Planet Dog Orbee-Tuff Snoop Treat Dispensing Dog Toys
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- Challenges and triggers the brain in fun & stimulating ways
- Translucent with a deep crevice that contains the treats for hours of treat dispensing fun
- Made in the USA
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- 100% recyclable
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Orbee-Tuff snoop is the latest addition to Planet Dog's interactive line that challenges and triggers the brain in fun and stimulating ways. Snoop is translucent so dogs can see, hear and smell the treats. And, snoop is squishy, with a deep crevice that contains the treats. Filled with treats, dogs will pounce, nudge, nose and nibble to release the hidden reward. For extra credit, insert any Planet Dog 2.5: Orbee-Tuff Ball (Also stuffed with treats) for a double-prize. Snoop is made in the USA, recyclable and non-toxic. Snoop made for all size dogs and is 5" in a diameter with a half-moon shape. Cleaning snoop is easy - fill with soapy water, shake, rinse clean and air dry. Snoop is 100% guaranteed. Any time. Every time. Snoop comes in translucent blue or orange. Best of all, 2% of snoop's sales goes to the Planet Dog Foundation to fund the training, placement and support of working dogs helping people in need. Thank you.
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Before, when I was putting her food in a bowl, she would graze at it over a few hours. This was not good for several reasons. I am much happier with her consuming her food within a short period.
AND--she has not destroyed it yet, unlike the dozens of toys of all materials that didn't last 5 minutes. True, I usually take it away from her shortly after she's done, but she has also taken it up on the sofa with her and slept with it rather than trying to kill it. I am hoping it will last for a long time, but if for some reason she starts chewing on it and if it gets damaged (it's soft and large for her mouth so she might not hurt it), I will purchase another one.
Update: "Sterling" demands play with this twice a day. The challenge has been to avoid over-treating him. Here are the stages of utilization I have observed as he developed his understanding and techniques: 1) Initial confusion moved into using his LONG TONGUE to remove treats (a technique probably not available to smaller dogs) , which gradually transitioned into 2) ROLLING, which became 3) SNAP ROLLING. As time passes, he now starts using the 4) LOW DROP, bouncing the treats out, moving into the 5) HIGH DROP, and ultimately with the last, reluctant treats, he resorts to his 6) THROW DOWN. It took a couple of weeks for him to learn these styles, but now he uses all of them as the situation dictates, and he continues to be very satisfied with the challenge provided.
I've now had this just over two years and it is finally starting to show some wear on the edges of the funnel that is normally folded into the bowl. It still functions just fine, but there are a couple cracks at the edge. I bought a second one earlier this year as a replacement but haven't used it yet. I decided, tonight, that I'd throw out the old one next trash night. lol In my original review, I mentioned that I pick the dispenser up immediately after she finishes eating. It's been clear that she isn't going to massacre it, so I'm not as vigilant at picking it up. Sometimes, she'll have it all day while I'm at work. She'll greet me at the door with it hanging from her mouth while her butt wiggles in greeting. It's quite the sight. A bubble-headed, wiggle butt.
Love this! I haven't found anything I like better.
I really love this treat/food dispenser. My dog gulps her food and has some other behavioral issues. A different treat dispenser was recommended by a trainer and I wasn't impressed with that one. So I did some research and came across this one. I already have the Orbee Diamond Plate ball which my dog has been unable to destroy over several months (and she destroys most balls within minutes). Already impressed with Orbee, I decided to give this dispenser a shot.
Based on the reviews, I knew this could be destroyed as it's not meant to be a chew toy. Generally, as soon as my dog is done eating, I remove the dispenser. However, there have been several occasions where I haven't done so, and she has not chewed it up. I don't know why, but once she gets all the food from it, she's done with it and leaves it alone. I'm not complaining because it's too expensive to keep buying them.
The first few tips of the dispenser will offer a rather generous payload, but I see that as a good thing as that initial success keeps her trying--even when there are only one or two pieces of kibble to get out at the end. Because this is a soft material, it is flexible and provides some decent bounce. It's quite fun to watch her grip it in her teeth (it looks like some bubble-head muzzle when she does this), lift her head, and slam it to the ground to bounce out the stubborn kibble at the end. She's also discovered that if she gets on the sofa or bed, it drops farther and has more impact thereby dislodging any kibble that might get stuck in the tiny hole on the bottom. It's good fun to watch her antics and nice to know that she isn't gulping her food. It normally takes her between 15-20 minutes to get every last piece out versus the 2-3 minutes when she inhales it out of a bowl.
I mentioned the tiny hole at the bottom. I was concerned that the smaller pieces of kibble would trickle out. My dog eats Blue Buffalo with Lifesource Bits. The Bits are very tiny (smaller than a pea) and would easily fit through the small hole; however, this does not appear to be the case. Generally, a larger kibble will get wedged in the hole and prevents the smaller one from getting out that way. My dog gets 1 to 1.25 cups of food twice a day (depending on her activity levels), and I have had no trouble fitting either of those quantities in the dispenser. As I already mentioned, the first few rolls of the dispenser will eject a higher payload and the more food I put in, the higher the initial payoff.
Some reviewers have complained about the dispenser gathering a lot of carpet fuzz and dust bunnies. This is true. I run the dispenser through very hot water every other day after she eats in the morning and by her night time feeding, it's dry. Then about twice a week, I add dish detergent and shake it up to clean it really well.
Food is easy to put in this. The plastic (or whatever material it is) is folded down in so it's more of a half-moon ball. When it's on the flat side, it challenges the dog to figure out how to roll it back to the bouncier, rounder side. Anyhow, the folded down part can be rolled out and functions as a tube through which I add the food. Then I just roll it back in on itself and voila! 15-20 minutes of food and fun.
Because of the material, this is quite a quiet dispenser which is nice when I have to feed the dog at 5:30 in the morning and don't want to wake up the rest of the house. I have tile, laminate flooring and carpeting, so she can transition amongst the three without any major noise difference.
I've had this for a couple months now, and she still loves it, and it is holding up quite well. Again, despite being a chewer, she seems to leave this alone once she gets the food out (It appears I'm lucky in this).