Premier Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble Dog Toy

Premier Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble Dog Toy
Description
Makes for their in a and challenging way. Mentally and physically stimulates dogs by appealing to their and stalking drives. Holds approximately 2 cups of food. The Treat Meter on either end of the balls randomly dispenses and treats.

  • Mixes food and exercise for a fun toy that keeps your pet in shape
  • Randomly dispenses treats while your dog plays with it
  • For dogs over 20 pounds
  • Unscrews for easy and cleaning
  • Holds about 2 cups of kibble or treats (sold separately)

Premier Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble Dog Toy

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Comments

  1. My dog really likes this toy but it makes a mess in the basement, he leaves a trail of kibble all over the floor when he plays with it. That said, it’s a lot of fun to watch him paw at it.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Premier Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble Dog Toy

    While I usually don’t take the time to write a review, THIS product has my attention!! We have a Maltese mix (who’s more the size of a small beagle), and I’ve been looking for good activity–for stimulation and exercise, especially when the weather is bad outside. Having had other (smaller) treat dispensers, I really thought the larger one was the way to go because I didn’t have to keep getting it out from underneath the bed or behind some other piece of furniture. We use the Dogswell chicken “jerky” treats (so one doesn’t have the kibble grit on the floor) and I cut them up into kibble-sized pieces. We tried these in the toy and realized that the ends needed a few small snips–and VOILA!! Our dog walks all over the loft area and just the other day she took an entire hour to get out her treats–so her attention was sustained. Once in awhile she would stop to chew on the ends, but just today, she didn’t do that at all. The funniest part is that one is supposed to supervise the dog, well . . . I sure did–so much so that I didn’t get anything done because I got such a kick out of watching her! The other thing is that her intelligence is showing as she will pick it up (with the end of it in her mouth–and remember, she’s a Maltese mix)–and she will throw it down in order to coax the treats out! Oh, and the “bumpers” are good–make it very “easy listening.” Also, it is SUPER easy to clean! No need to worry about stuff hidden in all kinds of crevices! She is getting faster, however–and today, she took about half an hour to get all of the treats out. In any case, I’m DELIGHTED with the product!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!

    I have two puggles, one 20lbs and the other 30lbs, each of them painfully got their lower jaw stuck in the hole of the ball. just recently i had to take my smaller dog to the hospital because it would not come off. She was sedated and the ball was removed but not after a $200 charge to put my dog under. This product is not safe!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I received this item, unpacked it, filled it with food and 5 minutes later my dog had chewed off all the rubber bumpers leaving bits of purple rubber all over the floor and I assume in her belly (1 yr old Rhodesian Ridgeback). This toy is worthless for dogs who like to chew or gnaw (which covers a good number of breeds).
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. The rubber moulding was shredded to pieces the first day my 3 1/2 yr old female lab was finished playing with it. Bad, unsafe and unnecessary accent. You should offer other colors too. Way over priced for the quality. We have stopped using. How do I get my money back??????????????

    Great concept, product needs development.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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