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Atomic Treat Ball - 3"

by Our Pets
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Dispensing food/treat ball for dogs.
  • Uniquely shaped ball rolls and slides in unpredictable directions, and has many different angles for the dog to grab on to and safely play with.
  • This presents a physically and mentally stimulating challenge, making the dog work for its food.
  • Reduces boredom and destructive behavior.
  • The molecuball is made of tough, safe, non-toxic thermoplastic material.

Product Description

Dispensing food/treat ball for dogs. Uniquely shaped ball rolls and slides in unpredictable directions, and has many different angles for the dog to grab on to and safely play with. This presents a physically and mentally stimulating challenge, making the dog work for its food. Reduces boredom and destructive behavior. A perfect training device. The molecuball is made of tough, safe, non-toxic thermoplastic material. Easy to clean and refill. Can be used both indoors and outdoors. Available in assorted colors.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I wouldn't feed my dog without it! December 24, 2004
My Australian Shepherd eats every meal out of his Molecuball. It helps get some of his energy out and stimulates his brain a bit. The shape of the ball makes it a little trickier to get out food than other treat balls. Doggie has to work for it! However, he has gotten very good at getting his kibble out quite fast. He carries the ball around everywhere hoping I will continue to feed him.

This ball is extremely durable and makes minimal noise. It can roll on the carpet. It is a softer plastic, not a hard, noisy plastic...like some similar treat balls on the market.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Maybe not for strong chewers October 15, 2007
I first bought the 5" ball for my coonhounds, but the hole was so large I didn't know what to put in it that wouldn't fall right back out, so I exchanged it for the 3" ball. The hole on the 3" ball is perfect for kibble or small treats. However, after about 3 minutes of batting it around one of my dogs decided to get the treats out by ripping the whole top off, which took him about 1 minute.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best treat ball we've found May 27, 2009
Treat balls are the best way for me to keep my active terrier mix busy in the house and we've tried several of them, including the Kong biscuit ball and the Buster Cube. Benji's a chewer and he'll disembowel plush toys pretty quickly. So we prefer rubber toys he can't destroy and which don't make a lot of noise (the Buster Cube is hard plastic and it's hard to take in the same room with the dog knocking it around). The Atomic Treat Ball (3 in.) is the best we've found.

While I'd prefer a smaller or adjustable hole, we've found a couple of treats Benji likes that make him work to get them out: the small size Milk Bones and the heart shaped Paul Newman treats. Both of these are just a little too big for him to get out of the toy by rolling it around. He has to squeeze the opening with his teeth just the right way and hope that he gets lucky. Plus the biscuit treats don't spoil if they remain in the toy. Another bonus is that the treat ball is just a little too large for him to lose under much of our furniture. Don't you hate it when you get a new toy, the dog loves it, and it disappears within the first five minutes if you turn your back? :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars You can find it cheaper than $17 January 31, 2009
By LilPea
I just got this at PetSmart today for $6 and the dogs seem a bit perplexed. They enjoy it and have had fun batting it around, but I think they would rather I put their food in a bowl for them - instead of working for it. I have two of the laziest highest-energy lab mixes around.

However, I would tell anyone looking to purchase it to buy from another vendor. Amazon used to have one on here that offered the Atomic Treat Ball for $4, since I missed that boat I ended up buying mine at PetSmart for $6 (as mentioned above). Good treat toy- but not for $17.

PS- I only gave it 4 stars because I really don't feel like we've had adequate experience with it to say if it is well made or not. It DOES feel sturdy... I'll update after we've had this for a while longer!

UPDATE: Great toy once the dogs got used to it. They now easily knock the food out of it & get excited to use it. It's extremely sturdy, my youngest one carries it from room to room to enjoy it in private.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Puppy Proof! June 15, 2006
What a great toy! My puppy loves trying to get treats out of it. He will chase it around the house for hours. He even figured out how to bat it out of corners.

This toy is fun for the whole family. We all get a kick out of watching the dog chase it around intently. The kids even like trying to get the treats out for the dog if he's having a hard time.

When the dog doesn't want to have an audience, it is easy for him to mouth the whole thing and take it to another room for some privacy.

This is one of the only toys my puppy has that is still usable. It has withstood the razor sharp puppy teeth!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fabulous toy! February 21, 2012
By jimdana
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this ball is amazing. out of 200+ toys, my dogs go for this one every time. with or without treats added inside, this ball bounces in crazy ways, the dogs think its going one way, the ball bounces the other way, keeps them going in circles.
when filled with treats, our younger dog will ROLL it all over the house, trying to get his treats to fall out. when its empty, he brings it and drops it in our laps, grinning like a fool. we have 2 large german shepherds and this toy has withstood all kinds of punishment. yet still remains intact.
i reccomend this toy for anyone with a puppy...its very stimulating and helps teach them that whats inside this toy tastes much better than the corner of the couch...or shoes...always keep it on hand for POSITIVE RE-INFORCEMENT.
i give it to the dogs when we are leaving, and i take it away when we get back. that way, they look forward to the ATOMIC TREAT BALL. very good training device. my dogs have not chewed up anything in the house since i got this toy. WONDERFUL!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Decent toy January 6, 2007
Sometimes larger pieces do not want to come out and the puppy will lose interest. This will cause the food to rot and smell, since it's difficult to get out. However, I find a vigorous shaking usually gets those pieces out.

Also, because it's made of a harder plastic, the dog doesn't like to bite it very much. She'd rather bat it around with her nose and have the food come out that way. But I'm sure that's the way it was designed.

A decent toy. Nothing ground-breaking about it.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth it
I have 2 American Bullies (a pit bull breed) and they tear up everything we give them in a matter of minutes. These were no different. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Bully mama
4.0 out of 5 stars Good food toy
We have two dogs that love their food. Our first dog loves her "Buster Food Cube", however the hard plastic is a little noisy on our hardwood floors. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Heather A.
5.0 out of 5 stars "Munchie Ball"
Over the years I have had this toy for several dogs, they all really enjoy playing with it and getting treats
Published 20 months ago by Doug Marinello
1.0 out of 5 stars Hole too big for any dog food and dog ate through toy
The hole is huge!! Food falls out so easily not a good work out toy at all. Way too much for shipping my fault I didn't notice and they didn't ship it until a week after I... Read more
Published 22 months ago by Lucy
5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps 'em entertained!
When I first got this toy, my Lakeland terrier didn't know what to do with it despite my demonstrations. He would take the toy to his bed and chew on it. Read more
Published on June 27, 2012 by J.A.M
4.0 out of 5 stars Atomic Treat Ball
Only problem is finding small healthy treats that will come out of ball easly. Mollie will bat the ball around for ever to get all the treats. Duncan gets frustrated ... Read more
Published on May 25, 2012 by Love to bake
5.0 out of 5 stars Our dog's new obsession!
We got the atomic ball two days ago and it is already a clear favorite! Our dog is a bit strange and insists that somebody be near him or he won't eat... Read more
Published on June 15, 2010 by Pet Lover 0306
5.0 out of 5 stars Best for Fast-Eating Canine
Instead of using the 'slow-down-your-fast-eating-dog bowls' I use the Molecuball. When the dog pushes it around, the dry kibble dispenses which allows my pet to be a mindful-eater... Read more
Published on August 26, 2009 by 1rvwr
5.0 out of 5 stars A GREAT BUY!
My 10yr old beagle LOVES this thing! He can carry it easily, chew on it and push it around, but he can no longer eat too fast. Its great. Keeps him busy for a good while too. Read more
Published on March 5, 2009 by C. Ayres
5.0 out of 5 stars Slows down his eat and makes dinner time more fun!
I just bought this product today from a retail store. Not only was it inexpensive ($5.99 at the store) but it's great! I wanted something that would slow down my dog's eating. Read more
Published on January 9, 2009 by D. H.
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