Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 3 out of 5 by MeaganS Beagle/Coonhound Mix Not Interested
My three-year-old Beagle/Redbone Coonhound mix isn't a big chewer, but he does like to chew for about twenty minutes a day. I got him this toy because he seems to pick up on new tricks easily and is very curious. However, I filled this with his favorite treats and all he did was look at it and walk away. I did everything I could to get him interested, but he just wasn't. He's recently started emptying his toy basket each day (I think it's a game for him, because his favorite few toys are always on top), and that is literally the only toy left at the bottom of the nearly-empty toy "box" each day.
If your dog likes the challenge of working for his or her treats, this would probably work well, but if he or she isn't a big chewer, you have better options out there.
March 26, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by KiraWolf64 Easier to fill then free
I picked up toy today for my 70 lb. Rough Collie and am quite pleased so far with it. It's easy to fill but getting the treats out requires a good bit of work from the dog. On each section of this toy there is an X-shape where you can put a few treats into each compartment, each X is facing in a different direction on the toy though so the dog has to go section by section to free the treats inside. His Kong takes about 10 minutes to get through if that, but this toy lasts much longer depending on the treats i put in it.
I took off one star because the toy is showing bite marks, but the bite marks aren't effecting the toy and my dog has been playing aggressively with it all day. This toy is also teaching my dog that biting on interactive toys is okay, up until now he's been a fairly steadfast licker.
January 25, 2016