Premier Twist and Treat Dog Toy

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Premier Twist and Treat Dog Toy

Product Description

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

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    • Xenon
    • December 11, 2009

    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.

  1. 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.

  2. 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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