OurPets IQ Treat Ball Interactive Food Dispensing Dog Toy
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- Fill with your dog’s favorite treats, promoting active and healthy feeding
- Adjustable feeding difficulty levels continue to challenge your dog as they learn
- As your dog plays and the rolls the ball, treats will fall out to reward them for being active
- Twists apart for easy cleaning
- Ideal for small to medium sized dogs (colors may vary)
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Helps Your Dog’s Digestion and Mental Health
Veterinarians recommend slow feeders to aid digestion and reduce bloating, and dogs love the challenge. Fewer treats will dispense when you set the difficulty level harder, making your pup work harder for their food.
Reward Your Pup for Being Active!
The OurPets IQ Treat Ball is a fun rendition of a slow feed bowl that promotes a healthy lifestyle for your pet. You can put a portion of your dog’s meal in the ball, only allowing them to eat what is dispensed when the ball is rolled. It can be filled with treats or kibble and set to a desired difficulty level using the ball’s adjustable interior disc. This toy promotes active feeding, giving your dogs the exercise they need and then rewarding them for it!
- Healthy Lifestyle
- Active Feeding
- Exercise They Need
Boosts Mental Stimulation from Play
Acts as a Source of Physical Activity
Helps Foster a Strong Relationship Between the Pet and Its Owner
Strong, Durable Plastic & Non-Toxic
The IQ treat ball is made of high quality materials that will uphold through rough and tough play. The plastic is non-toxic. It twists apart for easy, convenient cleaning.
The OurPets IQ Treat Ball keeps your dog mentally stimulated, physically active, happy and healthy. This toy reduces boredom and destructive behavior through healthy play and exercise while developing and maintaining your dog’s physical alertness. Just fill the toy with your dog’s favorite treats, adjust the level of difficulty, and watch them have a fun, interactive feeding experience.
Size: 4 Inches
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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.
As of today, his jaw and two front teeth got stuck in the hole, which we had no idea until we started hearing him freak out and cry ( he is always around us when using this toy). As it is hard plastic, we were unable to break the ball so we had to bring him into emergency. In order to get his jaw unattached, they had to sedate him and break the ball with which was quite the process.
Also it is VERY small - about the size of a softball. She lost it under things 3 times in the first 20 minutes, then she lost it so thoroughly that I haven't been able to find it. So - lost the first day.
Even with the insert removed, its very hard to get kibble out of it - and I feed my elderly beagle Costco Mature Dog, which is a small kibble. The reason being that there is a raised area all the way around the hole in the top of the dome. It traps the last dozen or so pieces of kibble in there. With the insert removed, its not TOO bad - but with the insert in, its a study in frustration as the 1 or 2 pieces of kibble the dog manages to knock through the opening in the insert into the clear dome just won't make it over the hump and into the real world where goggy can munch them.
And finally, I have vinyl laminate floors. Nice and smooth, not hard at all. And the ball was badly scarred already in the first half hour of use.
Really this thing is just too small. In the first place, you can only put about a half cup of food in it. So I have to refill it multiple times throughout the day. Not just once in the AM and once in the PM. Or I would - if it weren't apparently permanently lost now. The reason it is now permanently lost is also due to its small size. It's behind/under something where I can't see it and probably won't see it again until I move. I'm too old and creaky to be getting all the way down on the floor trying to search under every piece of furniture in the room.
I was envisioning something more along the lines of a hamster ball. Definitely NOT something so small it can roll under the couch - which is probably where it is now trapped, in the dark, amongst the dust bunnies.
I think food dispensing toys are a great idea, but the implementation of this one leaves a LOT to be desired.