Giggly Fruit Treat BallStrawberry or Watermelon shaped treat ball. Hard, durable plastic treat ball that makes giggly sounds when moved. Just push in a few loose treats and watch as your dog is entertained by the funny noises and the challenge of getting the treat.
Strawberry - 4½" x 5"- No Longer Available
- Watermelon - 3¼" x 4¼"
Never leave a pet unattended with any treat or toy!
Made in China.
- Type: Food Dispensing
- Material: Plastic
- Style: Watermelon
- Size: 4¼" x 3¼"
"dog loves it but broke easily"
My 90 pound doberman loves this toy. It keeps him distracted and is a great way to feed his meals since it makes him eat slower. The only downside to it is that he broke the "giggly" part of it within minutes of having it. Now there are a bunch of loose parts inside. It would probably be better for a smaller less destructive dog.
"The Dog Crushed It"
Bought three. 1. One bite and the dog crushed it. Ruined. 2. The puppy tossed a it into the air and it landed on the kitchen floor and knocked all the parts inside loose. Third watermelon is waiting to be destroyed.
This is a great ball to keep your pet busy. My 10lb Maltese loves it as much as my 100lb Labrador does. They both love to roll it around to make the kibble fall out, silly boys act surprised each time a piece comes out. Sturdy, fun toy.
I bought this for my latest puppy litter. with noise it is a stimulating toy for them at a few weeks of age. Later I will put some treats in it to add tothe entertainment value!
"Keeps them busy"
Bought 3 of these for my Pit bull puppies that are 9 months old, 2 of them stay busy for hours trying to get the treats out and then beg me for a refill when it's empty. Great little toy to entertain the hoodlums. Ordering more
"Could be better."
My puppy likes it, but not as much as the other toy I bought him from Jeffers. I put kibble in this toy, and the treats fall out so easily, it makes it simple. If it were a little harder, and more challenging, it would be more interesting for him. However, he still plays with it as long as it has kibble inside. Thanks Jeffers!