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Yuppy Puppy Treat Machine

4.1 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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  • Metal Body, Metal Lid, High Impact ABS Bone, Break Resistant Acrylic Globe
  • Dogs Love to get there own treats
  • 1 year warranty
  • Gift Box

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Product Description

The only Gumball Machine for dogs. This unique machine allows you to train your pet to push the handle down to dispense his or her own treat into the bowl. You'll have hours of fun watching you dog learn this great trick. (Treats optional). 1 year warranty

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B00061OVRG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,488 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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This was the most difficult "trick" that I've taught my yellow lab, but it was well worth it. Initially he wanted to get his mouth in the shoot or bite at the bowl. With patience, my husband and I repeatedly placed his paw on the bone lever until he eventually (WEEKS later) totally got it! Once he knew what he needed to do, we let him keep hitting away to reinforce the right approach. He's even used his nose when he's had a sore leg, making it more difficult to use his paw. We DO have to keep it on a counter that he can't reach, so it's supervised use only or he would empty it.

Friends and family enjoy watching our lab do this so much that we've bought these for gifts for other dog lovers! We fill it with Charlie Bear treats, which are the perfect size. If we run out, we temporarily put some dry chow in it.
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My dog is starting to get the hang of using the treat machine. She is a little rambunctious and tends to hit the globe part of the machine, and sometimes knocks it over completely. My only recommendation would be to put some sort of gripping surface on the bottom to prevent this with other excited dogs.

The quality is great and I like how it slows down her eating process... I'm considering using it for her daily feedings!

I have already recommended the product to all of my dog loving friends.

Thank you!
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I bought this for my 2 dogs after seeing it in my groomer's salon. I have one dog who is really smart, and he figured it out easily. I just showed him a couple of times, and now he gets treats whenever he wants. I just put dog food in there, and he doesn't over-eat anyway, so he can have as much as he wants. Then there is the dumb dog...she has no idea where the food is coming from, but she loves the toy too. The smart dog will go over, hit the bone handle, and walk away. He leaves the food there for the dog who can't figure it out! He'll also leave food in there for the cat. It's a great toy for a smart dog, but another dog might not be able to figure it out.
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Well, my 3-year-old male Australian Cattle Dog picked this up within minutes. Tonight (his second exposure to it) he fed himself dinner. This is about the most enthusiastic he's been about anything, so I'm happy.

It is somewhat light weight for an enthusiastic dog, and he's tipped it over several times. I may have to anchor it to a board or something, and it would be nice if it came with anchor point to help do that. It seems to drain food well and not leave stuff in the globe. Overall, I'm quite pleased with it, and so is Carter.
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cute little machine. haven't had it long, but seems good quality like it would last. my dogs haven't learned to do it (they are basset hounds after all), but my dogs have trained me to push the lever!
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My dog goes nuts when she sees me get this thing out. She taught herself to use it after about five minutes; I didn't even show her how (she happens to be very food motivated.) I loaned my first one to a friend and never got it back so finally just ordered another one because my dog likes t so much. She's a really smart and loves puzzles to keep her mind occupied, so this toy is perfect. She's always sad when it's time to put it away. EXCELLENT TOY!!!
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My poodle had one of these when I was a kid. So now that I have my own place and pets, I got one for my Bichon. It took him a few days but he figured it out and loves to get his treats out. He sometimes has a hard time pushing the bone lever all the way down, but does get treats out the majority of the time. I wish I could adjust the lever for a little shorter dog...maybe that is why he has trouble. There was nothing in the instructions that said you can adjust that so I am scared to attempt it and break the machine. It is made of durable products so it can withstand dogs and their antics, haha!
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By Rennepooh on November 6, 2012
I bought one of these machines nearly 20 years ago, and it is still going strong!! It has a few teeth marks from slow learners, but my dogs love it and it was totally worth the money!!
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