The IQ Treat Bal features an insert that allows you to adjust the difficulty, determining how hard your dog has to work to get treats out of the ball! Smarter toys equal smarter dogs. Smarter toys make dogs work for their food which provides healthy mental and physical stimulation. There are three difficulty levels see if your dog can be a genius!
Love it! by Shih Tzu Love from Whittier, NC06/20/2010
This was the first treat ball I have given my Shih Tzu's...when I first gave it to them they had no idea what to do with it. It has been about 3 or 4 days since then & they are rolling it all over the house, they spend hours with it =) I am so glad that I decided to buy this. As for durability, it is standing up well & my dogs are hard chewers. It cleans very easily. I would recommend this for anyone looking to give their dog mental stimulation & hours of fun.
Maybe my dog's brain is smaller than most. But, she had a heck of a time getting the treats out of this ball - especially with the white barrier inserted. We just gave up and will stick to her orange Tricky Treat Ball.
Great product by Irish from Spokane Valley, WA01/29/2012
easier for my dogs to get their kibble out of...but you still need to buy small kibble for it to be effective
Ourpet IQ Treat Ball by JC01/16/2015
Great toy for puppies! Sometines I use it for breakfast feedings. She knows when it is empty.
Ourpet's 3" Treat Ball by ohholly03/06/2014
This is a TERRIBLE product! It's bottom heavy and neither of my dogs could roll it!! I contacted customer service on this and was informed that they do NOT accept returns so I guess I'll throw it in the trash!! Terrible product and Terrible customer service. Very disappointed!!
Great for Ferrets Too by Pickledferret from West Texas02/02/2012
You should include in the description that this Treat Ball also makes a great interactive treat dispenser for FERRETS, many treats sold specifically for ferrets fit nicely in it and it makes them exercise and learn to roll the ball to get treats out. Thanks!
OK by SirThaddeusFeathernickle09/04/2013
My 16 pound Australian Terrier has taken this apart 3 of 4 times I have given it to him. I'm glad I was in the same room when he did this.
I have a pretty good grip. He has a better mouth.
He enjoys rolling it around to eat his food which was left abandoned in his bowl.