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Starmark Treat Dispensing Bob-a-Lot Dog Toy

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Exercise and feed your dog with the fully adjustable wobbling Bob-A-Lot. Starmark Mental Stimulation toys help keep pets mentally engaged in an activity they enjoy. They help foster natural hunting and foraging behaviors, and help prevent destructive boredom behaviors. This item can be used with Starmark Pro-Training Treats, or with portions from your dog's regular meal to turn mealtime into playtime.

Key Benefits

  • Holds variety of treats & kibble - easy-to-fill, easy-to clean dual chambers allow you to fill with treats or kibble
  • Easily customize difficulty Level - adjust opening to control release of treats. Bobs and tilts on weighted, anti-slip base
  • Provides hours of mentally stimulating, challenging play - puzzle releases treats as your dog paws, nudges and chases
  • Can be used with Starmark Pro-Training Treats, or with portions from your dog's regular meal to turn mealtime into playtime
  • Helps foster natural hunting and foraging behaviors, and help prevent destructive boredom behaviors

Cautions

With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible. Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard. Not intended as a chew toy.

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  • Item Number
    60500
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult

Instructions

Remove yellow top to fill. Replace top before using. Rinse with water, allow to dry before reuse.

Size

Size Capacity Pet Weight
Small 1 1/2 cup under 20 pounds
Large 3 cups over 20 pounds

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  • BOB-A-LOT Interactive Feeder

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    Purchased the large for my 2-1/2 year choc lab who has always been hard to keep entertained and challenged. It really is a challenge for her to get her food out of it and stays at it until all is out. A great toy to have! Wouldn't recommend using in the house unless you have a place where destruction doesn't matter. It is very noisy when batted around and can damage(dent) appliances, metal trash cans and can knock over small tables, plants, etc., if your dog is like mine who has an intense drive. She picks it up and drops it on the floor, tries to chew the little trap door, paws (throws) it across the room so I have to supervise. I found that it is much more challenging if used in the Purchased the large for my 2-1/2 year choc lab who has always been hard to keep entertained and challenged. It really is a challenge for her to get her food out of it and stays at it until all is out. A great toy to have! Wouldn't recommend using in the house unless you have a place where destruction doesn't matter. It is very noisy when batted around and can damage(dent) appliances, metal trash cans and can knock over small tables, plants, etc., if your dog is like mine who has an intense drive. She picks it up and drops it on the floor, tries to chew the little trap door, paws (throws) it across the room so I have to supervise. I found that it is much more challenging if used in the grass -- causing my dog to scavenge in the grass for the food, she never gives up and this actually wore her out for the night. … more

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  • Maybe it’s just my dog...

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    I loved the concept and design of this toy. I have a very active 10 month old border collie who loves (and needs) to play. This was fabulous for the first hour! He began using his very sharp teeth to desecrate the top hard plastic. Did such damage to our hardwood floors and baseboards with scratching and nicks from the top piece. I had to throw it away after just two days! He loved it, but our home couldn’t keep up. If you do not have an intense chewer, it’s likely to be a great toy.

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  • Awesome Toy

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    Hi, I'm Scout the Border Collie. I really love the BOB-A-LOT toy. I work really hard to figure out how to get the treat out. I use my nose and paws to spin and knock the Bob around. It is super tough! Sometimes I carry it in my mouth or use the ribbon handle to carry it to a spot where I want to work on solving the puzzle. It is so stimulating for me to work with. I play with it for long periods of time. I'm so glad my people ordered it for me! -Scout

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  • My dog loves it!!

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    My three year old siberian husky loves this toy. It keeps her going until the the pot is empty. Sometimes she doesnt even eat the food, which is ok, its only dry kibble that i use in it. Funny part is she figured out that the treat is in the top, because she goes right for it now. But it is very sturdy and holds up. Man im so glad i found something for when im not home. Is there a dog treat brand that works well with this item? Like i said sometimes shes not into the kibble.

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  • Not For Chewing Dogs

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    My dog LOVES to chew, he ruins 99% of everything. He eats really fast and chokes on his food so it was recommended that I buy this for him. We had it for about one hour and he chewed it until his gums were bleeding. I'm glad I tried it for dinner otherwise I would have put it in his kennel with him tomorrow and wouldn't have discovered this for 4 hours. I call my dog "the destroyer" for a reason though and I don't think this would be a typical issue for a normal dog. My dog is 100% Chocolate Lab

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  • Not challenging

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    I really wanted to love this and at first I did, BUT, after a few uses it is not what I hoped. The adjustable door was a selling factor to get my dog to work a little harder for kibble, but it ends up all the way open spilling tons of kibble or completely closed. I have tried super gluing the door in place daily. My dog now carries the bobber to her bed. Snaps open the glued door and lays there picking up and licking pieces right on out of this toy. She now lays down to eat!! I am looking for an interactive toy that keeps her moving and working for her food. This is not it :/

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  • Best Toy Bought By Far!!!

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    My little Leo (golden doodle) is super smart and I have bought other interactive toys to keep him busy and he just figures it out so quickly I feel like it's a waste of money. The Bob a Lot is totally worth every penny. It's big enough not to get trapped under furniture and it keeps him busy for longer than I expect. It's such a treat for me to see him so determined to figure it out. I LOVE IT AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!

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  • Not for chewers

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    I liked the concept of this toy, but wish it was made of a more durable material. Once our dog got all the treats out he completely destroyed the yellow plastic lid within minutes. We removed that and then he destroyed the exposed green part. We cut the green neck off and he still was able to keep chewing on the remaining piece. Do not get this if your dog is a serious chewer.

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  • It's a fun toy for sure

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    My fur baby Milo, a 2 y/o cockapoo loves to play with this fun toy! and be rewarded with treats! Milo loves the Bob-a-lot. The first time, he learned to play in 5 minutes. Usually he plays non-stopping until it's out of treats. And many times, he keeps playing even when there is no treats. It's very helpful when I'm leaving home for work, before he was used to bark and scratch the door. Now, I leave him playing with bob-a-lot and he even notices I'm leaving. Or he notices and go back to his play. Thanks bob-a lot!

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  • Stimulating entertainment!

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    My Rhodesian ridgeback was a little timid of this strange hard plastic contraption at first, but with some coaxing and teaching of how to tap at it and make treats come out, he plays with it on his own! It is a great stimulating toy, and also great for him as he doesn't eat much at meal time and prefers snacks and treats.

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