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Premier Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug - M/L

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Description

Works Great With Simply Wild Pet Food Premier Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug treat dispenser keeps your dog interested and motivated to play. It's the solution to interactive play. Tug-A-Jug stimulates your pet's sense of sight, smell, hearing, touch and taste. Features unique rubber wrap and rope for chew play and clean teeth. Tug-A-Jug works well when filled with Simply Wild Pet Food.

  • Available in M/L for dogs over 40 lbs.
  • Non-toxic
  • Fill with your own treats
  • Customer Reviews

    Review Summary
    4.5
    11 Reviews
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    64% Recommend this product (7 of 11 responses)
    By tsw
    Los Angeles, CA
    Sizing not indicated
    July 1, 2015
    The description only said large size but when I got the toy it was huge and is labeled for 40 lbs & over.

    Looks like the right size would be a good food toy.
    By Cheryl
    Overland Park, KS
    Play With Your Food
    March 13, 2015
    This is an awesome toy that makes dinner last longer on days when I think they need more fun. You do need to train it. I taught my dogs by showing them how I pull on the rope to move the jug around and food comes out. I showed them me picking up and tossing it a bit. They learned and love it! We've had 3. The first one is still used, after around 8 yrs. The 2nd one the rope totally unraveled. (I heard that when this happens you put a ping pong ball in it to help block the food. I bought a 3rd and both my Aussies get very excited when these come out! When I left it with them while working, I put bigger treats in it than kibble to make them really work for it. They would.
    By Weezer
    Review for Premier Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug - M/L
    May 11, 2013
    I was really disappointed. I think the design of this item makes no sense as the bottle always hangs when held by the rope - therefore no food comes out and the dog loses interest. I'm going to cut the rope off and insert the tennis ball as someone else suggested - hopefully that will allow the food to fall out better.
    By mickey
    Warwick RI
    well worth the money
    October 22, 2012
    we bought this Premier Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug - M/L to replace one that broke and we were very please with this new bottle. the write up on the website showing this bottle is somewhat different than what you are getting. but it worked out being a better buy for the money. we will surely be buying more dog toy's and other items from your company.
    By DogloverC
    Clifton, NJ
    this is a great toy
    May 31, 2012
    my dogs love it!! they played for hours....
    By BC M.
    Finally, a great toy... that lasts!
    September 23, 2010
    I love this toy! I'm getting ready to purchase my 3rd one as a persistent dog will eventually chew off the stopper on the top of the bottle - but considering the life of most dog toys I only have praise about a toy that lasts a full year in a house with 3 Border Collies!

    Would highly recommend this toy.
    By lacey65
    dog loves it
    September 8, 2010
    Have an Aussie. I put her food in it in the morning. i am on my second one. She ate the first rope. Am keeping a better eye on her now. I would buy this again. Love toys that make them think
    By Jerry B.
    Everyday use
    December 30, 2009
    We have a 19 month old American Bulldog and she uses her Tug-A-Jug every day since she got it almost a year ago! It is showing some wear but is still going strong! She eats every meal out of it and LOVES IT!
    By Michele
    Murphy's Favorite Toy
    September 5, 2009
    I bought this toy for my 10 year old yellow lab about 6 months ago. Over the years he has slowed down quite a bit, but he still enjoys 2 things: working and eating! This jug keeps him busy. Since the day it arrived it is the toy he greets me at the door with. When he wants it filled he drops it in my lap or at my feet. The jug is made of a very sturdy plastic that has yet to crack or flake off despite everyday use. I highly recommend this toy...and Murphy does, too!
    By Cheryl
    Keep them thinking toy!
    February 14, 2008
    I have an Aussie that does a lot of thinking; often she is too smart for my own good. This toy is very challenging to get the treats out, but very motivating. We just got it today, and already she has been busy with it off and on for 3 hrs. Looks exhausted now. Though she wants to chew the "scent holes" end, she can not get her mouth around that size/shape to damage it. It is extremely hard plastic, as well, not like the new peanut butter container she attacked and entirely ate while I mowed the lawn. I expect this will continue to delight her and hold up for a very long time to come. Fun to watch her face problem-solve, and it will be a safe toy to leave her alone with.
    By Mely
    Finally a toy for my genius muscle dog
    February 6, 2008
    If your dog is a super genius with the chewying power of a Croc then this toy is for you. It's been 1 hour and this toy is still in pristine condition. Toshi the dog loves the Tug-A-Jug.

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