Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball
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- Large vinyl treat-dispensing toy entertains your dog for hours
- Soft, pliable textured vinyl surface made for easy gripping
- Insert treats, which fall out during playtime
- Easy to fill
- 5 inches in diameter
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This challenging ball entertains big dogs for hours. Insert dry food or treats in the Tricky Treat Ball and as a pet plays, treats are dispensed.
Tricky Treat Ball
This challenging interactive ball will entertain your dog for hours. Simply insert your dog's favorite dry food or treats into the ball. As your dog plays with the Tricky Treat ball, it will dispense treats keeping your dog focused and entertained.
Available in Small, Medium and Large
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 5 x 5 in||4.38 x 4 x 4 in||—||4.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 in||5.75 x 3 x 4 in||4 x 4 x 8 in|
|Size||Large||4 Inches||4.5 inch||4.5 inches in diameter||3.4 oz.||Large|
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UPDATE: Our puppy is now 15 weeks old and still loves the ball. We actually do leave it out all the time and it is showing no signs of wear & tear. And trust me - he LOVES to chew. He carries it around the house even when its empty. I would DEFINITELY recommend this to any dog parent.
2nd UPDATE: our GSD is now 7 months old and still love the ball. He plays with it all the time and it is still completely intact, no tears or missing pieces! He "kills" toys left and right, and this one is still hanging in there!
I ordered this toy for my 8 year old, 78 lb. Belgian Malinois. When I opened the box, and got the package out, it had a strong cinnamon smell to it. Not like cinnamon for baking, but like cinnamon gum, or those candies Hot Tamales. The smell didn't appear to deter my dog though. He was very excited about his new toy, which is good because he can be very picky about toys, especially balls. He had fun playing with it for a couple of minutes, then I decided to try out the treat aspect of the ball. I got this ball to put his dog food in, so he can have lunch while I am at work, and it would give him something to do. So I put his allotted amount of food in (about 3/4 cup of kibble). It all fit, but it wouldn't have held much more. His food is regular sized, round, flat kibble for a large dog. The food went in easily enough, and right away my dog started rolling it around. However I felt the food fell out too easily. When he would roll it a whole pile would fall out instead of just one or two kibble at a time. Within just a couple of minutes he had emptied the ball of all the kibble, and was done playing with it. I think the hole that the food falls out of needs to be smaller. Also although he is much more careful with his toys now that he is older, this ball is not very sturdy. I was afraid he was going to destroy it before I even had a chance to put the food in the ball. It did however survive it's first night in our home. If you have an aggressive chewer this may not be the toy for you. For our needs I think the Kong Wobbler is a better choice, however if you are just looking for something to put a few treats in for a couple minuets of activity for your dog, this might be okay. (Sorry for the dirty floor in the pictures, he got crumbs all over while playing with the ball.)
The plastic material is soft and looks pretty thin in parts, so I think if she wanted to, my puppy could chomp through it. She seems to enjoy batting it around and chasing it to get her breakfast, so I'm not too worried about that. She's a herding breed (corgi), so I think she likes the experience of rounding up this thing that drops a piece of food on the floor every few seconds. If she was less patient and less engaged by the thrill of the chase, I don't think she'd like it very much. Seems like the slow pace of release could frustrate some dogs.
I give her a half a cup of kibble in it on mornings when she seems really hyper. It takes her about a half an hour to get all the food out, and she'll chase it around and play with it for a few minutes when it's empty. She seems to understand that when the jingling noise inside stops, it's not going to give her any more food - I think she just likes the size and texture. Plus, the plastic has a slightly sweet scent that makes it attractive on its own. I'm sure that combined with the lingering food smell ups the engagement factor.
I originally bought this because we needed a challenging toy that could be used with regular kibble. Our dog has stomach problems and he's on a strict diet so he can only eat his dry dog food. We use individual pieces of food as treats since everything else upsets his stomach. This ball is perfect for his limited diet since I can just fill it up with his regular food. It would make a great meal dispenser for dogs who eat too fast, too. We have tried almost every other food-dispensing toy and this is by far the best one. Definitely not for heavy chewers, though!
What makes this toy so challenging and long-lasting is the way the hole is designed. It's not just a gaping hole in the side of the ball as some of the photos make it appear. The hole goes down into a chute, making it much harder for the pieces of food to fall out. When we first got the ball, our dog would push it hard and send it flying across the room, then collect the treats it left behind. Now he has learned just how much he should push it and he stops the ball before it gets caught in a corner or rolls under a piece of furniture. It's so fun to watch him play with this toy!
Hands (and paws!) down, we all agree that this is the #1 toy ever.