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Canine Genius - Leo Extra Treat Dispensing Dog Toy

3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • On its own Leo is a great bouncing, fetching, tugging and challenging treat-dispensing toy.
  • Or you can also buy several and link multiple Leo toys together!
  • With openings on the side, base and top, just stuff with treats and watch your dog work it out!
  • Colors vary.
  • Height approx 8"

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B001UI3LKC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,110 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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By L. M. Southern on February 10, 2010
I bought this toy for my golden retrievers after seeing it at a pet expo. All their meals are fed to them through treat toys and they thoroughly enjoy it. We have every toy imaginable with the exception of Kongs, which they've never seemed to like, so I was excited to see something new. One of my dogs is considerably smarter than (or just maybe more motivated than) the other and I have yet to find a toy that he isn't able to clear out in 10-15 minutes. The other one will give up if he can't figure it out. Both dogs are highly motivated to play with this toy. We have all the toys in the Busy Buddy line by Premiere Products, Everlasting Treat Ball, etc. along with several other brands. What I like about the Leo is that it's easy to fill (which is not the case with the green Everlasting treat ball). It will hold about a cup of dry food. When I am not home, I put a full-size dog biscuit inside...it won't fall out the mouth of the toy, and it holds my dogs interest as he tries to get it out through the criss-cross on the side of the toy. I have also spread peanut butter on the outside and inside of the criss-cross and they will work at it for quite some time. My dogs are not chewers, so that hasn't been an issue for me. This toy provides great mental and physical stimulation for my dogs. Now that I know both my dogs like the Leo, I am planning to purchase a few more of them as you can connect them, thereby increasing the difficulty. I purchased this toy for [..] plus tax, which is slightly higher than what it is listed on Amazon, but then I didn't have to pay for shipping. The Leo I purchased is for large dogs, but apparently, it comes in a mini-Leo as well for [...] at [...]. I would highly recommend this to anyone who wishes to enrich their dog mentally.
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By D. Clift on January 29, 2010
I bought this for my Cavalier puppy, a small dog. He immediately started chewing on the narrow end. Within minutes (seconds?), he had made a good start of chewing it up and swallowing the small plastic pieces. It was a waste of money.
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My Cardigan corgi Skip gives a demonstration of the Leo dog treat toy. As you can see, he thinks it's a pretty cool toy.
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So, I have a yellow lab who is not yet two years old... I bought this for him and put his dinner in it. That same night about 10 minutes into the meal he decided he would chew off the top of the toy to get the food out. I have other interactive toys that I use to feed him and they are fine so maybe its the material or it's the dog!
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