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JW Pet Treat Tower Treat Dispensing Dog Toy

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Large

$14.49

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Small

$10.49

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Shipping weight = 0.75 lb.

Product Summary:

 
JW® Pet Treat Tower Treat Dispensing Dog Toy

The JW Pet Treat Tower Treat Dispensing Dog Toy is an interactive toy designed to keep your dog stimulated and entertained. Simply insert dog treats and watch your dog go to work. As a learn-and-play dog toy, the Treat Tower difficulty level can be adjusted as your dog learns. Available in two sizes to accommodate most size dogs.

Features:

  • Interactive dog treat toy dispenser
  • When your dog wobbles the Treat Tower, treats are dispensed
  • Difficulty level can be adjusted as you dog learns
  • Treats are easy to load
  • Available in two sizes to accommodate most size dogs
Item Specifications:

Color:
Multi

Size:
 
Small:
Recommended for small and medium size dogs

Large:
Recommended for medium and large size dogs
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large 403452 LG 43506 618940435068
Small 403452 SM 43505 618940435051

Product Reviews by Customers

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A hit!
I have a Morkie who LOVES this toy! Easy for him to figure out and play with. Great toy!
June 7, 2017
Nice and sturdy
I had one and the dogs would fight over it so I had to buy your second they absolutely love it. It's so wonderful to I fill it up with snacks and that allows me to leave the house and it keeps them entertained for quite a while while I'm away.
April 25, 2017
Great treat dispensing toy for larger dogs
Great, durable toy as long as your dog isn't a little Pomeranian who is too afraid of it to play with it, instead expecting YOU to always "paw" at the toy to get the treats out so she can eat them. If you have a DIY dog, who loves toys that reward them with treats, this is a great toy.
December 11, 2016
It was a qualifive product for a good price. It was also promptly delivered.
My dog loves this toy! It's great enrichment for her when I'm away.
November 5, 2016
Actually great for Kibble
You adjust the difficulty with turnable rings which make the hole smaller. The smallest hole is still fairly large and lets kibble through pretty easily, but if you don't line it up completely then you can make it even smaller. This is what I do with my baby girl's toy and it works like a charm. It takes her some time to get the kibble out ( though definitely not hours ). My dog personally enjoys playing with it even when it is empty as well. She tosses it around pretty roughly and it has been very durable.Throwing in a treat or two might make it harder for the kibble to come out as well, but my pup has a very sensitive stomach, so I haven't tried.
July 3, 2016
Best to dispense only a few treats at a time
Do not use this if you plan to fill with kibble to feed pet. even on the most difficult setting...kibble just easily pours out.
May 27, 2016
Use this in lieu of a slow-feed bowl
Once a week, my dogs get their kibble dinner in a treat tower. They have lots of fun getting it all out. I have to put them in different rooms though because they finish at different times. The nice thing is it won't roll under furniture and get stuck like a treat ball. The other nights, their dinner is in a variety of slow-feed bowls. I change off every night and dinner time is not only happy, but fun.
February 10, 2015
This product not for chewers
My 6 month old black lab puppy had pieces chewed off in less than thirty minutes...
September 3, 2014
Easy to use
My dog,Jack,loves his "shakey puzzle." I only had to show him how to use it one time. Now it's his favorite.
January 9, 2014
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Looks like it'll be a nice challenge for my dog to get the treats out of it.
Irma M on Feb 18, 2018
very active border collies
Dawn M on Sep 20, 2017
Looks like it'll be a nice challenge for my dog to get the treats out of it.
Irma M on Feb 18, 2018
my large mix breed loves this toy. i only use at meal time. she has no interest in it after she eats, but gives her something to think about and allows her to eat slower. it did break after about 6 months of hard knocks, but she enjoys it so much, i just had to replace it. good value for the money.
Terri F on Oct 30, 2017
very active border collies
Dawn M on Sep 20, 2017
it looks fun!
Aimee D on Mar 25, 2017
Recommended by dog trainer. My dog enjoyed using his paws to move the toy to release the treats. The tower has multiple openings for the treats to dispense. So even when the treat releases still a slight mystery as to exactly where it is!
Susan O on Jan 26, 2017
A new treat toy challenge for my little dog.
Kim N on Dec 11, 2014
I like treat toys, especially if I can change the level of difficulty.
MARTIN S on Nov 1, 2014
Our dog loves a Kong treat toy. But I thought I would give her something new to try!
M J on Sep 2, 2014
my large mix breed loves this toy. i only use at meal time. she has no interest in it after she eats, but gives her something to think about and allows her to eat slower. it did break after about 6 months of hard knocks, but she enjoys it so much, i just had to replace it. good value for the money.
Terri F on Oct 30, 2017
it looks fun!
Aimee D on Mar 25, 2017
will large kibble fit inside toy?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it should fit....the openings are fairly large for the food to come through....almost too big, I think. But, in all honesty, I don't use this toy anymore for my Sheltie because she seems to like the Kong Wobble better. The Wobble is very durable hard rubber and it keeps her engaged longer because it takes her more time to get the food out of it.