|Toy Feature||Water Toy, Exercise, Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor||Water Toy, Exercise, Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor||Water Toy, Exercise, Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor||Water Toy, Exercise, Bouncy, Outdoor||Water Toy, Exercise, Bouncy, Outdoor|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers|
My 16-mo old Lab loves this chew toy. I like it because it’s soft enough that it won’t hurt her teeth, but it’s durable. I haven’t put any treats in it. It seems like it would be difficult to get them out.
This is hands down the best busy you out there. You can add something like pb, or we use the Plato sticks with the large and Blue Ridge Naturals sticks with the smalls - perfect snug fit. One stick usually takes her about 30 minutes to get through. An unexpected bonus is that her teeth have been cleaner since using these! All around an awesome toy, we couldn't recommend it more.
The bone holder is fantastic - it is perfect for 2 5 month old puppies love it!!!
My dog loves to chew and chase this toy. Very durable for his agressive chew style. Have only tried one stick treat in it but it makes him work a little harder for it!
I do like that this is stuff able however this brand makes better options.
My dog loves this toy and it is really durable. It can be challenging for me to find a suitable treat for stuffing. So far semi soft treats seem to work the best for my dog. Hard treats just fall out. I have frozen pumpkin in it and that works well except it is somewhat messy.
My dog loves this toy! It makes expensive chews like fish skins and bully sticks last longer, too.
We have a couple sizes of these, the dogs all want them. Even at the very end (waiting for the vet), he could barely walk but our buddy was licking PB and a chew stick out of his Qwizl and wouldn’t let the others have it.
My pups love chewing bullysticks, but because of the choking hazard of ingesting the last chunk of it before chewing it, I was holding them back. I tried using a tennis ball with slits cut on opposite sides and sliding the bullysticks (with force) through both slits, which worked for most. But, my new puppy (only 5 months & 8 lbs at the time) is a tenacious chewer and chewed bits of the tennis ball around the slits, allowing her to dislodge the bullystick from the tennis ball. The West Paw Qwizl Tough Treat Dispensing Dog Chew Toy works wonderfully and has solved our dilemma!
The only downside to this toy is that there isn't a perfect "stick" to put inside so you have to be creative. Works well with some of the West Paw frozen treat recipes (on their website). And, of course, there is always plain ole peanut butter. But I wouldn't put a bully stick in it or it will get stuck.