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Dog Treat Toy Ball, Dog Tooth Cleaning Toy, Interactive Dog Toys(1 Green+1 Blue) 2.8″ Pack of 2

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(2.8″, 1*blue+1*green)Dog Treat Toy Ball: Add your dog’s favorite food or treats into the Ball, it will easy to attract your dog’s attention
Interactive Dog Toys: Perfect for interaction with your dog, promote bond between you and your dog
Non-toxic Dog Treat Ball Toy: Made from natural rubber material, bite-resistant and nontoxic,non-abrasive,safe for your pets
Dog Tooth Cleaning Ball: Sawtooth antiskid surface design, fit the tooth shape of dog, effectively help to clean your dog’s teeth, keep their teeth strong and conducive to massage the gums
Dog Trianing toys: Improve your dog’s intelligence, convenient to train your dog

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Features:
Size: 2.8”
Basic dog treat toys ball can accompany your dog
made from natural rubber
bite-resistant and non-toxic,safe for your pets.
The sawtooth antiskid surface design, fit the tooth shape of dog,
effectively help to clean your dog’s teeth
perfect for interaction with your dog, promote bond between you and your dog and improve your dog’s intelligence.

12 reviews for Dog Treat Toy Ball, Dog Tooth Cleaning Toy, Interactive Dog Toys(1 Green+1 Blue) 2.8″ Pack of 2

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  1. Jim

    I bought these to give my dog something to do while I’m stuck at home. I have a bunch of different food toys and like to rotate through them to exercise her brain in different ways. This one is great because it doesn’t require a ton of food but takes her a little bit of time to work through. It’s about the size of a baseball, and I love that I got two of them. Very easy to clean by running under water. I also throw them in the dishwasher if needed. My dog is a little shark but so far she hasn’t chewed this toy up or ripped anything off of it other than the treats! -JenRead more

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  2. Helen L.

    This ball kept my pit bull occupied until she had released every single treat. She is a hard chewer and only managed to rip off a couple of the rubber teeth in the process. My terrier mix was baffled by the ball, however, and fled for his split elk antler. To each their own, but I would recommend this product.Read more

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  3. Emily

    I am a dog sitter and my clients LOVE these fun puzzle balls! Of course, not every dog loves every toy, so you have to take your own pup’s preferences into consideration. I’ve been using these for about 3 months now and no one has destroyed them yet, though if you know you have an extreme chewer I would stay away, these are pretty average quality. I like them because they keep the pups entertained for long enough that I can sit down at my computer for 5 minutes. For the price, I would recommend!Read more

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  4. Beth

    This is probably the best dog toy I’ve bought for the money. The balls are sturdy and bouncy and even hold up to aggressive chewers. Also, the side slits are perfect for inserting small treats and it keeps the dogs entertainEd trying to pick them out. Its a play toy and treat toy in one and you cannot beat the price. I would definitely recommend this.Read more

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  5. Kristy

    I just received these a day ago. I put my dogs dog food (small breed size) in between the teeth. The kibble stays in between the teeth of the ball really well. I was worried it would just all fall out, but it is holding up to my 13 lb chihuahua running arround with it and chewing on it. He is able to get kibble out like the ball is intended. He isnt a ball dog so I didnt think he would really play/chew on this, but to my surprise he is. He will chew it for awhile and then come back to it. He carries it to his bed and will chew on it. It is keeping him occupied which I am thankful for. So far so good. I ordered a couple more for my nephew and sisters dogs. Once he gets bored of it I will put a treat in between the teeth along with his kibble to give him variety. Great price. Im not sure how durable it is, he has only had it for a day. But based on one day I can say no ball teeth are missing.Read more

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  6. Pen Name

    My two dogs – a 9 year old black lab mix and a 7 months old black lab mix love this thing. They start drooling and jumping when I pick it up to fill it with dog food. My older dog (who is exceptionally smart) goes through it within 3-4 minutes. My younger one takes her time and it keeps her busy for up to 8-10 minutes. Also, It is made from durable material and the paint doesn’t peel off.Read more

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  7. Jhs

    Dog absolutely loves these. They seem to help keep her teeth clean as a bonus. I use regular Hill’s Science Diet kibble, one or two pieces in each of the 8 grooves. A 2-step loading process works for me. Stick a kibble in each groove by hand, but don’t push it deep. Then use handle of a toothbrush or similar to push each one deep into its groove. Yes, possible to use a finger to push, but that made my finger sore. BTW, 2 balls is extra fun. I roll both of them, so my dog has the dilemma of which one to attack. Often switches back and forth as they roll and bounce.Read more

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  8. Tricia or Guy Petersen

    Still going strong after a week of aggressive chewing by our 4 1/2 month old pit mix. I was worried, too, after seeing some of the other pictures, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised. Advice to future buyers: Even with hard chewers, I’d give these balls a go, under close supervision. The reason being, when they do work out, they’re fantastic toys. They bounce, great for playing fetch, the center can hold bully sticks when they get down low (so the dog doesn’t eat what’s left in one swallow), and the treat holding nodules are multi faceted. How can I explain this clearly? The middle is deeper than the sides. So you can place larger treats in the middle, or smaller ones – if you’d like to make the treat harder to get. Or … place them toward the sides for an easier effort. (I tried sowing this in the pictures) You literally hear those nodules cleaning the teeth. I would still be on guard. If a pet does break off a piece, it would be relatively easy to swallow.Read more

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  9. Client d’Amazon

    Mon chien ayant des allergies alimentaires, ce n’est pas évident de donner des gâteries. Donc ce jouet me permet de lui donner ses croquettes et il est heureux comme s’il s’agissait de gâterie.Read more

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  10. Michael L

    My dog loves this! Entertainment for a long timeRead more

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  11. Deena

    I bought many chew toys that hold treats but I like this one best. The treats are actually held in by the teeth on the ball, so puppy has work to get them out. Love these ballsRead more

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  12. André Duquette

    I’m no scholar but I’m pretty sure that this item can’t be described as a ball.Read more

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