|Toy Feature||Training||Training||Training, Exercise, Outdoor||Squeaky||Squeaky|
|Material||Plastic||Plastic, Polypropylene||Plastic, Wood, Polypropylene||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys|
I have a five month old Blue Heeler (ACD) and I feed him sometimes via this. It didn’t take him long to figure out how it works. He has a sensitive look on his face when he delicately touches it. Afterwards, he relaxes. He is eating dinner right now from it. It definitely helps slow an eating process. I would purchase this again if it broke and highly recommend it for someone who is thinking of buying an interactive toy. Whatever you put in does spill around a good area. But there is no mess leftover. He just finished and is laying nicely next to it.
Our dog took to this pretty quickly once he was shown how to do it. The problem is finding treats small enough to fall through the holes when he spins it. Also, the plastic containers are long so when the dog spins it kind of fast, the centrifugal force won’t let the treat fall out. He gets a bit frustrated by this.