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OurPets Buster Food Cube Interactive Dog Toy (Colors Vary)
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- Most difficult treat dispenser
- Easy to load, Easy to use
- Adjustable for added difficulty
- Center removes for easy cleaning-Thermoplastic rubber is safe and durable
- Promotes physical and mental alertness
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Why Smarter Toys?
Smarter Toys for Smarter Dogs! Smarter Toys provide variable learning levels to encourage mind-bending, challenging play that keeps dogs busy for hours. Fill Smarter Toys with your dog’s favorite treats for irresistible fun, a healthy outlet for instinct and energy, and a diversion from unwanted behavior.
Why Dogs Need Toys
Playtime keeps dogs physically fit and mentally sharp. Without toys and healthy exercise, dogs may grow bored and engage in destructive behavior.
Atomic Treat Ball
What better way to keep your dog mentally stimulated, physically active, happy, and healthy than with a toy that dispenses his favorite treats? Fill the Atomic Treat Ball with kibble or treats and watch as your dog rolls and nudges the ball to get the tasty morsels inside. Available in 3” and 5” sizes.
IQ Treat Ball
For a challenge that’s filled with tasty fun, try the IQ Treat Ball. Fill with treats or kibble, set your desired difficulty level using the ball’s adjustable interior insert, and let your dog roll the ball across the floor to try to release the food inside. Available in 3” and 5” sizes.
Buster Food Cube
Give your dog the ultimate brain teaser with the Buster Food Cube! Remove the adjustable cylinder and fill the cube with your dog’s favorite treats. Then, reinsert the cylinder, adjusting the level of difficulty, and let your dog push and nuzzle the cube to release the treats. Available in large and mini sizes.
- Discourages destructive behavior
- Rewards healthy play
- A great way to treat your dog
- Each toy is available in two sizes
- Note: Toy must be larger than the width of your dog’s mouth
Size: Mini | Color: Multicolor
Top Customer Reviews
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Not bad at all for what it is
I have a little 6 month old pitbull mix
The only down side is filling the cube. You have to put the food in the hole, shake it for the food to slide through a hole on the side, and keep adding food. The whole process takes about 1.5 minute, which isn't too bad.
I recommend this to all dog owners.
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Update: Video of how much Bo loves his cube. He now howls when he "wins" !
The cube cracked during some particularly intense eating but a superglue repair has proved resilient. If it ever cracks beyond repair we will definitely be getting another one. Additionally we have switched to food that has smaller kibbles and it is much less noisy.
I tried to open with the instructions many times, asked different people for help, but the opening on the mini cube is so small that I couldn't really get my thumb in there (as the instructions recommend).
It was left unused for a bit and then one day when I picked up a small swarm of flies flew out of it! It was so disgusting I ended up throwing it away.
If you can manage to open it and clean it, this would be a perfect toy. Perhaps people have better luck with larged sized cube because it might be easier to open, but that one is much too big for my little dog.
Before all of the commotion though he seemed to love it. He also was not hurt but had to be sedated to have it removed. I did follow the manufacturer's directions I guess it just wasn't in there tight enough which could have been my fault or a manufacturing error with the cube's locking mechanism, the vet was not sure, this is not so much a negative review on the cube but more a warning to other owners to make sure it's in tightly and don't leave your pup unsupervised with it.
Dog B: 32lb female border collie/Godknowswhat
Dog A will crunch and bash to shards anything that resists him. Dog B will spend hours nibbling to bits anything that interests her.
Kongs stuffed with peanut butter and frozen survive all this but provide only 15min or so of dog engagement.
The Tug-a-jug is Dog A's favorite, but after a month he'd already managed to crack the thing in a bunch of places, after two months it was a miracle it was still in one piece, after three months it finally gave up. Dog B not too interested in Tug-a-jug.
The cube interests both, and neither has managed to do significant damage. Biggest negative is that it's very noisy as they're pawing, nosing, batting it around the floor.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a little loud if you have hard floors but my dogs love it. It's a good and hard plastic and is hard for them to pick up so they have to roll it around. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Adrienne
I'm loving this food cube, it keeps my dog (90lbs German shepherd mix) busy for a little while and I know it's good for him to have to work for his food. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Chaotic
To hard, and frustrating for my dog to roll. She just refused to use it.Published 8 days ago by Susan Schuetze
Our dog needs a lot of mental stimulation as well as physical exercise, and this helps with both. We feed him each night using the cube and then hide it somewhere in the house. Read morePublished 13 days ago by G. Brown
My Basenji has not used this toy but it is a great idea. I think its a little big for her but time will tell.Published 19 days ago by T. Wynia
Garbage. Do not buy this. My Airedale broke it after a couple of hours of use.Published 20 days ago by Carl Z.
48 hours in our house and this one removed the treat dispensing component and chewed it to bits.