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PetSafe Busy Buddy Chuckle Dog Toy, Medium/Large
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- Durable treat dispensing rubber dog toy makes a chuckle sound when shaken back and forth
- Treat Meter randomly dispenses treats from two locations to keep dogs motivated to play longer
- For dogs over 20 lbs.
- Works with a variety of treat options
- Hard chew strength
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|Dimensions||3 inches x 3 inches x 7 inches||3 inches x 3 inches x 7 inches||5 inches x 4 inches x 5 inches||4 inches x 3 inches x 3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.7 pounds||0.5 pounds||1 pounds||0.48 pounds|
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My ACD uses the Chuckle like a hockey stick to bat her toys and balls around like they are hockey pucks. She uses it as a "pole vault" to raise her front legs off the floor. It occupies her for hours.
The Chuckle and the Football both last for several months - which is highly unusual. Most toys I've gotten her last for 5 minutes. The noise maker in the stem of the Chuckle doesn't usually last long - but I'm not a fan of the squeaky noise anyway! She continues to play with it without the squeak so that works for both of us.
I highly recommend Busy Buddies toys for agressive chewers and high energy dogs.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention, this toy, like the Waggle seems to be a durable, quality product. The Waggle lasted almost 2 years of daily use until it eventually got demolished. My Dals have never been fond of keeping toys.Read more ›
The Chuckle survived an inadvertent dip in my pool--no, Chuckle's don't float. Afterward, the toy's "chuckle" sound mutated into a Gollum-like evil snicker, which I found hysterically funny. That didn't last. Once the water evaporated from the Chuckle's voice box, the old familiar "chuckle" returned. The Chuckle sound is neither loud nor obnoxious. I like it. I can get my dog's attention, no matter how distracted she might be, if I give the Chuckle a good shaking. Besides using the Chuckle for play, I load it with small treats before I leave for work, toss it to my very appreciative dog and drive away, knowing that my dog will be busy for a while and less likely to mind my departure.
The Chuckle is my dog's favorite toy, and mine as well. I'm going to order another!
But I find that while she will spend a lot of time trying to get stuff out (I usually put some of her normal kibble in), she never can. And so what happens is, stuff gets really cruddy and gross and rotten inside the ends if you don't find a way to get the stuff out. And there is no easy way to get stuff out--that's the point, right?
My best find has been to get a chopstick or something and stick through the hole on the sides of each end and twirl it around to push stuff out. Running water in and doing this seems to help as well. It's a very imperfect science, and it takes a while. But I did manage to get everything out as far as I can tell.
Another plus is that, she will definitely not destroy it by chewing it--it's very solid. She's a medium sized puppy with a pretty persistent approach to most chewy things, and I am 100% certain, she won't ever chew this thing. She seems more interested in getting stuff out than chewing the actually toy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have a treeing feist and he has destroyed every toy given to him within minutes, but this is going on 3 months, still in one piece. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Freezin' in Wisconsin
I have two of these for my two lab mixes - 53lbs and 70lbs. Some peanut butter, cream cheese, steak or snack - anything doggie safe goes in the end and keeps them busy. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Lauren
This is the best treat/reward toy ever, my dog loves to throw it around and get rewarded. We have one which we have trimmed so large treats can come out and one we have left for... Read morePublished 24 days ago by MRs P
This toy and the Kong are the only toys I've ever found that can stand up to my dog's chewing. Usually she destroys anything you give her within minutes, or at most an hour. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer T.
Our first Chuckie was a gift. We filled it with treats and watched as our lab Riley tried to figure out how it worked. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim
Our Boston Terrier loves this toy. Just make sure to put treats your pet loves and they will do nothing else but trying to get a treat out of this toy all day long 😂😂😂Published 1 month ago by Alexandr Rozenberg
We have a deaf and near sighted dog who is too smart for his own good. We got him this toy and it works well, but we had to cut the opening big enough so that his kibble would... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Naomi Moran