pupmomof3 from Phoenix, AZ
I have three large dogs that love the Everlasting Chew. I tried this, thinking it might be just as good but it didn't last 2 minutes out of the package. Both the screw piece (broke into pieces) and the topper were chewed/swallowed whole. Seemed like a good idea but not recommended for strong chewers.
Kelly from PA
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
I bought this product to put in the Everlasting Treat ball, hoping it would keep my dog occupied for hours. Not so much. She chewed through the one end in about 32 minutes, and after that, it was easy as could be to get the rest out. It did take her around 20 minutes to eat the whole thing, but definitely not as long as I had hoped!
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
I gave my puppy these interlocking treats attached to the fun ball, hoping to keep him busy for quite a while. Unfortunately, within 5 minutes he got the top unlocked and devoured it in 5 more minutes. The rest of the treat was then really easy to get off, and he ate that within a few minutes as well. This was NOT at all what I expected and too much treat for him to have eaten all at once. He enjoyed it, but it did not serve its purpose. Very disappointed!
Kathy from Concord, CA
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
My Pug is alone most of the day and can get into lots of trouble. He loves his everlasting treats. I screw them into a dumbell shape - One treat will last about 7 days. He stays out of trouble, since he's happily occupied.
Julie from Grand Rapids, MI
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
I have two dogs that get bored when alone. They are only allowed the everlast balls and treats when we are gone. They actually look forward to us leaving now. I paid about $10/each for these in the store.
Toni from Los Angeles
15 out of 27 found this review helpful
While my dog enjoyed eating these for the price I wouldn't recommend them as they don't last long. My Aussie is content to push the treat ball around with stuff inside and doesn't need these to make it fun!
Kara from York, PA
39 out of 76 found this review helpful
I got this for my puppy because he was working the regular treats out too fast so I thought these would keep him busy. He is a 7 1/2 month old chocolate lab and got the treat torn apart and eaten in 1/2 hr. He likes the chicken treats but this doesn't even seem like a challenge to him.
Bonnie from Mill Valley, CA
45 out of 86 found this review helpful
I tried the everlasting treat ball with the regular treats. I have 3 hounds and the youngest, a female American Foxhound (1 year), popped out the treats in about 2 minutes. With the everlocking treat, it keeps ALL of them, particularly my Foxhound, amused and engaged. She is still in her destructive phase so this product is a life saver!
Karen from Atlanta, GA
29 out of 56 found this review helpful
We got this for our dog 1 yr old when we were going to be gone most of the weekend at a soccer tournament - hoping it would keep him busy and out of trouble while we were gone all day. He LOVED it! Kept him busy and out of trouble!!
Justin from Akron, ohio
37 out of 74 found this review helpful
This is fun for dog. It can hold treats in and they can try to get it out!
Catie from Vermont
106 out of 216 found this review helpful
This one is definitely more treat than toy, and it only comes in two of the four flavors found in the companion Everlasting Treat chicken and liver, but my Aussie and Eskie both enjoyed them. It was difficult to thread the two caps onto the stick, but once on they stayed put. It only took my Aussie about 90 seconds to figure out that if he dropped the treat on the hard tile floor the stick would break and he would have multiple treats. Chewing them to bits took longer, about 3 hours for each dog to chew their cap and half of the stick down to nothing. Next we tried the package suggestion of using it with the Everlasting Treat Ball fantastic toy!. This lasted longer, but within an hour my Aussie had the ends of the stick chewed down and both caps out of the ball. They just do not fit into the ball as well as the regular Everlasting Treat inserts. Again, it took them several hours to eat the caps once they got them out. These are also more expensive than the regular refill treats. Overall the dogs did enjoy them, but except for special occasions I would stay with the Everlasting Treat refills instead.
121 out of 211 found this review helpful