The Little Treat Toy That Could
This small fetch and treat toy packs a big punch with the fun it will provide. But for how long? Results may vary. In this review we use the 2.5″ model, there is also a 3.5″ available.
Quality & Durability
Before I started using this dog toy as a treat toy it held up very well with no signs of wear. Eli would even chew on it as if it were bubble gum for extended periods of time. It wasn’t until I started buying Ol’ Roy Marro-O-Treats and stuffing them inside did my dog started biting on this toy really hard to crack the treat in it so it would fall out.back to menu ↑
Eli and I both enjoy this toy as it has a good bounce and tumbles all over due to its unique shape. If you like to keep your dog guessing as with the ChuckIt! Erratic Ball then you will love this toy as well. Even though stuffing it with treats started causing wear on the toy Eli absolutely loves it. It took me a while to find the right treat but found that Marrowtreats were a perfect fit for this thing.back to menu ↑
At only a few dollars I would definitely buy this again as it is a fun alternative to throwing a ball or Kong/Sumo type of toy. It makes a fantastic treat toy for smaller treats.back to menu ↑
While this toy is intended for smaller and medium sized dogs a larger dog may be able to eventually tear it over time if given a reason to, such as stuffing it with hard treats. Keep an eye on it as you would any toy and you should be fine.
Indoor: As a smaller toy it is quite safe to toss around even with all the bounces.
Outdoor: The toy may pick up some dirt in the ridges and treat hole if tossed outside. Clean as needed.back to menu ↑
I picked this up on a whim not really sure what to expect. It turned out to be a great toy and even better treat toy. While it is slowly starting to tear it hasn’t chunked after a year of heavy use. It is starting to crack slightly now that I use it for as a treat toy however.back to menu ↑
- Light weight
- Fairly durable
- Nice bounce
- Can chip if used as a treat toy