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Our Pets Smarter Interactive IQ Treat Ball Dog Toy,(Colors may vary)
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- A fun pet ball to keep your dog mentally and physically stimulated!
- Fill the ball with your dog`s favorite treats or food
- Ideal for small sized dogs
- Adjust difficulty level as your dog learns
- Rolls on the floor and treats spill out
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Why Smarter Toys?
Smarter Toys for Smarter Dogs! Smarter Toys provide variable learning levels to encourage mind-bending, challenging play that keeps dogs busy for hours. Fill Smarter Toys with your dog’s favorite treats for irresistible fun, a healthy outlet for instinct and energy, and a diversion from unwanted behavior.
Why Dogs Need Toys
Playtime keeps dogs physically fit and mentally sharp. Without toys and healthy exercise, dogs may grow bored and engage in destructive behavior.
Atomic Treat Ball
What better way to keep your dog mentally stimulated, physically active, happy, and healthy than with a toy that dispenses his favorite treats? Fill the Atomic Treat Ball with kibble or treats and watch as your dog rolls and nudges the ball to get the tasty morsels inside. Available in 3” and 5” sizes.
IQ Treat Ball
For a challenge that’s filled with tasty fun, try the IQ Treat Ball. Fill with treats or kibble, set your desired difficulty level using the ball’s adjustable interior insert, and let your dog roll the ball across the floor to try to release the food inside. Available in 3” and 5” sizes.
Buster Food Cube
Give your dog the ultimate brain teaser with the Buster Food Cube! Remove the adjustable cylinder and fill the cube with your dog’s favorite treats. Then, reinsert the cylinder, adjusting the level of difficulty, and let your dog push and nuzzle the cube to release the treats. Available in large and mini sizes.
- Discourages destructive behavior
- Rewards healthy play
- A great way to treat your dog
- Each toy is available in two sizes
- Note: Toy must be larger than the width of your dog’s mouth
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|Size||3 inches||3-Inch||Small||3.4 oz.|
|Dimensions||5 inches x 3.5 inches x 3.23 inches||5 inches x 4 inches x 3.5 inches||2.5 inches x 2.5 inches x 2.5 inches||4 inches x 5.75 inches x 3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.2 pounds||0.02 pounds||0.18 pounds||0.25 pounds|
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The only downside is that a lot of times the lid gets loose even if you close it pretty secure. One time the lid came off completly as my dog was playing with it, exposing all the kibble. To prevent this I used some strength to close the lid very tight, but later I could not open it back up! It took a grown male to open it back.
My dog does not chew on this ball due to the awkward shape and material(hard plastic). I and my dog have dropped this a couple of times on both laminate and wood floor, but I see no crack on the ball so far. It seems durable.
Good ball to make your dog work for his breakfast or dinner.
UPDATE: My dog still loves this toy. With the difficulty setting set to max, it is the slowest treat dispensing toy in my collection(buster cube, tug a jug, kong wobbler). That's good, it lets him burn off more energy.
Also since the ball doesn't hold a full cup of kibble, I would pour half and the rest on his regular food bowl. I place the ball next the the bowl and give a release "OK!". Guess where my dog goes? He runs off with the ball! Even after realizing that there is food in the bowl (He puts his nose inside the bowl for a second and then goes to the ball) where he could just eat it, he perfers to get his food from the ball.
*Add puppy's food along with small treats so that he doesn't get an upset tummy.
*If it confuses him at first (mine sat and barked at it) then put all the treats on the top of the toy, closing the 'trap door'. This makes it much easier for him to figure out how to get the treats. As he gets the hang of it, put the treats on the bottom and open the door to the widest, slowly closing it as he gets the hang of it.
This might not be great for you:
*If you don't have a fairly big non-carpeted space- I don't think it would move too great on carpet. You don't want treats spilling out on your carpeting anyway.
*If your dog is very sedentary. To get the treats, the dog really has to bat this around- so a sedentary dog may loose interest quickly.
*If your dog is not food motivated(as few dogs as this may be)- once again, may not have much interest.
*If you have a very small puppy- small breeds may have difficulty with this as it needs to be batted very hard and it may be too large for them to get it to tip over (is weighted to stay with hole up if not hit hard). However, that depends on how active your puppy is.
This is smaller than I would have guessed. It's hard to get a feel for sizes here but the 5" is a large handful. It has adjustable difficulty, and I use this product to feed my dogs their kibble. Otherwise they inhale their food and get sick.
One of our dogs is easily frustrated, and one is really good with these puzzle toys. For now I have taken the center panel out entirely, as we don't want it that difficult and it allows me to put more food inside. It can hold about 1 cup of food and still be easy enough to screw it back together. With the panel in it will be a bit less. At some point in the future I may put the panel that increases difficulty back in for the more clever pooch.
One of my dogs managed to pop the thing open, but he's only done it once, perhaps it was luck or I didn't screw it tight enough. No damage to the ball. On more than one occasion I've found it difficult to open myself, it's just an awkward size for my hands my husband does not have the same difficulty, the dog drool does have a glue like effect.
If you are looking for a device to slow your dogs eating, this helps. It also helps wear them out a bit and allows them to utilize the scavenge instinct, feeder toys were highly recommended by our dog trainer. I think it's well worth it, but if your like me and have big dogs you'll have to refill them a couple times.
My dogs chew through most feeder toys (a German Shepherd and a Doberman), and they have not done damage to these yet. I try and take feeder toys away before they do damage, but it can happen so fast. The size of these and round shape makes it hard for them to do fast damage. They have tried a few times, but they can't get it into their grinding teeth due to the shape.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the perfect toy for a highly energetic and food motivated dog. My miniature schnauzer just loves it! The inside is adjustable for larger or smaller bite sized food. ... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by singit
Our husky puppy loooooves this toy. He is very much motivated by food so I put some of his dry puppy food in this and let him go! Keeps him occupied until all the food is gone... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Lauren D.
My Yorkie LOVES this treat ball. It really gets her going, and she chases it all over the house to get every last treat out of it. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Edddreeb
I have a 12 week old German Shepherd puppy who is very good motivated and VERY busy (good Lord is she busy) and this toy is perfect for her! Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Megan J. Mooney
It came in a torn plastic bag, scuff marks on it, makes a loud irritating noise and she will not even touch it. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Gloria
My dog loves it. There are different settings in order to start your pet off slowly and learn what to do to get the treats.Published 1 day ago by Raven