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IQ Treat Ball Dog Toy


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IQ Treat Ball Dog Toy


Your canine Einstein will really enjoy the IQ Treat Ball. It’s smartly designed so that you can adjust the access, making it easier or more difficult for your dog to reach whatever delicious delicacies you hide inside. It’s a unique, roly-poly puzzle that’ll keep your pooch busy, happy and moving.




·         Smart Toy Learning Level: Brilliant

·         Challenges and stimulates your dog’s intellect

·         Eliminates boredom and related negative behaviors like destructive chewing

·         Encourages physical activity and interactive play

·         An excellent choice for portion controlled feeding

·         Easy to fill, easy to clean

·         Non-toxic material is safe for your dog


Item Specifications:



Medium (3”)

Large (5”)


Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not durable My dog had so much fun with this treat ball...for about 2 days. After he figured out how to roll the treats out, he took to a simple method by easily chewing apart the plastic top. One crunch was all it took and the plastic shattered into pieces. It's a shame because it was a great interactive toy. September 27, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Henry loves this ALMOST as much as his Buster Cube Henry loves his Buster Cube! (Same company, but not sold on, and I got this as a little different of a toy for him. He LOVES it! My only complaint is that it holds less than 1 cup of food....not enough to feed him a full meal out of July 30, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for a bored chihuahua Our Chihauhua gets bored when we're gone during the day, and when he gets bored, he eats carpet. We had a few food toys, and they worked great, but he was getting bored with them and he had figured out all of them, so we purchased two more to help keep him busy. We purchased the medium IQ ball, and he LOVES it. We have carpeting, and the first day we played with it with him when we were home and he caught on very quickly. We have to put his dog food, and small treats in there for him. If we place just the regular food, he isn't interested. We crumble up a few treats, and he loves to roll the ball and "gamble" to get a yummy treat. When we go to leave the house he just sits and waits for us to put this toy down, and he is playing with it before we even close the door. Our chihuahua had figured out his old toys, so we purchased this one because we thought it was a puzzle inside which can be made harder. The opening can be set to harder or easier, but there isn't a puzzle inside like the other toy we purchased.There are two holes for the food to travel through. The first hole is settable in size, and brings the food into that clear colored area where they have to then push it out a second, non-size changeable hole. That said, he still loved it and since the first hole can be made smaller, it's still challenging enough for him. It's working great and we aren't even on the hardest setting yet after two months. Our Chihuahua is 10lbs lean, so it's great for a dog his size. I would have given this product a 5 star if I had known there wasn't a puzzle when I purchased it. The way I understood it, there was puzzle traps inside to make it more difficult. Great toy though. June 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by I wish I could give it 10 stars I have a husky/puggle mix (yes I know very bizarre mix) but her personality is very husky so she is a methodical destructor!! Stuffed toys last at most 5 minutes with her, even those that are guaranteed to last. Also, the beagle and husky in her make her way too cleaver for me!! I have never had her play with a toy by herself, let alone do it for hours on end day in and day out. She has finally met her match and I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the hour I get to relax while she chases her IQ ball around eating up every treat and kibble. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! May 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great idea, great toy, entertained nervous, destru I got this toy for my Yorkie, but gave it to a friend with a papillion who was nervous, destructive, etc. He loves it, and enjoys treats from it (he could use a few pounds) I'm gettting two more...what else can I say! March 15, 2010
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Because our German Shepherd is Brilliant and needs a challenge :)
Sandra T on Nov 28, 2015
Tons of great reviews and should keep a hyperactive, ADD/HD dog occupied a while!
Chris C on Sep 30, 2015
my dogs like this treat and are always loosing it. I am getting several so I always have two on hand while I find the misplaced ones.
Carrie F on Oct 28, 2015
Have a new puppy and want him to learn to be somewhat independent play, last puzzle ball lasted 17 years and wore out.
JANETTE P on Sep 16, 2015
is this for sure the blue colored one?? my dog was obsessed with his until it broke then we got him the orange one and he does not like it as much
Jim D on Oct 23, 2015
Best Answer: Jim,
When I purchased this item last December as a gift for our son's 8 mos. old Aussie, it was the orange treat ball. The color didn't seem to bother her, as this was her first experience with this dog toy. You might want to contact customer service and speak directly with a rep to confirm that the item pictured is the color you want.
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Would like a yellow color as cat is used to previous ball colored yellow?
Barrie O on Oct 20, 2015
Best Answer: I'm fairly sure the color doesn't matter, their more interested in the treat that's inside
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