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My puppy loved this toy so much, I've brought some other similar toys but she's not that interested in them. but she plays with this one a lot the first day I gave it to her. The feature that I like the most is the adjustable feeder, so I can put in different sizes of treat inside and adjust the wideness of the feeder.
My dog love it so much. Another way to keep him active and healthy! good product
My dog absolutely loved loved this!!! It entertains him for a long time, and it��s something he really enjoys!
He will beg for it when he sees it empty, and then it will also burn a little energy because he��s having to concentrate for the treats to come out!
The truth is that it with your toy new kept, liked it!, efficiency in shipping. Thank You!
My 8 mo. old kitten is food-obsessed! He is always dragging loaves of bread off the counter, trying to jump into the trash can, & begging at his food dish (despite a clean bill of health from the vet). He figured this egg-shaped food/treat dispenser out quickly & it keeps him busy for 10+ minutes each meal (compared to 1-2). Even better, it wears him down enough he takes a decent nap. Lol Great design (wobbles vs rolls) & easy to clean. Highly recommend!
super cute thing for puppy. perfect for dogs fast food. slow feeder!
within 6 days.
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I'm satisfied!! Thank you so much . It��s really perfect.
My pup loves this! It's big enough that I know she wont try to swallow it but small enough for her to carry around. My dog is food obsessed and this keeps her entertained for awhile. Only downfall is that the switch to change to treat opening can easily be moved. My pup often closes it on accident.
Bought it for my cat. At first, they didnt know how to use. Was going to return, but next morning all the treat are gone. Guess they had good time. Keeping this.
Okay, first i want to say we got a 7 week old choc. Lab for Easter he gonbled food down so fast because he was use to fighting his siblings for food and puppy just don't understand so i figured i would look up a activity bowl to help him slow down and i came upon this little gadget. It hold about 3/4 cup of dry food or treats.. and it has 4 sets on it.. you can close it all the way open in a small amount for small food or slower food coming out.. then you can have it open have way or all the way.. my lab loves it and he still uses it at 11 weeks.. he caught on with with first use, and it has tubles down basement steps, been tooking outside by the pup, its durable and i would recommend this feeder to anyone who want to keep their fur friend busy or slow down their eating
Mark and Michael
Great interactive toy for the pups to keep them occupied for a while filling with food or treats. Seems durable so far. The only thing have noticed is the adjustible dispensor hole can be easily switched while being played with closing off preventing anything from coming our or open too much letting it all come out quicker.
?So my puppy enjoys the toy. I however do not enjoy it as much. Loading treats is kind of hard now that it��s all chewed up. And even from day one the top is hard to grip. Therefore making it hard to open. The lever on the bottom to make treat size adjustments is pretty easy to slide open. My puppy has played with it where it opens all the way and lets his treats out easily. So there are a few flaws however an okay product. Keep in mind this picture is from about a week of owning it. And only playing with it a couple hours a day.
Keep my doggies bussy for a long time.The hole is pretty small you need to choose a right size treat
Nice toy. Medium weight. Great for small and medium or gentle large dogs.
Only thing I wish was different, is the opening dial. Seems like any treats or kibbles I have (which are many), are either too big, making it impossible or too small, making it too easy. I need the ��inbetween�� setting.
Recommended for beginner treat puzzle dogs!
I can't speak for the teeth issue on these types of toys with smaller dogs... I have a 45 lb Corso and he loves this thing. It wobbles and he will knock it all around the house even without treats in it. It has not cracked or broken even with his abuse. Would buy another one if it ever did. It is a great addition to his toy stash.
This little thing definitely keeps my dog occupied for a few minutes. She gets frustrated when she can't get all the food at once but she figures it out. The only bad thing about it is that it is disgusting and slimy once she is done and I hate picking it up....but it does the job. I usually just use it when the weather is bad and we're stuck inside and I'm trying to occupy her time.
got this for my dog and she LOVES it. i love the fact that the hole size can be adjusted to accomodate different sized treats/kibble. great product.
I have a senior sheltie who has severe arthritis so it's very hard to get him to move or do any activity besides use the bathroom. However, I fill this ball with his food instead of treats and he loves it. It's great to see him excited and moving- even if it is just a little more!
This worked well, but the dog was easily able to change the size of the hole, and ended up chewing up the container in frustration to get the food.
This thing is so freaking sturdy! I have an extremely energetic, intelligent border collie mix and I use it to feed him his meals to keep him engaged. It's been about two weeks now and he still loves pushing it around and never gets bored of it. He's also pushed it down the stairs twice; the first time it fell one step at a time on carpeted steps, and it remained undamaged and unopened. The second time it fell a whole story onto concrete through the gap behind the stairs and the two piecs merely separated (spilling the food out) rather than breaking or cracking. The hole where the food comes out is also deep inside it, so small dogs can't get their jaws stuck like some of the other food dispensing balls I've seen. I'm very impressed!! I'd recommend to anyone who needs to keep their dog engaged constantly.
Make sure you buy one for every dog in the house. I only purchased two, and I have four dogs. I did not think my older dogs would be interested in this toy. They never seem too interested in puzzle toys, but I forgot how food motivated they are. The dog I purchased this for didn't get to play with it! My older dog took to it right away and was rolling it all over the living room, while my bully breed grabbed the second one and guarded it, nudging it between his paws. My puppy looked on wistfully, so I came back here to order more of these. Unfortunately, the bully breed dog also chewed up his so I am also purchasing a puzzle toy fit for an aggressive chewer. His treat ball technically still works, but it looks terrible. I would recommend.
I bought this when my puppy started eating the walls and ripping the pee pee pads when I wasn't home during the day. I fill it up with her remaining food from breakfast, and then throw. few treats in and she loves it! It keeps her busy throughout the day while I am gone and when I because her food is in there, provides a small snack for her during the day to hold her over until dinner. Don's be discouraged!! My dog was terrified of this toy in the beginning, but after a few days she started playing with it and she loves it! We have wooden floors, so it was a little loud in the beginning but then she got used to it!
It is really good quality for the price. The bottom is weighted so it tumbles and bobs. I bought one for both of my dogs. One is smart and the other... well, let's just say she isn't as motivated. This is simple and keeps them occupied for about 15 minutes. I put about 1/3 of a bag of Moist and Meaty dog food in it. It's a cheaper snack. If you are looking for simple and fun this does it.
I like to give this to my larger younger dog who is food obsessed so it takes him longer to eat. I most of his food in his bowl and then a half a cup in here to slow down his eating and give my older dog who is a slow eater time to finish his food. My biggest issues with it are that it is difficult to clean after crumbs and such build up and it frequently gets stuck under furniture because of its small size.
I bought this in Hope's of it helping my dog loose weight, (since she gobbles down her food so quick) i opened the top. Put in a cup of her dry dog food and sat it down.she didnt have any idea what to do with it at first. So I sat there playing on the floor with it in front of her. She didnt show any intrest in using it. I thought I'd end up having to return it... i left it on the floor and 15 minutes later I heard her playing with it! :) now she plays with it everyday.I really hope this helps her loose some weight.
Patrick G. Rabon
At first my dog just stared at me and whimpered when I started putting her treats in this toy, but after I "pawed" it around some and she got the idea, she does enjoy when the treat ball comes out. The distraction for her only lasts maybe 15-20 minutes, but she enjoys herself. I am using this on a rotation with other toys that required interaction to get the treats so she doesn't get board with it. The material has held well on this one (a previous one I purchased from another brand cracked/chipped within a few uses) through repeated uses. My dog weights 40 pounds, and she is not a heavy chewer, so it is working well for her.
That's is such a great product for our small dog. We got a stray back in July and heard that it's good for dogs to have things like this for them to work their mind during play.
My father-in-law recommended that we simply put the dry dog food in this toy so that he's not getting too many treats; great idea and it works like a charm!!! It has a small lever on the side so you can adjust the amount of dog food or treats that come out. When ours runs out of food, our dog goes nuts and starts playing with it and moving at all over the floor. I would absolutely recommend this item and even bought one for my nephews dog!! ??
Our dog loves this feeding toy. It's large enough to hold 3/4 cup of kibble which is her whole meal, and it takes her 10-15 minutes to eat it all. We started giving it to her on the carpet because it is pretty noisy banging around on hard surfaces and running into walls. The only thing I don't like is that she uses her paws to move it around to get the kibble out, and she very easily moves the slider that adjusts the hole size. So she'll accidentally either open it up all the way and all the food dumps out, or she closes it all the way and nothing comes out. We have been using masking tape to keep it in place but that only lasts a coupe of feedings so we'll need to figure something else out.
It's not very sturdy. My Labrador puppy destroyed it in less than a month. He was 3-4 months old at the time. He chewed at the seam until it broke apart. Then chewed on the seam so it couldn't be put back together.
I bought this as a way to get my dog to not *INHALE* her food and then vomit it back up. It works! She pushes it around and eats the kibble and it takes her 5x as long or longer, than eating from a dish. And that's if it's set to easily release kibble.
I set it where it's the hardest to get the kibble out, then leave it with her when I go to work, and it helps keep her busy while I'm gone.
I like how easy it is to fill. The dog likes it. I don't know that it "increases IQ" because all she has to do is nudge it around with her nose. But it keeps her busy for a while. Only thing I'd change is to somehow "lock" the size of the opening once you choose which size works. Sometimes the opening gets smaller and then my dog can't get any food out. To be fair, it could be my kids changing the size of the hole, and not a flaw in the product...
This is an amazing toy for my dog. He loved it so much and spent the whole afternoon trying to get those treats.
It is also a really good way to keep him entertained while I need to work.
Endless entertainment! And that's what's important, because my Loki IS a goddess of Mischief! She can chew / destroy anything and everything, but has not succeeded in chewing this! Very well made. Great idea. Highly recommend. I use Iams cat food in mine. Dog loves it, eating a bunch won't hurt her (it only holds about 1/2 - 3/4 cup) and it's cheaper and lasts longer than giving her bigger, more expensive dog treats.