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- Divided into several compartments which release the food pellets when the dog rolls the cube with his nose or paws.
- All you have to do is to start the game by offering the cube and your dog will do the rest.
- Your dog can exercise himself.
- Will withstand ordinary cleaning agents and is dishwasher safe.
- Assorted colors.
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Made of tough, durable plastic, this cube gives your dog valuable mental stimulation and exercise. No more free meals - your dog will have to work for his food! A simple twist controls how fast the treats fall out.
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Only reason I'm knocking a star is because it takes a SERIOUSLY long time to get all the contents out.
The non-stop rattle can get maddening after about 30 minutes.
Luckily the dog mine was bought for is relentless, but I could easily seeing a different pooch becoming disinterested.
Of all the toys we've tried, the Buster Cube is one of only a very few that can both entertain her and stand up to her destructive power. We have the dial turned to the most difficult setting, and she can never quite entirely clear the thing out, despite hours of play.
There's a trick to it, and it took our dog a while to figure it out - the best way for her to get the kibble is to repeatedly turn the cube over with her nose. This was really difficult in our case, since we have hardwood floors, and the cube is more likely to slide instead of flip. Eventually she realized she could take the cube to an area rug and have much greater success.
One caveat here, though - the thing is REALLY loud on hardwood floors. If she's having trouble getting the kibble out the gentle way, she eventually picks the cube up in her mouth and flings it across the floor. It's not easy for her to pick it up due to its shape, but it is possible - if we had a larger size, I don't think she'd be able to do this.
Both products are doing a good job keeping her active and amused. The food cube is one of the best things I have seen so far since it makes her work for her meals which aligns well with her basic hunting instinct. She is a rescue dog that has never been socialized with other animals so she has very bad manners and does not play well with others... hence her living alone and having short visits in our house with our other five pets.
It seems like she is a bit more relaxed and less aggressive since she received her new interactive toys, I am planning on introducing some more 'thought provoking' toys and activities for her as we progress with her socialization. My husband views her as a lost cause but I adore her and am not giving up hope... we just need to keep working with her and have a lot of patience.