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|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|
I purchased both Puzzle Toys in size Large and Small and my Little Man was delighted, occupied for hours getting the small treats out which I had hidden in them. The larger of the toys proved to be a bit too heavy and altogether too large for my 14 lb. Cava-Poo-Chon (and with the suggestion of Chewy.com donated to a lucky recipient with stronger jaws and teeth) So size and weight of your pet are definitely important to consider when choosing a Large or Small of these toys as they create a marvelous distraction when you are in need of a little Peace and Quiet with a dog who is focused and entertained by this great Puzzle Toy. Made of a super sturdy material, yet soft and bendable and free of harmful ingredients for pets, this wonderful toy comes heartily recommended!
I’ve purchased 20+ of these for family and friends because they are a fantastic enrichment toy! Toss a tablespoon of yogurt into bottom then freeze for a great lick treat. Buy 2 (one size smaller than the other) toss treats in, put them together and dog works to get treats out of holes.. love these!
I have some of these for more than 3 years and they outlast my tough chewers! Our favorite thing to do with these is fill them with kibble and wet chow and freeze them for hot days when we just can’t work our dogs. It keeps them busy, happy, and cool! The next size smaller screws into these and you can double up the treats, but one works just fine too. High quality and made in Montana. Absolutely worth the investment!
Even my smaller dog who usually doesn’t like toys like this, spent about an hour eating her dinner from it. I put meat in the bottom and froze it. Then Added her kibble with yogurt and froze it again. She loved it! My other pups love it too. I thought it seemed a little expensive but not I’d say it’s worth the price.
I have a 5 and 7 pound chihuahua. 18 months and 10 months. The small is a fun activity for them. I often use it to replace their food bowl. Other times I use it for meal prep and freeze them. I also sprinkle liver dust inside for just licking activity. I do notice they get bored and tired if I use it daily but this was after a few months. Now we are taking a break but definitely will keep it as a regular thing. We ended up getting all 3 colors when it was on sale for 15.99!
My senior Boston gets very bored and restless in the evenings and it turns out this toy is a great way to keep him entertained for a few minutes in addition to providing some mental stimulation. It only takes him 5 minutes or less to get the treats out (by chewing, tossing, or rolling the toy around). But after he’s done he’s so pleased with himself he parades around the house carrying it and then settles down to take a nap with it. The material is quite sturdy and has stood up to his chewing with no damage so far.
Bought the large size for our 37 pound mix breed pup. Great quality. She's a moderate chewer and we haven't had any issues with her trying to chew it up. Large is great for feeding meals. Small sized Toppl would be perfect for feeding a small snack.
My dogs weren't huge fans of it. The one that liked it demolished it within a minute of eating the treat contents... in otherwords... he started to tear it apart. Good for some dogs, just not a strong enough treat dispenser for my dog.
Super enrichment for a 12-y-o border collie who is not destructive nor a terribly strong chewer. The little silicone fingers at the bottom hold goodies like frozen peas, crumbs from the bottom of his treat pouch, bits of meat, etc. I fill the rest of the cavity with layers of canned pumpkin and greek yogurt, into which I have mixed more of all of the above tasty bits. Then I pop it into the freezer for later use as a surprise treat for settling in an open crate. Licking the contents out of the Toppl takes him 15-20 minutes. Licking behavior is calming and best done on a toy like this, rather than a leg or paw. Of course my dog gets a significant amount of outdoor exercise every day, along with several play sessions, as well as several brief sessions of positive reinforcement training that keep him intellectually stimulated as well. This toy is not a replacement but a fun adjunct to exercise, play and training. It relieves boredom for our dog while we catch an NBA game, and leaves him feeling quite satisfied with his evening. Note: it is insane that this comments section does not allow an accent on pumpkin puree, nor quotation marks or even so much as a possessive or word contraction apostrophe. All are apparently considered (quote) emojis (end quote), which is disallowed, and means re-typing an entire review. [irritated emoji-face]
I got this to fit inside the large toy, which is how it’s designed. My dog chewed it up the second time he had it. Waiting for a response from west paw since they have a guarantee