Toys R Us Ball Treat Dispenser Dog Toy
My sheltie/pug (shuggie) loves this! We got this because the dog trainer said it was a great product, and it was! At first i thought she did not like it but she seemed a little confused, she is a skittish dog so we didn't know if she was afraid of it or not, but after i started to roll the ball around she felt a little more comfortable about it! As i am typing right now she is playing with it! She is a medium sized dog about 20 pounds and we got her the large orange ball and it a great size for her! she gets a little frustrated with it, but when she finally gets a treat she wants to then get more! definitely getting more Toys"R"Us games for her when i am not at home with her!!
March 13, 2014
GSD Loves it!
Our 75-lb GSD loves this ball. He was a rescue and age 3 when we got him, and he was clearly never taught how to "play." It took him about a week to figure out that the humans put treats IN the ball, and that the treats can also come OUT of the ball, but once he figured it out, this became his favorite toy. He will only play with it for a few minutes at a time on his own, but if we pick it up and toss it away or kick it around, he'll chase it. It dispenses a good amount of treats but isn't too easy. He also carries it in his mouth a lot and has tried to chew the treats out of it, but hasn't broken the ball at all. We load it with bacon-flavored 3-calorie training treats and those work great!
February 19, 2014
My black lab LOVES this ball - we do not use it as a treat ball but as an outside fetch ball. Having the dips in the ball makes it easier for me to hang onto after throwing it time after time and the dips make it easier for Bailey to grab. I love the orange color as it can be found easily after being left in the flowers or wherever she decides to leave it. I hope you continue to carry it for many years to come.
February 11, 2014
I bought this for my Landseer Newf when he was 3 months old. It took him no time to figure it out and he eagerly awaited getting it full of kibble and treats on my way out the door for work every morning. He is now 3 and 120lbs but this toy is still around and he still brings it to me when he wants it filled. He enjoys playing soccer with it (his paws are almost the same size as the ball) and it is a joy to watch his playfulness pouncing on it. Definitely worth buying to occupy a bored dog.
January 15, 2014