The Foobler Timed, Self Reloading Puzzle Feeder for Dog toy Ball Green/red
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- Helps rehabilitate a dog's natural instinct to hunt and forage for food. Great way to help stop them from chewing on the trash and shoes.
- The Foobler is an automatic self-reloading puzzle feeder with 6 timer activated pods. So you can set it and forget it.
- This is truly the first Puzzle toy with an automatic feeder that keeps the dog playing the whole day. Perfect for people who can't spend the whole day with their dogs.
- The Foobler was designed to be easy to use and easy to clean. Add your favorite dog treats and Play! Clean it by hand or in the dish washer!
- A mechanical bell goes off depending on the 15/30/60/90 minute setting. This helps keep the dogs body and brain active and engaged.
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THE SELF-RELOADING PUZZLE FEEDER FOR YOUR DOGS Foobler is an automatic self-reloading puzzle feeder for dogs with 6 timer activated food pods. It's like having 6 puzzle toys in one that deliver a full day's worth of regular kibble or treats for them to enjoy. Fill Foobler with up to 2 cups of kibble or treats and set it to release at 15, 30 ,60 or 90 minute intervals for up to 9 hours a day. A real metal bell rigns when its time to feed. A dog's natural instinct is to hunt and forage for food. It keeps their brain and body active and engaged. Foobler reinforces this natural instinct for dogs to enjoy earning their meal. Sellers notes: We LOVE the Foobler. It is one of the best things since the Treat and Train. Please be aware that this item is not a chew toy. If your dog is quite a large and a strong chewer, he or she might be able to break the toy or get the top off. To help prevent this, teach your dog how to use the Foobler by putting it on the 15 minute setting and then picking it up after your dog gets the first bunch of treats out. Wait until the bell rings again to give the toy back. Repeat this a few times. This should help your dog understand that the food is only available after the bell rings. After this initial training, supervise your dog and interrupt if your dog starts to chew the Foobler. Also note that the ball is hard so it can be noisy when your dog is using it and if your dog flings things, you may want to keep them away from breakables.
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|Item Dimensions||8.74 x 7.72 x 2.68 in||4.38 x 4 x 4 in||5 x 5 x 5 in||4 x 4.8 x 4 in||5 x 5.31 x 5 in||—|
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There's also now a lot of scratches all over it, so it's not the most durable. My dog also would knock over a lot of furniture while chasing the ball around.
that said, once i managed to pry it open and stuff the batteries inside, it's a fantastic idea and otherwise well executed. my 12lb dog is able to play with it, though i did have to spend some time getting him used to the size and sounds. they should also make it very clear to teach the dog that the sound means food. it would be nice therefore to be able to make the sound on command a few times.
i spent $50 to buy this and have it shipped, and even with all my struggling, it is worth it!
However after a month of use he can now reliably open the lid by inserting top jaw in one hole and bottom in another and biting down to turn / loosen the lid. If only those finger indents weren't there, this would have lasted longer. Such a bummer as I see they are working on a Bluetooth version and I would have loved that!
The set up was a little complicated, and the indicator light/button didn't work quite as easily as the instructions made it sound-but I did get it working eventually, but it's quickly become a forgotten toy.