Bob-A-Lot Food Dispensing Toy (2 sizes)
$26.20 – $39.00
Holds Variety of Treats & Kibble – Easy-to-fill, easy-to clean dual chambers allow you to fill with treats or kibble.
Easily Customize Difficulty Level – Adjust opening to control release of treats. Bobs and tilts on weighted, anti-slip base.
Puzzle releases treats as your dog paws, nudges and chases. The Bob-a-Lot is available in Large and Small sizes.
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|Dimensions||300 x 130 x 130 mm|
See this 3 month old Corgi using the toy
An independant review on this toy
Large Treat Dispensing Chew Ball by Starmark0 out of 5
The Treat Dispensing Chew Ball, made by Starmark guarantees to slow down your dogs’ eating, while providing an enriching playtime. Made from a material stronger than rubber! Great for powerful chewers. Free of latex, vinyl & phthalates, it is safe for your dog to play with and chew, even after the ball is empty of his meal.
Fill it with your pets normal meal and/or treats, the chew ball system encourages play which helps reduce anxiety and boredom behaviors. You can even use wet foods in it if cleaned well between uses.
Nina Ottosson Medium Treat Pyramid (Soft)0 out of 5$17.90
The Nina Ottosson Medium Treat Pyramid is a fun activity toy to be filled with treats. Suitable for many dog breeds as well as cats and rabbits too!
It wobbles, rocks and throws out pieces of treats when the pet pushes and plays with it.
Made of soft and strong TPE, a material similar to rubber, for quiet play inside the house.
This toy measures 11,6cm H x 8,25cm W.
Let your pet play and work to get the treats out by pushing it with their paws and nose. The Treat Pyramid, which has a weighted base, will rock, twist and wobble back and forth so that treats will fall out through the hole in the top.
The weight in the base helps the Pyramid stand up straight.
Can be used indoors and outdoors.
Fun and activating brain training due to the fact that it has irregular movements.
JW Rockin’ Treat Ball0 out of 5$28.00
The Rockin’ Treat Ball is a twist on the standard, hollow treat ball. Food can be put in the 2 blue compartments and screwed together. The opening sits in the blue tube in the middle of the toy which is surrounded by the white, nylon frame of the ball. This means the toy can be picked up and carried or shaken, as well as pushed and rolled with paw and nose. Treats occasionally fall from the inner tube for your pet to retrieve.
The Rockin’ Treat Ball comes in 1 size only and is suitable for most breeds of dogs (from roughly 5kg and up). Take a look at the video tab where you can see the structure of the toy explained as well as a few different pups using theirs.
Aikiou Canine Interactive Feeder0 out of 5$41.00
More then a dog slow feeder, the Aïkiou or “IQ” as it is pronounced, is a puzzle feeder where you can hide your dogs food, it works well for both dry biscuits and wet foods! With this dog puzzle feeder, your dog will eat at a slower pace and express their natural needs. Invented in 2008 by a Canadian vet technician, the Aikiou puzzle feeder combines both an interactive dog feeder and slow dog feeder. Its patented design is one of the best on the market. It is so efficient than even Zoos are using it for behavioural enrichment purpose.
The feeder ‘paw-print’ measures 39cm X 34cm and is 7cm high, it has anti-slip rubber feet.
Nina Ottosson Mix Max for Dogs0 out of 5$29.50
Level 3, most difficult.
Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$20.00 – $28.00
The Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble toy mentally and physically stimulates your dog by randomly dispensing treats during play, turning dog meal times into play times. This oval shaped ball has soft, rubbery ridges which helps to stop and slow the ball as well as having it roll in an irregular way, with the added bonus of protecting the surfaces that it is rolled on. The Kibble Nibbles is suitable only for dry biscuits and treats, it will dispense food as your pooch rolls the toy around.
The Kibble Nibble comes in 2 sizes, the small is approximately 12cm long x 10cm wide, suitable for dogs under 15kg. While the large is approximately 16cm long x 15cm wide and for dogs over 15kg. The toy unscrews for easy filling and cleaning. This is a great foraging toy that is easy to get your pet started on and continue to use even once they’re experienced foragers. Do keep in mind that it is not ruggedly tough so may not be suitable for dogs that are destructive or like to chew. I would recommend the Kong Wobbler large or Busy Buddy Twist n Treat for these pets. Please do contact me for further suggestions also 🙂
Kong Dog Wobbler (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$33.00 – $42.00
The KONG-shaped Wobbler is an action-packed treat and food dispensing toy. It sits upright until pushed by a dog’s paw or nose and then periodically dispenses tasty rewards as it wobbles, spins and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned Wobbler users. The Wobbler can also be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to help slow and extend mealtime while providing exercise for your dog. Unscrews for easy filling and cleaning.
The Kong Wobbler comes in 2 sizes, the small is suitable for dogs under 15kg. While the large is for dogs over 15kg. The toy unscrews for easy filling and cleaning. This is a very sturdy toy! Check out the videos to see it in use and also what it puts up with, I toss mine over the railing each morning to land a level below!
Busy Buddy Twist n Treat Large0 out of 5$22.00
One of my favourites! The Busy Buddy Twist ’n Treat will keep your dog busy as he tries to get the delicious treats inside. The two halves are adjustable to work with a wide variety of treat options. Twist the halves far apart to give your dog a quick reward, or twist the halves closer together for more of a challenge. Add biscuits, treats or even wet foods to this toy to entice your dog. You can even smear with cheese or peanut butter for a special treat.
To use, twist apart the two halves of the Twist ’n Treat. Load with treats or kibble, and then twist the toy back together again. If your dog is new to treat dispensing toys, leave the halves far apart to make it easy to reach the treats. Twist the halves closer together for more of a challenge. This toy comes in 3 sizes (the medium is pictured in the last photo with Rosie, the Cattle Dog X). The large is a fair bit bigger and suitable for dogs over 25kg.
Outward Hound Mini Treat Wheel0 out of 5$24.60
The Treat Wheel inspires natural, treat-seeking fun! Start by filling the 8 treat chambers with treats or kibbles. Then, encourage your pup to explore the toy. By pawing and nuzzling at the Treat Wheel cups, your pup will quickly learn to retrieve the treats!
Every dog’s a winner with Outward Hound Games! Bring out the genius in your dog with our interative, treat-seeking puzzles and exercise toys.
- 4 treat-hiding cups
- 8 treat chambers
- Multiple scent guides
- Adjustable difficulty knob on bottom
- BPA, PVC, & phthalate free
JW Treat Tower (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$31.40 – $39.20
The Treat Tower toy made by JW is a clever design with an adjustable level of difficulty. It sits upright, with a weighted base, until pushed by a dog’s paw or nose. When pushed it wobbles, spins, rolls and tilts, releasing treats as it does. There are 3 levels within the toy and each has opening(s) into the next level. At the bottom level there are openings for the food to fall out for your pooch to retrieve. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned foragers and thanks to the 3 different opening sizes within the levels, you can adjust the difficulty of the toy for different biscuit sizes or to make it harder as your pooch learns. The Treat Tower can be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to help slow and extend mealtime while providing exercise for your dog. Unscrews for easy cleaning, though it can be filled from the top without having to open.
The Treat Tower comes in 2 sizes, the small is suitable for dogs under 12kg. While the large is for dogs over 12kg (or for smaller dogs that you would like to provide a more difficult challenge). Both sizes have the same number of levels, however the small has only 1 opening per level and the large has 2 openings per level. They both have 3 different size options for these openings.
The bottom level (from inside the toy, to outside for your pet to retrieve) has 4 openings that are not adjustable, however you can cover some of these openings internally if you’d like to. Scroll to the side of the images to see more than the preview.