unique toy that not only dispenses treats, but provides your dog with exercise! The top of the KONG Satellite toy is translucent so dogs can see the treats inside. The toy then dispenses treats randomly, encouraging your dog to work for his food and slow down treat consumption. Provides mental and physical workout, challenging their senses!
Unique spin, tilt and tumble dispensing action(Br>
Prevents rapid eating
Stimulates mentally and physically
The KONG Satellite Treat Dispenser measures aproximately 8.5 inches in length.
This would maybe work for a small breed that couldn't get their mouth around the bulbs. I have a beagle..and she tries to bite the toy instead of move it around to get the treat out. I fear she will break a tooth. Plus she has now chewed the heck out of the round bulbs and they are sharp.
Not good by Mary BDo
Durable Satellite by deannalw from Orem, UT01/27/2014
My Jack Russell Terrier normally destroys the cheap toys I buy her from drug stores. This one has been holding up with only a few tiny scratches! Kong toys are superior to the rest.
She has a few other puzzles at our house that she likes to do. This one was easy for to her to figure out and keeps her busy for hours (or at least until it runs out of treats). A great treat I would recommend for other dogs to challenge their brain and keep them active.
by animal lover from southern maryland12/30/2013
the clear top isn't very clear. my dog can't see through it. the dispenser is plastic and isn't very inviting for the dog to play with. i thought the dispenser would be like the rubber kong toys and would bounce. if i had known the toy wouldn't bounce i probably wouldn't have bought it.
I have a super smart little monster and he figures out treat dispensers immediately. This dispenser has fared well so far after a month of daily use and abuse. Love kong products because they are the only ones that seem to last at all.
Not great by Maxie from USA09/08/2013
Our golden Max loves his treat dispensing toys. The Kong Satellite treat dispenser did not quite make it to his favorites. The positives are design, size and complexity of outlets so treats don't come out that easily. However, the material is hard plastic which makes this toy very breakable and potentially dangerous once pieces of sharp plastic start coming off. Treat dispensing toys need to be made of flexible material as dogs will do just about anything to get that last piece of treat stuck inside!