I was slightly sceptical that it would be any good but it has been excellent to give to my puppy when I need to distract him so that I can get on a Zoom meeting. He certainly enjoys it and will probably try it out on another dog that comes to stay occasionally.
Keeps my dog entertained while I'm out. She loves it.
First time I've bought an interactive toy for my dog, he usually has soft fluffy ones that he loves to dismantle and remove the stuffing from. He weighs about 10 kg and has a fairly small mouth and this is perfect for making him work for treats, larger toys are simply too big to be fun for him. It appears very robust as well, and he likes to also use it as a ball and fetch as it is easy for him to pick up and retrieve. Well worth the money!
Keeps our dog entertained as she loves a ball and takes great delight in eating the treats!
Good ball which helps with anxiety separation, easy to put treats into the grooves, keeping my dog entertained
My pup loves her new ball, brought it with the treats. Once I placed treats in the ball I let pup smell it, then hid the ball... once she found it she then began fishing out the treats... Great way to keep he mind active.
This is a good quality ball. A bit small for my dog (doberman/greyhound) but he still likes it!
The treats are really good very smelly and value for money both of our dogs like them, the treat ball was for our 17week old pup keeps her good but she as managed to take some of the rubber spikes off
Our 18 month labradoodle loves the ball. Not only to dig out his treats but to have a 5 minute chew before dropping off. We use the grain free treats in the ball. It’s his nightly routine now to have a few treats and a good old gnaw .
My dog loves it when stuffed with kefir and pate!