Atomic Treat Ball Dog Toy

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Atomic Treat Ball Dog Toy

 

What a blast! The unique Atomic Treat Ball dog toy is designed to keep your smart dog engaged and active. With an erratic bounce for wild chases and a challenging treat puzzle to hone intelligence, it’s sure to become a fast favorite.

 

Features:

 

·         Smart Toy Learning Level: Smart

·         Challenges and stimulates your dog’s intellect

·         Recommended by premier animal behaviorists

·         Eliminates boredom and related negative behaviors like destructive chewing

·         Encourages physical activity and interactive play

·         Unique shape has an unpredictable bounce that drives dogs crazy

·         Use by itself or fill with treats or food (sold separately)

·         Easy to clean

·         Non-toxic material is safe for your dog

 

Item Specifications:

 

Size:

Medium (3”)

Large (5”)

 

Materials:

Vinyl

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by still usable after chewing damage My 11-year-old Golden mix has eaten part of his breakfast out of it for more than 6 years. A couple of years ago a Pit foster got hold of it and made the hole WAY bigger. I adapted it by inserting a big rawhide knot (Smiley doesn't like rawhide), dropping the kibble and apple pieces around it, and topping them with a chunk of snout or ear (doesn't like them either). He's able to do more than just roll it; he now can pick it up and toss/drop it until everything is dislodged. It's his favorite food toy, and Jerry's chewing made it even better! March 28, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by He made his own openings. First day with the toy, he cornered it and chewed the corners open. Even if that hadn't happened, the opening was so big, all the treats would fall out. Paid WAY to much for very little enjoyment. March 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dog's favorite! I had the med sized one for my mini-dachshund. Bought a larger cube toy (same idea) for my lab.....they both "fight" over the atomic ball. Durability wise, this toy is great when used as it is intended....which is NOT a chew toy...I would recommend this as a must have for any dog owner! February 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by works well for what it was intended the previous review might imply that this doesn't make a good chew toy. well, it's not a chew toy ... it's a puzzle toy, although my wirehaired pointer gave it a good go with her strong jaws and it held up fine. of course, she was monitored. this toy is intended to be pushed and tumbled, not chewed. if you have a chewer, i wouldn't recommend this toy. if you have a dog that is willing to figure things out, the Atomic Treat Ball is a great toy/exercise. my puppy-mill rescue guy loves his: http://www.flickr.com/photos/illonahaus/5234635140/ we give this toy four paws up. December 5, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not for powerful chewers I purchased this for my 16 month old pitbull mix, and he chewed it up within 30 mins. I idea behind this toy is good, but the material isn't sturdy for heavy chewers. I'd recommend Nyla and Kong products instead. June 15, 2010
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