Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball
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- Large vinyl treat-dispensing toy entertains your dog for hours
- Soft, pliable textured vinyl surface made for easy gripping
- Insert treats, which fall out during playtime
- Easy to fill
- 5 inches in diameter
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Tricky Treat Ball
This challenging interactive ball will entertain your dog for hours. Simply insert your dog's favorite dry food or treats into the ball. As your dog plays with the Tricky Treat ball, it will dispense treats keeping your dog focused and entertained.
Available in Small, Medium and Large
There is the perfect Tricky Treat Ball for your dog! Choose from Small, Medium or Large and watch your dog play!
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|Dimensions||5 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches||4 inches x 4.38 inches x 4 inches||3.5 inches x 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches||11 inches x 5 inches x 7 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.7 pounds||0.25 pounds||0.18 pounds||0.75 pounds|
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Our puppy is a high energy, very food motivated, tough-chewing, smart little guy who can get treats out of his Kong and open the child gate in under 5 minutes. But while this treat ball requires patience, our normally "A.D.D." puppy will persistently push this ball around the kitchen until he gets every last piece of kibble out. That can take 20-30 minutes. The ball does not make a good "chew toy" for a tough chewer (like our dog, who can chew off the top of a red Kong), however. We make sure to take it away after he empties it. Otherwise, it would never have lasted this long.
I love that I can fill this ball up with their kibble and they'll entertain themselves for hours pushing it down the stairs and around the house. It's a lot less noisy than the cube version. This toy is easy to clean up too, ran it right through the dishwasher with no problems. It was easy to teach them to bring the Tricky Treat Ball back to me for a refill when needed.
Ah, the power of positive reinforcement!
The activity of nosing it around so that treats fall out has resulted in treats falling out of the ball, while chewing on the toy has not resulted in treats, thus the behavior of rolling the ball is more likely to be repeated, and the chances of chewing reduced.
Brilliant! It means the ball will last longer!
Please note that you cannot clean the insides of the StarMark or the Omega ball. Unless you want old gunk hanging around for months, these two toys will last ... very short. I kept each for only a couple of months before tossing them out. The only two I use to this day are the Premier Pet Buddy, Large, and the IQ Treat Ball.
Of all of these, each one has its benefits and shortcomings:
The Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball is the perfect material for my dog - he's not a huge chewer. It hits the wall and makes a gentle "thud" sound. However, with the new design, the hole that dispenses the food is much too large and dispenses a ton of his treats right from the getgo - this is not enough to keep my dog entertained for more than a few minutes! The Omega Ball fits the most food - I believe I can get up to a full cup of kibbles into it. Note that the only way to clean this toy is to put water in it and shake. I made the mistake of putting dishwashing liquid in it, shaking, and trying to get rid of the suds. It didn't happen - the suds persisted. There's a tiny air hole on the other side... not that that helped get rid of the suds. I threw the toy away.
The Premier Pet Busy Buddy Twist N Treat Dog Toy, Medium is my least favorite.Read more ›
As experts suggest, I got this treat ball as a distraction. Initially she showed no interest at all--I kept pushing it around with my foot, treats would fall out and she'd scarf them up, but she just didn't get the idea of pushing it around with her nose--for months. Then suddenly the other day, she just got it. Now she loves it and will play with it until it's empty. She even learned that if it gets stuck (like against the wall or under a chair), she just picks it up with her mouth and takes it to "open ground."
I have no idea what made her suddenly learn, but I'm going to purchase several of these balls to have around. (Because the only problem is that she pushes it somewhere out of sight--like under the bed--and I lose track of it.) I highly recommend this treat ball!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have a 90 pound lab "puppy" and he loves this ball! We put pieces of his dry dog food in it and he throws it or rolls it around the house. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Judith A Hoepfl
I got this ball for my high energy, mischievous dog to keep him busy and entertained at the same time, so that he isn't chewing on our furniture, etc. Read morePublished 1 day ago by lovetakingpictures
Nice product but by hyper dog destroyed it in a couple days.Published 2 days ago by Darren D. Pedersen
My dachshund loves it. He has to be encouraged to exercise as he prefers to be held. This has made him slimmer as he now prefers to eat dinner out of this. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dapple Mom
So, I've never actually put treats in this, because my dog loves it even without it being filled. The holes are so big though, that I'm not sure how helpful or fun it would be for... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Kelley
I love this ball. It is something I use almost daily to feed my dog portions of his kibble. I also use it for dry treats. My 70 pound pitbull loves this ball too. Read morePublished 5 days ago by AVon
This is probably my dog's favorite food puzzle. I put her entire meal in it. She can pick it up and take it outside, or roll it around inside. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
6 lb dog destroyed this ball in less than one minute. Cheaply made.Published 6 days ago by L. Ogden