Premier Twist and Treat

Premier Twist and Treat

Product Description
The first and only two-piece rubber chew with adjustable treat . The adjustable opening allows for a variety of treats and can be twisted wider for easier access to treats or tighter for longer playtime. Small size – for dogs less than 20lbs. Breeds such as Miniatures, Terriers, etc.

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  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Idea …Poor Execution
    I bought this for my two year old mini aussie. She likes to tear things apart, but in general it takes her several days to destroy a flimsy squeaky toy, however the twist and…

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great idea but not super durable
    We have a chihuahua mix who loves to chew and although this toy is still intact, there are deep puncture marks everywhere and the rubber is coming off in small chunks.

  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    small dog can damage it easily
    I have a 15lb minpin who chewed chunks out of this within 5 mins… its not for strong/powerful chewers, at all. I’ll stick with the bustercube thats plastic!

  4. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    Rip off!!!
    My 55 pound lab destroyed this within 2 minites. Not durable at all. Don’t waste your money.

  5. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    You can only fit a limited size treat in the product. My puppy was excited at first then lost interest after the 3-4 time. Good idea that just needed a little more design.

    • Fala
    • August 23, 2009

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great kibble dispenser
    We were looking for a better kibble dispenser than the Hartz toy we picked up at the supermarket (similar to Hartz Oogies Dog Toy, Medium (Colors Vary)).

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for Small Dogs
    This is our Bichon’s favorite toy. We smear cheese on the inside and then put treats in and she can spend all day picking out the pieces.

  7. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    My dog destroyed it within minutes!
    Unforunately one of my labs was chewing on this and bit a chunk out after I gave it to her. I was EXTREMELY disappointed in the durability of this item.

  8. My pit bull chewed through this in about 3 minutes flat. The gorilla kongs and bustercubes are a lot more durable. Oh well–this is expensive and too soft, at least for a vigorous chewer.

  9. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    Easily chewed up
    I bought the medium for my Staffordshire terrier to “mix it up” with her toys when she is crated. Within a few hours she had gnawed enough off of it that pieces of rubber were…

  10. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice Toy for the dog
    Very happy with the toy…our pug loves it. Only complaint is that the treats seem to fall out of the hole pretty easily and so she can eat everything within 3-5 minutes.

  11. What self-respecting mid-size dog isn’t a power chewer? I have a 36 lb. border collie mix and she chewed large chunks off this within 5 minutes, perhaps less. It’s a nice idea, though to keep them busy. The smaller ones may be good for smaller dogs but there is no point to the larger sizes; the material is much too soft. Get this if your mid-sized dog is elderly and mentally focused but can only gum things.

  12. I am the owner of a 100 lb. Lab mix who is a VERY powerful chewer. I absolutely LOVE Premier’s products! I cannot speak highly enough of the Citronella Collar, Gentle Leader, and the Busy Buddy Squirrel; these have all made my life with my dog much easier!! However, I was very disappointed with the quality of the “Twist and Treat”, which I paid a whopping $15 for at a retail store. My dog typically goes through toys like candy, but I thought this one would be worth the money; it just sounded so darn cool! Unfortunately for my pocketbook he chewed through the plastic in 5 minutes flat. This is a very well-designed interactive toy made by a great company, but if you have a strong chewer, stick with the Kongs filled with frozen peanut butter!

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