Great for play in confined areas - designed to naturally circle horse
Made from safe, heavy-duty plastic
Engage your horse's interest with this innovative treat dispenser. Fill with a tasty treat - cubed apples or carrots, alfalfa cubes, baked biscuits, etc. The horse must roll dispenser with his head to make treats fall out the side opening. He'll play for hours - even long after the treat dispenser is empty. Wheel-shaped ends move dispenser in circles, preventing it from rolling away. Use to eliminate boredom, as a reward for good behavior, or to stretch back and neck prior to training. Encourages horses to stand in their natural grazing position. Made from highly durable, thick, shock-resistant plastic to stand up to the roughest play. Wide, 4" bottom opening accommodates appropriately sized treats. Twist-off cap secures tightly when in use, opens easily for filling and cleaning. Clean with warm water and mild soap, rinse thoroughly. Measures 8-1/2" diameter x 20" long. Domed end measures 14" diameter.
For Horses Only.
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Inspect toy periodically for damage. Do not permit horse to continue to play if toy is broken or damaged. Please replace when worn.
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