About Outward Hound Whirli Treat Dog Puzzle
Closeouts. You'll love watching your dog paw at Outward Hound's Whirli Treat dog puzzle and gobble up the rewards when treats come spilling forth from four separate chutes. Fill it with kibble or treats and enjoy the show.
Specs about Outward Hound Whirli Treat Dog Puzzle
- Material: Food safe composite
- Weight: 7 oz.
- Dimensions: 6.31 x 5.13 x 5.13" (LxWxH)
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Reviewed by Sunbug from Orlando, FL on Sunday, May 8, 2016Strange toy. The treats come out of the ball very easily. The ball simply rolls off the stand with a slight nudge, so I wonder what it's for. Disappointing all the way around.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by captain i from eden utah on Monday, March 28, 2016This may work for a cat or very small dog. The ball will just roll off the stand so whats the point. food then easily falls out on the floor so now you teach your dog to eat off the floor. It was on sale so thoughtI would try for my cleaver dog. He did not mind getting the reats but no challenge. I will tie it to a friend with a tiny poodle and see if she likes it. Not worth returning.
Reviewed by Priscilla from Santa Barbara on Saturday, March 12, 2016I bought this for my siberian husky who is almost 2. The product I received matched the picture description but not the picture on the box it came in (the box said it was supposed to have 4 holes for treats to dispense, but theres only 2). Maybe my husky has a strong nose... because when he tries to nudge the ball to get stuff out, it falls off the green base thing. but it works as a toy. I imagine this would work as a food dispenser for dogs who eat fast too. I put some kibble and some treats in here and my dog loves it. Overall I don't regret the buy.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by nodnyc from New York on Sunday, March 6, 2016These are high quality, but this one is a little small (my guy is a boxer/pit mix) and seems like it's a bit more for burning puppy energy than an adult dog's toy.
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