|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, Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor||Water Toy, Exercise, Tough Chewer, Bouncy, Outdoor|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers|
I got this for my Cattle Dog. I like putting her breakfast and dinner inside this toy instead of in a bowl, and she loves it. I have given her dry food as well as wet food, and a mix of both using this thing. The reason it has 4 stars is that it's the first toy I've had with her that actually wore out and needs replacing. The parts inside the hollow cavity inside the toy completely came off. They all broke off at the bases. It could be that putting freshly-cooked scrambled eggs inside the toy while preparing her meals weakened them. I couldn't find out how heat-resistant this thing was, but it seemed to be just fine going through the dishwasher. That said, I just decided to get another one. It's easy to clean. I'm going to avoid putting hot foods in it from now on and just use it for treats.
I bought the large and small to fit together to feed my puppy his kibble. I feed half in the Toppl and half in a bowl and he prefers the challenge of the Toppl. He’s a destructive chewer but these have held up well.
My pups and I absolutely love these. I use the small for treats like peanut butter or yogurt and the large to feed them their meals when I need to keep the occupied for a good bit of time. The only improvement I would recommend is a size between small (1/4 cup) and large (1 1/4 cup I think).
My dog is a very picky eater. I have just discovered that if I stuff his food inside an old marrow bone, he'll eat it. I was looking for a rubber marrow bone and found this. My dog won't have anything to do with this. I don't understand how to use this, but I guess I'll give it to someone who can figure it out.
I stuff it with all kinds of things. It can be fresh or frozen. Some favorites includes a bit of cream cheese, kibble, liver, canned dog food, etc..... Keeps my guy happy while we eat our meals in peace. Better than a kong at this point because my puppy can actually get his tongue in there to work on the food.
I own three of these now and have been using them for four weeks. They are life savers. I soak my pup's kibble in water, put it in toppls, and then freeze them. Keeps him busy for an hour. I prefer them to kongs because my puppy can actually reach all the contents, which he can't do with kongs. They're great quality and the fact that they're dishwasher safe is a plus.
My four month old golden retriever loves this toy. It is very sturdy and can handle a strong chewer.
When the frozen yogurt was gone, she quickly chewed the edges off. Not so tough...
Excellent for stuffing and freezing. Large is perfect for my Siberian Husky and it's large enough to layer with different flavors so he won't get bored. Easy to clean, easy to stuff, and bring with you in a cooler for traveling.
We used to be a Kong household, but my dog would have trouble getting that last inch or two of food out (we mix wet food, pumpkin, yogurt, etc., and freeze for a deliciously tricky meal). The first time we used the toppl, he licked it clean! Highly recommend for adding to your puzzle/slow feeder/treat-dispensing arsenal.