It is made of high-strength, food-grade material. The top screws are removed for easy filling.
👤I bought the Starmark Bob-A-Lot and the Kong Wobbler at the same time. The KONG Wobbler is more convenient for my dog to knock out treats. The Starmark is nice because you can change it. You can put treats on the little platform if you remove the top of the hive from the base. You can put treats in the top of the Starmark if you remove the yellow one. There is a small switch inside that you can pull to the size you want. There is a switch on the side of the toy where the treats come out. The StarMark wobbling toy is more sturdy than the KONG version. The StarMark seems to be more durable than the KONG version, and I feel like the threading is going to wear down faster. My dog likes to pick it up and drop it. I think this one will stand the test of time, even though my dog prefers the KONG. He has been playing with these for several months and has not broken either one yet. The 55lb super chewer is from 1.5 years old.
👤My dog is very picky, but he will eat anything he can get his paws on. The toy helped out a lot. Also doubles as a hat. We are not men.
👤My dog had an accident with this toy. He is a lab mix. He likes to hit the toy. He got his first claw and pad stuck inside the hole after hitting it. There was chaos and panic. I thought he broke his claw. I thought I'd have to use a jig saw to break it off. I muzzled him and got his claw back through after we calmed down, but we won't play with this again, and I won't pass it on to another dog of similar size. This problem is rare, but could happen to another dog of this size. I left it filled with treats for him to discover while I was at work, so please reconsider leaving this out for your dog to play with when you're not around. I was horrified that this could have happened while I was out.
👤We love playing with this toy. It keeps our husky mix puppy busy for a long time. He goes crazy when we put a mix of his dry dog food and a small amount of training treats in it. Sometimes it is too much, too easily. I think it depends on the size of the treats you use to fill it with. We put a little "lip" made of duct tape at the bottom of the hole on the inside and it seemed to help a lot. Our dog is a power-chewer and has not been able to destroy this toy, even though he has destroyed many other Kongs. We love it as much as he does.
👤My puppy was crazy for this. The IQ balls are hard to roll around because they are stuck under furniture, but it is better that it is not. It is strong. The hole in the food dispensers is not adjusted, so I took off one star. My dog was able to get all the food out in a few minutes. Updating to 5 stars. It's the only thing I use now after having it for a year.
It's a great gift for Christmas and New Year, with five different toys. You can get all the toy balls in one purchase. Puppies can be given 5 different experiences at a time. All toy balls are made from healthy materials. You will know which kind it is. Plastic toy balls are not good for puppies. Small hard plastic fragments can be swallowed by dogs. Loud noises made by hard plastic toys are unpleasant. Skeaky Ball and toys for boredom. There are dog toys for boredom. They work well as a distraction and leave him for a bit. The ball can make a noise when it is squeezed. It can keep the puppy busy and out of boredom. Pets can be mentally and physically stimulated by the food toy. An example of rubber ball and rope toys for outdoor play. A boy is an aggressive chewer. He chews the elastic rubber ball for hours every day because he wants to destroy it. He hasn't succeeded after a few weeks. The rubber jumping ball and rope toy is a better choice for less aggressive chewers. The weight is suitable for ball- throwing and ball-picking fetch game, and they're strong and durable to chew. The dog chew toys ball can be used as a toothbrush chew toy. The nubs will brush teeth if the treats are put into them.
👤When the big day came, we were so excited. It was a big day for her. We were not sure if it would come due to illness. When we helped her unwrap her present, the balls all fell out and rolled on the floor, you should have seen the look on her face. We were excited to see which balls she liked the best. She was not happy with this... We let her be. She settled on the rope ball. She chews on it. She wants us to stop visiting her at the nursing home. You think grandma would be more appreciative? Oh well. Even though the nurses have called the authorities, we are still pleased with our purchase. We highly recommend this pack. This is a good purchase because of the variety of balls and how they can be used.
👤The toys are very hard. They are perfect for Ka$h. He chews tennis balls like meat. The Treat toy was amazing and gave him more of a challenge. One of his favorites. If your pet has strong jaws, it's a good buy.
👤Two weeks ago, I got my blue heeler. He was 9 weeks old today and he loves these toys. We have learned how to fetch and now we understand the yellow ball. The rope ball helps save my skin when he is a bit nippy.
👤The quality of these combs is very good. I use the large comb the most. As she relaxes, my 3 month old Cavachon loves to be combed and brushed. It only took a few times of thorough combing for Daisy to realize she loves being combed when she sleeps or goes to bed. I was surprised when I tried the tear stain comb. Daisy let me comb through the tear stains under her eyes. She made it easy. I comb her hair every day. This set of combs is great for combing. I highly recommend!
👤The yellow and orange balls were not as durable as the others. I have a 2 year old dog that I go through his toys with. Kong is the only toy that can hold up to him. These did not do bad. I like that they came in a variety because he loves chewing through the balls. He unties the knot. The red ball is close to the Kong and his favorite. The red and green balls are left. He chewed through the ball. Not bad. Once he has done with the other two, he may order again.
👤These toys are great for my dogs. I have had them for a while now and they still play with me. I haven't had any issues where they have been able to chew them up except for the yarn ball, my little one loves shredding so he definitely been taking his time. If you have a dog that likes to chew on things, this is a great recommendation.
👤I wouldn't recommend it. The treat ball was the reason I bought it. My dog likes treat balls. This one was different. The treat ball is the main reason I don't like my purchase. You can't put anything in it. It's too easy for your dog to get everything. It makes a mess when you break up treats to try and cram them in. You'd think it could fit big treats, since the description says it's for big dogs. Not a chance. The rest of the balls are strong. I don't like my purchase.
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👤I searched for puzzles for smart dogs. This one showed up. The difficult level was supposed to be adjusted. It isn't easy. I will entertain the dog for a while. I don't recommend buying unless your puppy is at least 4 months old.
👤My mini and standard poodle enjoy the puzzle. I fill half of the compartments with a small treat. My dog finds the treats first and then goes back for the food. They have fun pushing the pieces around to find their treats.
👤This is a pretzel. My Pyrenees is 10 months old. Pretzel eats everything, chairs, hoses, cords, buckets, and everything he shouldn't. I was worried he would be bored if I was not at work. I thought it would be a waste of money, as pretzel eats everything. I was surprised that he did not destroy this. He likes it. He did the puzzle quickly but never destroyed it. Success! Very well made, super durable.
👤It's a waste of money. My chocolate lab pounced on something because he was so excited, after he slid the things around with his paws. We got out of this in about 2 minutes. It was very frustrating.
👤This is the easiest puzzle feeding toy I have ever seen for a dog, and the hardest for a human. My dog cleared it in under 30 seconds. From there she got faster. It takes longer for the dog to find and eat the treats than it does for the food to be put in. It takes my dog more time to clear the open snuffle mat. A Kong tumble-feeder, which she uses every day and takes just a few seconds to fill, will keep her entertained for a good 10 minutes. This toy has a dollar-store feel, but not a matching price, and it is extremely suspect. If you want to remove some of the covers to make it easier, you have to remove two phillips screws and open the clips with a flat screwdriver. Even though it is technically possible, it doesn't seem like it was designed to be adjusted.
👤It is not the best puzzle for energetic large breed older puppies. She found that dumping it over gave the pieces a quicker pace. She found that she could chew off the rubber feet on the bottom. This was her first time with the puzzle. It would be better for an older or more reserved dog who is not prone to dumping and chewing parts. It is very difficult to clean and hold water.
👤My child is too smart to figure out enrichment toys on her own. This one makes her work and she can't cheat by flipping it upside down. If you only add treats to the game, it should be fine, but I like to use them when feeding her, she has a sensitive tummy, so it's hard to give her treats. It's a great product, but be aware it won't hold large amounts.
👤I've been looking into dog enrichment for my dog. I feel like he gets bored when he doesn't go to the park or walks because of work and sometimes I can't spend as much time with him. I think this is a good way to keep him entertained and not give him treats so easily. He is too smart for it and used his nose to move the pieces out of the way. He doesn't waste time opening the ones that don't have treats. I still gave it five stars because it does exactly what it says it will do, and is cute.
The blue dog toy ball is bite resistant and safe for your puppy to play with. It can be stuffed with a pet snack and your pets will love it. Not for arrogant chefs. Automatic and intelligent dogs toYS: Dog puzzle toys are built to create different routes and unexpected movements, and do not require manual operation. The electronic dog bristle is ausbrechargeable. The dog toys can be charged with theusb port. Automatic dog bones built-in 850 mAh battery, charging for 1 hour, lasting more than 2 hours in interactive mode, and longer in sleep mode. The device should be turned off before being used. Entertainment and exercise play bugger. Automatic dog toys make dogs excited to chase, bite and run. A moving dog toy can help your dog exercise. It's a good idea to suggest on the hardwood floor for the best result and battery consumption. The electronic dog toys are easy to use. It's not for Aggressive Chewers. Press on/off button of dog toy and indicator lights green, put it on the ground and pat to make it work, then move again after being patted. It is easy to clean and replace. It is easy to take off the dog bone protecting cover. Refer to the product picture steps if you want to remove external accessories. 100% satisfaction service in the area. Feel free to contact them with any issues.
👤In about 10 minutes, my dog pulls off one of the rubber parts of the end cap, the other is coming off, as you can see in the picture. I was hoping the toy would last longer before my first replacement, based on the reviews and price I paid. If my dog breaks the toy in 10 minutes, I will have to pay $12 for the replacement parts. They asked me for the picture after giving me a commercial video. I sent a picture of the broken toy on Oct 13 and didn't hear back from them. I received a response from the manufacturer apologizing for the delay of their response, which was a nice and professional gesture. They gave me a new toy. I bought a toy that was sent last but I wanted to see if it was different from the one they sent. The replacement parts I bought. I'm changing the start time from 1 to 5.
👤It works well and is a great toy. Fast shipping and all intact. The problem we had with it was when we put it down for the dogs to play with, they would chase it around for 60 seconds before it would get stuck under something and they would lose interest. I think it's not worth the price. I threw it away because I was afraid they'd get to the electric parts. If you have a dog who chews, this toy won't hold up.
👤It was a disappointment. The instructions are a joke. Who is told to remove the item from the box? They don't explain how to do the rest of what they tell you to do. Nothing. No. Even if they did, they would be impossible to read because of the cheap, faded ink. They talk about a cover that is hard to find because it doesn't look like a cover. There is a green flap in the middle. They call it a cover. The function of it is to cover the charging port, but it looks like anything but and there is no way to get it off. There is no open/close apparatus at all. It is solid, as there is no seam. They don't tell you where to find it, so you know where to look. No directions, no diagram, and nothing on the thing. You have to figure out how to get the white ends off, without any instructions or diagrams. They are tightly fitted onto the white core. One would think that they must do something, but not. They are so tightly stuck onto the white core that pulling seems to be the only thing left to try, so one fears breaking it. The tight adherence makes the thingdurable and not letting the ends slip off is great. A pull instruction would do the trick. You have to call Superman to see if he can do it. The green "cover" is back. There was no hint as to how to get it off. I earned an advanced degree with a 4.0 and am very mechanically-minded. It might pull if you know that it has to slide first. This is worse than the end. He suggested that Superman call in the Hulk. Both now have hernias, but they got it off together. If I were to keep this thing, I can't imagine having to go through the strongman rigmarole to get to the charging port. It took me 45 minutes. To take 5 at the most. The on/off button is the next task. It will take some time to find, but it is not as hidden as the rest of it. It worked until it bumped into something. If you give it a nudging, it will start again, but if you don't, it will sit there until it runs out of energy. I thought it might have been sitting for a long time before it activated again. Nope. It sat for a while. It would stop in the middle of the floor without bumping into anything. Unless I bumped it, I won't go out again. I waited long enough for it to move on its own, but not a cigar. I don't know why they have a "no fear" label on the box cover, as some dogs will definitely be afraid of it. That's about my dog, not the product. It's just one more thing. This is the least of the problems with the product, but it is already expensive. They put it in a box that is hard to open. It would make sense if this were a gift box for a cell phone or perfume. I would rather pay less and get a regular box. I don't think I'd throw this thing in the trash. I wouldn't throw that part in the trash. This thing is not worth $45. I immediately returned it.
The plush cactus is packed with interactive elements that are perfect for shredding, trashing, and squeaking. This toy is designed to be destroyed, with a smaller squeaker inside to surprise your pup and make for long lasting playtimes. This toy is safe for all pups to play with because it is non-toxic. It's great for playing, fetching, or tug of war. It's a fun addition to your dog's lifestyle. Outlast and beat other dog toys. Thoroughly-tested. A high quality, detailed designed dog toy can keep your pup entertained and safe. Great for large dogs. It's perfect for bonding and relationship building. The 2-in-1 toy is fun for your pup and a great bonding experience for you both. Consuela's whip-n-flip arms make playtime fun. The added benefit of playful stress relief is that your dog is sure to have a ball.
👤I am glad I tried this Bark box. I have a 7 month old husky who is a pretty aggressive chewer, but he has yet to open the toy to get it inside. I like the idea of a toy. Once he finally opens it. It will be a nice surprise for him to find another toy. That's a win for both of us. I think so. It seems like a great buy so far. How long will it take for my dog to get it torn open? Will be updating once that happens! I ordered a bark box interactive toy in January 2020. I am so glad I did this time. My dog likes the acorn but hasn't torn it open like he does with his other toys. The cactus is his new favorite toy. I will keep buying these. Absolutely amazing dog toy. My dog is happy and I don't like to clean it up.
👤I bought one for my mom and one for our corgi. They have become the favorite toys for both dogs. The outer cover is still in tact, even though the super chewer is destroying him. The corgi is fetching his owner.
👤This is the perfect toy for a dog that likes to rip toys. My dog likes to rip out the stuffing and play with the toy, which is a nice surprise. My dog ripped the second one to shreds and the blue spikey ball that is underneath is a lot of fun and can be destroyed easily. It's perfect for rough dogs.
👤My basset hound was 3 years old last week. He loved it! The squeaker is still making noise. He pulled all of the spikes out right away. It will take him a while to get to the inner toys. I would recommend this!
👤I was hoping for a dog toy. My dog definitely is an aggressive chewer. I gave the toy to her and within 5 minutes she had pulled open the leaves and eaten a chunk of plastic that was filling the leaves to make a crinkle. I took the photos and she pulled the leaf off. If it was just the pineapple head, the skinny leaves were too easy for her to shred and tear off. It's concerning that they put pieces of plastic in a toy for a dog to chew on. It would be easy for a dog to swallow the plastic.
👤I had the urge to smell it after I got it out of the box, and it kind of smelled like pineapple/pina colada not really sure which one. My dog has had bad tummy pains from eating stuffing, so it is good that there is no actual stuffing. This toy is going to last forever because it has two layers wrapped around a rubber ball. The pineapple top is very hard. I think it will be a good toy for my dog, but I don't think he will be able to pick it up from the yellow ball part because it's too big. I will not be able to give him it for another 6 weeks when I go home for winter break. Hopefully I will remember to update this review. He can't fit the ball in his mouth, but he grabs it by the green part. He won't fetch it when I throw it. The first thing he focused on was the tag.
The toy is great for dogs digestion and controls the eating speed of your pets. When the slow food toy is pushed by pets, it will roll and leak out snacks and the toy will attract dogs' attention, just fill the toy with your dogs favorite treats. The interactive chase toy has a puzzle and food treat dispensers. The pet pushes it in order to get food. The dog treat dispensers are designed to limit the amount of treats your dog gets while encouraging more extended playtime. This is not a chewed toy and is intended for supervised playtime. The interactive toy is easy to use. The dog interactive chase toys are sturdy. TYPE is a soft rubber roller that is more silent when rolling. Do not leave toys with pets. If toy is damaged, remove and replace it. They provide a lifetime return service if the product has quality problems.
👤My dog is enjoying playing with this toy. He chases it all over the room and doesn't seem to tire of it. I don't think he's a big chewer but so far, I don't see any teeth marks. It's great for giving out little treats. It is easy to fill. I use puppy food and other small treats and they go in easily, the top screws on securely, and then the treats are easy to get as the dog plays. My dog plays with it even after no more treats come out, but this helps keep him engaged. I think he loves the chase aspect. I would recommend this toy for small and medium dogs. I'm not sure how large dogs would use it. This is my honest opinion. I did not receive any compensation for my review of this product.
👤I have a Maine Coon cat that is very playful and food motivated, so I decided to try this. It does work as intended, but it is disappointing. They have to push it to get the food out because it is heavy. I have to use big kibble for my stupid cats who eatpurge-eat, so if I don't use bigger kibble, they don't chew it and make themselves sick. It is not actually that big for dogs. I mix their big food with a bag of smaller kibble to try it. Anything with a diameter of more than about 1/6” will not fit. That is similar to standard cat food size. The rattle is muffled by the labyrinth so it doesn't make any sounds. If something else moves the toy and a piece falls out, they will eat the food, but they don't connect the food with the toy being the source, but they won't chase or boop at the toy. There is a If you have a small dog that can't chew off the end, it might be a good idea. I understand that if I had a small dog as the pictures show, maybe it would work, but would not buy again. Even if I had a dog, I would think this was overpriced and boring, even if I used it for cats. A big dog would chew off the end of the toy if it was a challenge to get the end off.
👤A pit bull puppy chews everything. This toy makes her happy. The treats need to be broken up or small. I would recommend this toy to any dog.
👤The toy concept is good. If you put some small treats or kibble inside, your dog will roll it around as it goes through one of two labyrinths to get out a hole. My dog likes this toy. She used it for the first time and it was great. The rubber end caps did not stand up to her bites the second time she tried them. They tore. If your dog has no teeth, or doesn't chew on toys, this might be a fun option. If your dog chews at all, it's too risky. This won't hold up, and could break off dangerous pieces your dog could swallow.
There is an Interactive Treat Discipline. As your pups sniff, paw, and play to retrieve the tasty rewards of a treat, the Orbee-Tuff Snoop toy will keep them engaged. Made in the U.S.A., it's made out of lead, orbee-tuff, andBPA. Mint oil is used to keep your dog's breath clean. It's great for pups who want to eat their treats quickly, the Orbee-Tuff Snoop gives them treats at a slower pace that's better for digestion. The challenge should be increased with an honeybee. The ball is in the air. The Orbee Nook ball is for brainy pups who want to have fun. It's easy to add an extra challenge to the opening of the Snoop. Play it safe. There is no toy that is impervious to damage. Do not leave toys with pets. If toy is damaged, remove and replace it.
👤It is very thick and durable. Our 95 lbs bouvier has a large mouth and loves playing with toys. Use larger treats to extend the playtime. "Sterling" demands play with this twice a day. The challenge has been to not treat him badly. I have observed that he developed his understanding and techniques in three stages: 1) Initial confusion moved into using his long tongs to remove treats, which gradually transitioned into 2) ROLLING, which became 3)SNAP ROLLING. As time goes on, he starts using the 4) low drop, bouncing the treats out, moving into the 5) high drop, and finally with the last, reluctant treats, he resorts to his 6) whiplash down. It took him a couple of weeks to learn the styles, but now he uses them as he sees fit.
👤We stuffed a few small bone-shaped treats in it after rinsing it off. I think I should put in 5 or 6. She flipped it over and a few fell out of the opening when she took it from me, but that was my fault. She had to work hard to get the rest of the treats out after the first few fell out, because we have a very smart dog, so usually these kinds of things only entertain her for about 2 minutes. If that is the case. She has one treat left in there, and she has been going at it for at least 15-20 minutes. Her tail has been wagging all the time, and she has been playing with it, chewing on it and flinging it around. She is less likely to break it or tear it because it is squishy. It has held up well so far. She is not able to go to doggy daycare on a regular basis because she is social distancing at home with us. She was getting depressed and the vet suggested some toys. The winner is the rapper.
👤I bought this to keep my pig entertained. Until the pellets are gone. Is it possible to get a "miniature" pig? I got mine from a breeder that could weigh up to 60 lbs. You end up with way more to love when you buy a baby from the breeders. He's cool but not what I thought I was getting into. Sorry for the advice.
👤I have a golden retriever who loves to play with toys. We have accumulated around 15 of these toys and I find myself going back to this one over and over again. I have found it to be the best for feeding a meal. I add baby carrots and apple slices to make it more of a challenge for her, because it holds a good amount of food. If I wedge two apple slices to block the hole that gives treats, it makes it more difficult for her to finish her meal, as it takes her a good 30 minutes to finish her meal. If I just add food, she will be busied for a few minutes. The pros of this dispensers are: -versatility of handling many sizes of food. It is easy to fill and clean, and she is very quiet while playing with it. It is large enough that it doesn't roll under furniture or get stuck under cabinets. I don't leave her alone with it and immediately remove it when she finishes her food, because it's not a chew toy. It's ok to do that, but I'd be worried about her swallowing the plastic. When I leave her alone in her crate, I give her other treat toys. It would not be good for anything other than dry food or treats. It wouldn't work if there was wet food or peanut butter. The product was made by a small company in the USA. I highly recommend it.
The dog puzzle toy is fun to play with. This puzzle is designed to keep you pup mentally engaged for hours of play. There is a 2-in-1 fun. The Outward Hound Puzzle Cube can be used to challenge your dog's problem-solving skills or to play with the balls and toss them. Outward Hound's rubber cage and squeaky tennis balls are durable and brightly colored for fun that can be enjoyed indoors or out. To clean the Puzzle Cube, simply remove the tennis balls and rinse the outer rubber cage with warm water and mild soap. Play it safe. There is no toy that is impervious to damage. Do not leave toys with pets. If toy is damaged, remove and replace it.
👤I have a 1.5yr old Australian dog who plays all the time. He's a needy thing, but I love him to death. He's dropping tennis balls in between the curtains while I'm in the shower. He loves this toy. Anything that will get him to leave me alone for 20 minutes gets 5 stars from me. He can get the balls out with relative ease, but he seems to enjoy tossing them around. He gets out of my hair for at least 15 minutes every time he pops a couple balls inside and tosses them, until I stick them back in. I can tell from the material that the toy wouldn't hold up long to a chewer, even though my boy is gentle on toys. It is strong enough for a tug of war. The balls that are included are also called squeaky balls. The balls are loud. If you can't handle listening to your dog relentlessly whine at you, you might want to replace it with normal balls.
👤Our dogs are destructive chewers, so this toy lasted about 10 minutes, and while it looked very promising as they wrestled with how to get the balls out, their eventual solution was to just chew through the bars. We had to throw it away because we were afraid they would swallow it and upset their stomach. I think it would be a great toy for our dogs, but it didn't last long for them. If my experience with it had lasted longer, I would recommend this if your dogs don't chew toys. If your dogs don't chew through their toys, please ignore this review. They might destroy it quickly.
👤I was pleasantly surprised. The rubber is tough for my chewer to chew, and the balls inside make him want to get them out, rather than chew it. This has given me hours of entertainment and I watched him try to figure out how to get the balls out. It arrived in time for us to get snowed in, but it took my dog several hours to figure out the balls came out of the cube, and then another day or two before he could consistently get them out in under 5 minutes. This toy is perfect for a dog with a narrow face. He grabs it and runs around the house to show you his favorite. He can get the balls out of the cube by squeezing them. I don't think this rubber would hold up to the amount of tug of war that he would try to start. The tennis balls were not particularly durable and the smaller one may pose a choking hazard if chewed on. I replaced the tennis ball that he ripped in half with a normal tennis ball because he was not as excited about it. I've been trying to save the little one as much as I can, because it's mostly ignored and just in the way. The way he pulled the balls out was by grabbing the fluff on them and stretching them out one by one, so I tied a ribbon around it. That worked. I'll likely be tying that together soon as the other parallel side has also stretched out.
To satisfy the instincts of the dogs, theESSENTIAL KIT FOR THE PUP is a must. The pack contains a toothbrush, food treat, snuffle mat, and a dog chew toy. Is your pet eating too much? Slow feeding toys can help your dog digest. They will bring many hours of mental stimulation. It's not necessary to look for the best toys for your dog. Dogs between 25 and 80 lbs. will love their toys. Small dogs and large puppies can still enjoy the licking pad and snuffle mat. The bundle of toys is perfect for households with more than one pet. Do you celebrate a dog's birthday or surprise a fellow dog lover? Their interactive puzzle toys are great for dogs. This gift will be appreciated by both the pet and the owner. There are no chew toys in these toys, except for the alligator. There are no toys that are impervious to damage. If you have a dog who is going to tear apart every toy they get, please teach them how to use them correctly. Keep an eye out for wear and tear.
👤I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this box. I have been refreshing my dogs toys and trying to get her more enriching toys, which are a staple in our house. The alligator tooth brushing toy is my favorite so far, as I am trying to stretch out the excitement, but I haven't tested it yet. I mix up peanut butter and toothpaste with dog toothpaste to keep her happy, as it is an alternative to brushing her teeth with dog toothpaste and rubber finger brushes. Highly recommend! I'm interested to see how she handles the felt snuffle mat, but I'm not sure that will last.
👤My dog chewed a hole in the blue weeble-wobble food dispensers to get the food he wanted. I put his food in a rug. He picked it up and dragged it all over the house, tossing it in the air and spilling his food all over. He ripped the felt pieces off the toy as I was picking up food. The green alligator head is still alive and we haven't tried the blue lick mat yet.
👤These toys are great. My dogs love them. The toys are sturdy and do a great job of providing enrichment for my kids who are variable in energy, ambition, and intelligence. Being big and being aggressive chewers are the only things they all have in common. The snuffle mat is not very durable. Only one of my dogs did not pull out the material. I only use it for feeding the good one his meals. Even with that one nosing around normally, a piece comes out frequently, but there are so many it hasn't made a difference in the 2 months I've had it. I use the blue wobble treat dispensers for other dogs and for treats in between meals for all of them. I bought a few different styles of interactive treat dispensers and this one is the only one that my dogs have figured out how to use. Pit bulls and Berner chew on toys and cause superficial damage to the hard plastic from chewing on it. The snuffle mat is the only thing in this box that I bought. The alligator toy is not very difficult to play with. Dogs with strong jaws like to work to make it squeak because it takes a hard squeeze or impact to make it. Again, stood up to the chewers. The little pipe cleaner that comes with it is very useful for cleaning it. My kids have not been able to unstick the cups on the lick mat. I was surprised that none of them seem to be interested in chewing up the mat itself. It has been great for my dogs, especially the lazy, less bright one that doesn't want to move toys around for treats. It was nice for one when she had to stay in a kennel for a few weeks during her recovery from her surgery, but she was able to walk around a lot. I put peanut butter on it and freeze it. She has relatively few calories compared to other things that engage her the same amount of time. This box is very good. I did, but this one says for medium dogs, and it is big enough for my bigger dogs.
There are two modes for bouncing and shaking. Every 1.5h, the auto works for 5 minutes. A dog toy. It's a good idea for second mode. The interactive dog toy will vibrate to move if you switch it on. The dog will feel that it's more than a quiet ball and that it's excited to chase, bite, run, and chew. All day, play with your dog. Do not use on thick carpet. Squeezing dog toothpaste outside the surface can maintain your dog's dental hygiene. You can make chewing for your dog more fun by applying peanut butter. Premium rubber material provides long- lasting chew and play. Don't let your dog bite the sofa, clothes, or shoes. Don't chew destructively, save your furniture, and build proper chewing habits. Medium-large dogs are suited for large dog toys. The dog toys are sturdy, but there are no toys that are impervious to damage.
👤The seller has made every effort to make this right despite the fact that this product did not work for my dog. I appreciate that. Some dogs don't like toys. The seller is trying to provide good customer service. Two dogs, a lab and a bulldog, neither wanted to interact with it, so just stared at it. It's too heavy and cumbersome to carry around. The toy was not successful. Not cheap!
👤My dog chewed it open for an hour. He was able to turn the cover that holds the square thing with his teeth. After watching the video they had with another dog, Sad paid too much and had high hopes.
👤I have a German Shepherd that is very anxious. This toy keeps her focused when I leave for work. She loves this toy and it has been a lifesaver. When I watch her on the doggy cam, she is preoccupied for a long time, then falls asleep, because I fill it up with peanut butter. It is amazing.
👤I have a gsd that I love and he kept my dog interested for hours, but it did not love my dog, it was scared, but after 4 days it was ok. He was able to make the lid pop off. If they make it stronger near the rim, it would be a great toy for large pips, but it might not be a good idea for large dogs.
👤My dog likes the toy. He likes it without the motor on, but will still play with it.
👤The toy is well made and will entertain your dog. It is only for large dogs. My dog is too heavy to play with. A friend of mine has a larger dog and he loves it. Customer service was great.
👤It is a great toy for dogs. My pit bulls were playing with each other. My dogs squeezed the toys to the point that the lid popped off, because the pit bulls have strong jaws. They brought me the internal electronic device, rather than chewing on it, because they are good dogs. It is a great dog toy. If your dogs are strong chewers, you should keep an eye on them while they chew.
👤My dog had it for two minutes and it was coming apart. It would be cool for other dogs.
Natural TPR materials are used to make dog toys which are safe and harmless. Even large dogs can be used with confidence and increase the service life of tug of war rope toy. The dog interactive toys are a great gift for your dog. The enhanced dog toys can hold 200 pounds of pulling force. A dog tug of war toy can be firmly fastened to the floor. The flat floor sticker can be used on wooden floors and rough ground. Allowing your pet dog to play alone is like a tug-of-war game, increasing the dog's interest so that he can play happily every day. The tug of war dog toy has the function of a ball. Small snacks in the dog ball toys can be used to attract the dogs and it can also slow down eating, increase the fun, and improve the dog's IQ. When your dog chews the ball toy, the aslo particles can be used to clean the food in the teeth. The chew toys for dogs have a built-in scream design, which can produce fun sounds during chewing. Even if the owner is not at home, the dog can play happily, because the ball has cotton dog biting ropes on both sides. Let the dog's emotions be released. The dog rope tug of war toy is suitable for all dogs. Every product has undergone strict quality testing and is committed to designing the best toys for dogs. If you are not happy with their products, please contact them.
👤I have two small dogs, a mini dachshund and a chihuahua, and both of them perked up when they saw this toy. Bigger dogs will be able to tug hard without it coming undone. My dogs have small mouths and the strings on either side of the toy was perfect for them to tug on. I haven't put in any treats yet. I'm sure that it will elevate this toy to a new level. My dog has dental issues and I want to get him to play with this toy so that he can get rid of some of his plaque.
👤The tug of war toy is very strong. I wish they had a smaller version of the ball because my dog couldn't fit around it. The glue on the plastic sheet is very strong and should be considered permanent. I don't think anyone should use glue down plastic on wood flooring. My husband tried to remove the tile from the kitchen floor. If we redo the floor, it would be a bigger deal. The plastic sheet for ceramic is probably not needed. This product is a very sturdy solo toy for a large dog, and it makes for a very secure anchor. Even though it wasn't right for my dog, I'm giving it 5 stars.
👤The dog's food is gone in 30 seconds. He just exhales. I'd been looking for food puzzles. They're supposed to provide enrichment and extend the pleasure of eating. My dog likes to eat out of this. He likes to play with toys, but he doesn't like the way other dogs play with them. He likes this toy, which is more affordable than other food puzzles I've considered, and it seems very sturdy. The tile floor in the kitchen is covered with a cup.
👤My dog likes tug of war games and this toy is perfect for him. I had it on the floor but I stuck it to the wall so he wouldn't notice. It's very good. He pulls very hard and it doesn't budge. My dog is a corgi and the ball part is small for him but he uses the ropes to pull it. The toy seems to last a long time. I will keep an eye on his playing to make sure the rope part doesn't come undone as this has happened with rope toys in the past but so far so good.
👤The ball is large for my dog. She was enamored by the treats inside. The counter top is a good place to put the suction. The counter top option has the ball bounce and swing against the cabinet, making more activity for the dog. Our cat couldn't stay away. He liked to hit it.
👤Excited to see how it holds up! It is a great product so far. Easy instructions. I don't have to worry about damage later because the floor sticker pad they supplied in the box worked perfectly with my apartment floor. My dog loved the challenge of getting the treats out of the toy and to find out that it also squeaked was a bonus! This will be a great addition to our toys. Can't wait to see my dog playing with it. It's a good thing.
Dog toys interactive products from Kong. In this article about dog toys interactive you can see why people choose the product. Volacopets and Asbtos are also good brands to look for when you are finding dog toys interactive.
Kong, Volacopets and Asbtos are some of the best brands that chosen by people for dog toys interactive. Find the detail in this article. Petgeek, Barkbox and Aelflane are also brands that their products are worth to check.