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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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PetSafe Busy Buddy Chuckle Dog Toy, Medium/Large + PetSafe Busy Buddy Buddy-Berries Dog Treats + PetSafe Busy Buddy Waggle Dog Toy, Medium/Large
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 7 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002I0RU8
  • Item model number: BB-CHK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,865 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Chuckle is a durable treat dispensing rubber dog toy that makes an engaging chuckle sound when shaken back and forth. The Treat Meter randomly dispenses treats from either end of the toy to motivate dogs to play longer. The prongs of the Treat Meter may be trimmed to dispense treats more quickly. Hard chew strength. Dishwasher safe, top rack only.


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Customer Reviews

It keeps her busy for hours!
Terter
The controlling factor seems to be the size of the hole, which is bigger than any small treat or kibble.
Lisarra
I highly recommend Busy Buddies toys for agressive chewers and high energy dogs.
Bluzy

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Bluzy on July 1, 2006
If you have a high energy dog that needs to be busy "working" all the time, the Chuckle is a GREAT toy. This toy is the one toy that my very high-energy Austrailian Cattle Dog (aka Blue Heeler) plays with by herself. She works and works to get the treats out. She also has the Busy Buddies Football - another good sturdy toy that challenges her to earn her treats.

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.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Reader on September 27, 2007
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I have two dogs--one just over a year, one over 12 years old. My puppy really likes this toy--and she has a lot of experience with "puzzle toys."

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.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gotta Tellya on January 17, 2010
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I have a Portuguese Water Dog, Bella, who is on a continuous mission to destroy (usually successfully) and digest (usually not, which results in cramps and a mess) every "tough" dog toy ever made. About a year ago, I got lucky and discovered the Chuckle. This toy is still intact after daily chewing. It functions very well as an interactive treat dispenser. That did require a small adjustment. When I realized that the Chuckle was reluctant to dispense even the smallest treats, I took a pair of scizzors and trimmed the tips off the rubber prongs that hold treats inside the Chuckle. Try it--keep removing bits of rubber from the prong tips until the treats can pop out when your dog plays with the toy. (Don't take off too much or the Chuckle will spew all the treats at once instead of dispensing them individually.) I left one end of the Chuckle unaltered so that it can hold back a few treats and maintain my dog's interest over a longer period of time. (Avoid putting moist treats inside the Chuckle, unless you enjoy washing dog toys.)
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!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By T. Dorman on April 21, 2010
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The little noisemaker in the center bar makes a clicking sound when the toy is moved in a certain direction. I have a Dal. I have had Dals since I was a kid and I am now approaching 70. I am retired now so I get to have more time and fun with my Dal. I also have 2 other dogs, a Chihuahua and a Corgi mix. I love them all, but Dals are different, not smarter, not better, just different. My Dal gets the treats out of the Chuckle and shares them with the two little dogs. He is very sweet, but in human terms, not the sharpest knife in the drawer. So after all the treat pieces are out of the chuckle, my Dal hears the noisemaker moving about and I guess, assumes it is a piece of a treat still in one side of the dumbell. He used to have a Waggle, and when there was just one piece of something left inside that he could not get out he would bring the waggle to me and literally throw it at me until I got the last piece out for him. Well, this thing moving around in the Chuckle drives him nuts. After he has emptied it he stills hears something moving inside it so he throws it at me. I try to explain that there is actually nothing edible in the thing and give it back to him, but to no avail. He takes it, makes a circle of the house, comes back and throws it at me again. This will only end when I hide the thing until the next morning. (The treat bone is a once a day routine, done only in the morning, about an hour after breakfast.) This is why I give it 5 stars. I gotta love any toy that brings a bit more fun and joy to a dogs life.

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.
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