Triple Crown's pet products division brings you the benefit of their vast experience working with thousands of dogs and their owners. Triple Crown creates innovative toys and training products that reflect the way dogs learn and have fun.
Everlasting Treat ball provides hours of chewing fun for your dog with the interactive Triple Crown Everlasting Treat Ball. Made of a soft, yet durable puncture resistant material, it will hold up to even the toughest chewers, and the unique design allows for it to wobble and roll around on its own. It's great to use for preventing destructive boredom behaviors or to keep your dog happily occupied. Hide it around your house or yard for a game of doggie hide & seek with a tasty reward when your dog finds it, feed your dog his regular meal portions out of it, or insert a Triple Crown Everlasting Treat. The options are endless, the fun is everlasting.
I HAVE A KING DOBERMAN (157LBS) I COULD NOT FIND ANYTHING THAT HE COULD NOT TEAR APART IN 5 SEC. EVERLASTING TREAT BALLS AND TREATS ARE NOW MY BEST FRIEND, THE BALL IS DURABLE ENOUGH THAT HE CAN NOT TEAR IT UP AND THE TREAT ITSELF LASTS FOR A 11/2 DAYS --THAT'S HUGE FOR MY JERIMIAH. I AM BUYING 2 FOR MY DAUGHTER'S JACK RUSSELLS
Fair and fun by Lenny's Mom from Somerset, NJ01/17/2011
I received this as a gift for my dog. He is a Shepherd/Beagle mix. He had a lot of fun chewing and licking the treat for several hours...and then he got it out and ate it all. It lasted a few hours, not a day and a half as above. I just need to know how healthy it is...otherwise...I recommend it!
Two Paws Up for Triple Crown! by Sarah07/31/2008
I'm purchasing a replacement for my springer's FAVORITE toy (it has worn out after 3 years of daily use). The shape is perfect for sticking healthy treats like carrots inside. It cleans up in the dishwasher. If you have a smart dog that loves a challenge, this is the toy for you!
keeps them entertained but stains carpet by Mishy10/21/2011
My 2 dogs both really enjoy trying to chew the treats out if the ball and it keeps them busy and out of trouble! The only problem I have with the treat is that when they chew on it for a while, their drool mixes with the brown treat and lightly stains the carpet. Now they only get it outside or in their playroom...
Gone in 60 seconds by mb12/25/2011
Hey, this is a great concept, but the ball is expensive, and the refills cost more than you can imagine. This was a Christmas present for our 80 lb. lab, and within less than 1 hour he had tore the treats out, and was chomping them to nothingness. When he finished, it was as if he was on a sugar buzz, and was being extremely beligerent (sp?). I am now worried that to refill this thing will eventually drain the dog budget. Great idea, good chew toy (for a very, very short duration).