Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 20
Rated 5 out of 5 by DJSt My dogs love these
We made this a nightly treat dispenser for our older dog by putting several small treats inside and then a tiny bit of peanut butter in either end. He loved it and would either bring it to us when he thought it was time or we could say "go get your kong" or "go get your toy" and he would run and get it and bring it to the kitchen to be filled. Once we got our second, younger dog we had to change the routine for fear if we left the kongs out all the time she would just chew them up because they are not indestructible. Now we just bring them out in the evening, fill them up and they each get one and then they have to be put away. It does keep them busy for a bit.
August 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by JLock This kong toy is great!
This toy looked strange and I wasn't sure what to expect but it got good reviews so I bought it and I'm happy I did. I put my dogs kibble in it instead of just dropping it in her food bowl. It keeps her occupied for over an hour because she has to throw it around in order to get the food out. She seems to really enjoy it and I think it tires her out a little. I would highly recommend this product.
April 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Addyneric My dogs love them
I have 2 Rotties that are too smart for their own good sometimes. These toys are great. I love that you can put multiple toys together to hide more treats and make it more challenging.
March 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by vtalex A fun addition for treat time
We save a bit of our two dogs' dinner kibble for "treat ball time" later in the evening. These have made a great, challenging addition for them. It takes them longer than our other treat balls and it's fun to watch then try to figure it out. Also, one of our dogs will destroy anything if he can, and so far he hasn't done any damage to this one - it's as tough as advertised! The only challenge for us is that it's a little harder to fill if you're using Kibble and not the Kong treats suggested (we haven't tried those yet).
March 11, 2015