KONG Genius Leo Dog Toy, Colors vary
- Connect with other KONG Genius shapes for added challenge
- Entertains and statisfies the average chewers
- Stuff with snacks or kibble
- Treat-releasing puzzle toy
- Measures 9.5 x 5.5 x 3.3-inches
- recommended for dogs 15-pounds to 40-pounds
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KONG Genius toys come in three sizes and two shapes, and can be interconnected to create new configurations for added challenge. Made in the USA of a durable, non-toxic, FDA food-approved TPR material, these toys are perfect for average chewers. Use with any KONG StuffN product, including KONGs new IQ Treats, made of 100% baked salmon. Or, fill with food and use as an engaging mealtime feeder. Dishwasher safe, KONG Genius toys help combat boredom and separation anxiety, and are great for puppies and adult dogs alike. Available in three sizes: small, large and extra large.
Size: Large | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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Top customer reviews
I noticed immediately that the rubber used was very different than the toys of the past. In less than 24 hours the top has been chewed off one of the toys, and the other is already showing signs for the same fate (of course, I won't let them continue to chew it though). Clearly changes have been made in how these toys are made and/or the quality of material. These changes are not good!
Toys that have lasted years, now last less than 24 hours with far less use. I cannot even begin to verbalize my disappointment. I would be thrilled to receive a refund!!
If I had known this change was occurring I would have bought a lifetime supply of the old version of these toys...
The orange toy is one of the older canine genius toys that has been in my household, and lived through six dogs for about 8 years so far.
The blue toy is the one I unwrapped and gave to my dogs late yesterday, and is in this state this morning.
I guess I could try to push a dog biscuit through the "x" but I haven't tried.
If you have a gentle player that doesn't rip and isn't an aggressive chewer than it might be an ok toy but for a Kong I was disappointed.
So far the red kongs have been enduring it pretty well but the genius and the jels were a total waste.
Even a rawhide lasts longer and it's a lot healthier for him swallow...
Aside from the one complaint above, I'm highly impressed with this toy. Within a week of using it, I ordered another one to make it more difficult for my dog. Originally I just used this one alone but she quickly learned to use her teeth and turn it upside down to dispense all the treats from the hole. I'm hoping putting two of these together in the L shape will force her to learn to move the treats to the next part to then turn upside down. We'll see. I'm pretty impressed with this toy!
I did a lot of research into different treat dispensing toys. I would have loved to get a BusterCube but everyone with hardwood floors has said it's a terror due to the amount of noise it creates and that it does scuff up the floors (no thanks!). I would have gotten the rubber BusterCube but the level of difficulty can't be adjusted like with the plastic BusterCube. Anyway, overall I'm really happy with this product. I also bought the Genius Mike but my dog doesn't like it as much because the hole wasn't big enough for her. I ended up having to cut a small bit of the rubber to make it slightly easier for the treat to come out without her having to bite off rubber.