, Bouncy, Exercise||Tough Chewer, Outdoor, Teething, Dental, Training, Bouncy, Exercise||Tough Chewer, Dental, Exercise||Electronic, Exercise||Tough Chewer, Outdoor, Teething, Dental, Training, Bouncy, Exercise|
|Material||Plastic||Rubber||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric||Plastic||Rubber|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers|
My baby girl is a pittie and she's a very powerful chewer. She absolutely loves this toy and after a couple weeks it is holding up wonderfully. Great to put treats in, would strongly recommend it for the tough chewers out there!
My dog loves the tough toy but loading treats in stick for one day of fun. Expensive ! Also once he bites off ends of stick the rest is stuck inside . Treats fall out. It not broken stick.
I think these will be great for my collie pup. I also ordered the larger version for when a big dog! Great for chewing with lots of space on both sides for treats. Also seems like they will be terrific to freeze with treats inside!
I gave it 3 because she does love it however only a 3 because it took her all of a minute to break the "rod" and emptied it of all its treats. She's disappointed I won't reill it with treats but says it's still good to play with.
I am in love with Starmark’s toys. My catahoulas need to stay busy. They get bored quickly. We have a few other toys in their line, but these seem like they will keep them occupied for a while. The toy has a treat rod that you put smaller treats in so the more they work with it the more rewarded they get. Photo added for cuteness overload
My 3yo Australian German Shepherd is enjoying this treat toy so far. I read the reviews regarding the toy getting demolished after the treats were consumed but my girl doesn't tend to chew treat toys unless there's food inside. Upon first squish, I can say for certain that this is not for an avid chewer if there is no treat inside. It does not compare to a Kong.. If your dog is an extreme chewer, it's good for a brain game while there's a snack but then you should pick it up and put it away. Penny's Boston Terrier brother doesn't exactly have strong mental capacity - would not recommend for him.
We have a large dog (70lb catahoula) who isn't really a chewer. We have a kong I put peanut butter/treats in for her when we are gone all day so thought I'd try this for treats too. First day with no treats she loved playing with it and no damage. Second day when I added the treat - she had it half chewed up by the time we got home. I don't recommend as clearly won't hold up to chewing..even from a dog that in not an aggressive chewer at all.
The toy is a great concept but our dog had it chewed to pieces the first time he got it.
The toy only comes with 1 treat insert so it is only good for one use. The replacement / additional ones are $5 each, which is over priced for what you get. I'll be looking for something else to use to stick in there. I wish they would have put the dimensions of the inside hole on the site.
My 6 month old Australian cattle dog loves it,even my older one has not destroyed it yet