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IQ Treat Ball Dog Toy

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$6.64

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Product Summary:

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.

Features:

  • 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:

Sizes:
Medium: 3"
Large: 4"

Colors:
Assorted

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large 492750 LG 2130010792 780824107924
Medium 492750 MD 2130010793 780824107931

Product Reviews by Customers

4.2 / 5.0
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Great concept.
The treat ball was exactly as described. Haven’t been able to use yet as the puppy has just arrived. Love the concept.
February 11, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Not for big chewers
I bought two IQ Treat Balls for my two German Shepherds. In less than an hour they were both destroyed. Not for big dogs or dogs that can chew.
May 23, 2015
Probably not for big dogs
This toy worked fine in that it dispensed treats based on your dog's ability to roll the ball around and get the treats out of the dispensing hole. However, my dog was able to chew the ball since it was small enough for him to get into his mouth, and he ended up breaking the cover. I think this would be ok if you have a smaller dog that didn't bite so hard, but mine (yellow lab) made short work of the toy. Maybe I'll try for the bigger size next time.
January 3, 2015
IQ Treat Ball Dog Toy
The only real problem is that my dog rolls it under and behind things and I have to get it out! Otherwise, it is a decent toy. It could be stronger and maybe a little bigger to avoid getting stuck in some of the places it gets stuck in.
December 5, 2014
hard plastic ball that the dogs can't munch on
I like this toy. The dogs have to work to get the treats or food out, and it is big enough that the dogs can't get a good enough grip on to bite down and break. We have multiple big dogs and finding durable toys is a challenge.
December 1, 2014
My puppy loves this toy!
This is my 15 week old puppy's favorite toy. I'm hoping it will continue to entertain her for a long time to come.
November 8, 2013
I treat ball dog toy
My baby smoky love to play with iq treat ball and love to see treat fall out from ball and eat treat. It is rally fanastic toy to keep her busy than her own ball. It is unique toy. It is very good product.
August 7, 2013
My Boston Terrier puppy & I really like this treat ball! Even the CAT uses it!!!
My Boston Terrier puppy eats about 60% of his food out of the IQ Treat Ball. He has it completely figured out at 8 weeks, and will roll it around for quite a while eating his kibble out of it. Even my CAT will roll this around to get freeze dried liver bits out of it.
July 27, 2013
Medium?
I have a ten pound Silky Terrier and I bought the medium size thinking that would be a good size for him. On the package it says that the ball should not be able to fit in the dog's mouth and I thought this would be a good size for a small dog. He just spent the whole morning carrying the ball around my house in his mouth. He seemed to have fun with it and I was glad to see him worn out by the end of meal time. I also bought a Large size for my parent's Golden Retriever but if he can fit it in his mouth it won't last long.
August 24, 2012
Noisy but Great
This toy is very noisy on hard floors. My dog loves this toy and it keeps her busy.
November 12, 2011
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My puppy has a lot of energy and I need to get things done so I am hoping this will help occupy some of his time!
Amber M on Apr 16, 2018
Looks like it'll be a fun interactive toy,
Irma M on Feb 18, 2018
My puppy has a lot of energy and I need to get things done so I am hoping this will help occupy some of his time!
Amber M on Apr 16, 2018
Looking for a toy to keep my Weimaraner amused during the day.
CASSANDRA S on Mar 20, 2018
Looks like it'll be a fun interactive toy,
Irma M on Feb 18, 2018
To keep the dogs busy while we leave
Rachel W on Dec 29, 2017
Our labs love this ball. Easy for older dogs who are not very active.
Helen T on Nov 27, 2017
Thought my dog would like but he didn't even try.
SUSHEILA U on Sep 4, 2017
Bought one for my own dog and it was brilliant. This one is a gift for a friend's dog.
Jalyne B on Aug 14, 2017
perfect for my smaller dog who doesn't get to play with other toys as they are too large
Sophia R on Apr 11, 2017
look like the best
Lee B on Mar 18, 2017
My dog loves this toy. They last about 4 months... so buy a few. For the price, it is a good value.
Thom Z on Feb 28, 2017
My dog LOVEs the challenge of getting treats out of toys. This will help keep her occupied while I'm gone. And, I bought one for a friend.
Catherine W on Dec 1, 2016
Its my dogs favorite toy. She has bounced it down the basement steps onto the concrete floor & it hasn't cracked. It's also very nice that the opening for the treats can be varied. Great toy!
Deborah L on Nov 28, 2016
Looked interesting. Needed new treat dispensers for my Labs.
BRYAN S B on Nov 17, 2016
I work in an animal shelter and these have proven to be a favorite among both small and large dogs. Not recommended for heavy chewers as the plastic is not super heavy duty.
Moriah D on May 4, 2016
my boys need mental stimulation so, going to try this before spending money on treat puzzles which are pricey.
Jennifer B on Mar 23, 2016
Daisy loves to find treats in these!
judy s on Mar 14, 2016
Because my dog needs to get more exercise. He is treat trained and I think this will get him moving around more.
Cheryl M on Feb 4, 2016
the noise that the toy makes (it's plastic) can deter a dog from enjoying this puzzle, especially on a hardwood surface. However, if you introduce the toy on carpet, they will quickly learn it's mechanic.
Scott B on Dec 21, 2015
I love interactive toys
Margaret B on Dec 14, 2015
My dogs have two, already....one cracked, but understandably, because they play wild with these toys !....keeps them occupied for a long time....great exercise.....
Yvonne Marie M on Dec 13, 2015
recommended by a friend.
Joni K on Dec 9, 2015
okay. I wish they held more food. Fills fast so if feeding a full meal to a dog who eats over half cup of food you need to use another toy. Other than that they are a nice challenge level.
meredith b on Dec 1, 2015
therapy dogs use these with our kids who have special needs
Janet N on Nov 30, 2015
Because our German Shepherd is Brilliant and needs a challenge :)
Sandra T on Nov 28, 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
Tons of great reviews and should keep a hyperactive, ADD/HD dog occupied a while!
Mikeal Allen on Sep 30, 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
dog has to WORK to get treats out!
Barbara K on Aug 12, 2015
Looking for toys to keep a 1o month old puppy busy!
Angie S on May 19, 2015
Want to try it.
Melissa C on May 9, 2015
the double sections and ability to get the treats out. plan on using cheerios depending on hole sizes.
KATIE O on May 1, 2015
looks like fun for my dog
KATHLEEN B on Apr 7, 2015
to keep my aussies busy while i am at work
Carrie G on Mar 1, 2015
Interactive design, keeps smart dogs busy.
MINDY B on Feb 28, 2015
this is the first time I am trying an IQ toy for my pup, I chose this one because it offers a tough outer shell that can be left outside in the yard and the enticing treats inside will keep her busy for hours.
Jessica M on Feb 11, 2015
Best toy ever invented!!!!!
Carly F on Jan 29, 2015
Something new for interactive play
Krista W on Jan 29, 2015
Have a mentally bored corgi.
Charles B on Jan 29, 2015
my dog really did not enjoy this because the treats I used were almost impossible to get out but I think it is just because I used to big of dog treats.
Rachel A on Jan 10, 2015
I'm giving these treat balls to my local animal shelter. I have one for my own dogs and they really enjoy rolling them around the house. Its durable for my bully breeds and shelter dogs will enjoy the activity in their kennel.
Yvonne M on Dec 5, 2014
My Doggie loves this. His is broken.
Constance L on Dec 3, 2014
Got good reviews - looking for toys that keep our dog amused for a while.
Karen Y on Nov 28, 2014
Friend recommended
Barbara M on Nov 8, 2014
My dog loves this and needs a new one
Sarah S on Nov 7, 2014
Looks Challenging
Andrew R on Nov 2, 2014
The dogs love this toy. It keeps them entertained for hours.I like to fill it before I leave the house.
Mary-Beth J on Nov 2, 2014
To see if my dog likes it.
Tom W on Oct 24, 2014
My rat terrier loves interactive toys.
Kim D on Oct 19, 2014
This toy keeps my cocker spaniel entertained for 30 minutes at a time. Loves it.
Diane G on Oct 3, 2014
Looks like fun for my dog
Claudia K on Jul 16, 2014
Looking for a toy to keep my Weimaraner amused during the day.
CASSANDRA S on Mar 20, 2018
To keep the dogs busy while we leave
Rachel W on Dec 29, 2017
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.
Darlene L.
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