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Starmark Bob-A-Lot Dog Toy

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SIZE OUR PRICE
Small

$13.49

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Large

$19.79

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Shipping weight = 1.75 lbs.

Product Summary:

Starmark Bob-A-Lot™

Fill this award-winning toy with food or treats for a playtime of epic proportion – and plentiful rewards. With a nudge of the nose or paw, the Bob-a-Lot turns and twists and spins, releasing well-earned kibbles through adjustable openings. Dogs will bounce and chase the toy everywhere, for a fun-filled session of food and exercise.

Features:

  • Durable polymer construction stands up to serious play
  • Anti-slip bottom
  • Dual chamber design
  • Adjustable openings to customize levels of difficulty
  • Keeps dogs intellectually stimulated and interested longer
  • Promotes exercise and sharpens acuity
Item Specifications:

Capacity:
Small: 1 cup
Large: 3 cups

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large 494816 LG SMBAL 873199000812
Small 494816 SM SMBALS 873199001147
Additional Information:
Great Fun For Dogs Of All Sizes
Fill this interactive toy with kibble or treats and your pooch will enjoy a game of epic proportion. With a nudge of the nose or paw, it turns and bobs and out comes the yummy. Your dog winds up bouncing and chasing the toy everywhere, and it can get tricky! There are two chambers, and each has an adjustable opening to customize the difficulty. Durable polymer, anti-slip bottom. Holds 3 cups. 494816

Product Reviews by Customers

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Simon Loves It
I bought this for Simon, my recently adopted dog. He has issues which we're working through, but he also would eat so fast that he would start chocking. Our trainer recommended a food dispenser to slow down his eating. This really does work! not only for his food but treats to keep him busy when I am gone. Simon knows it as "Roly Poly" loves it!
January 2, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Great Toy!
I purchased this toy so my dog that destroys most toys would have to work for treats & keep her busy. Once I got it home my other dog claimed it as her toy so I had to purchase another. Now they each have their own. Both dogs love it and Bella (the queen of toy destruction) has not been able to destroy this toy. It looks almost the same as when I purchased it. You need to use small treats so I purchase Zukes Mini's for it and I even make the openings smaller to make it a little harder for the treats to dispense.
December 21, 2016
BEST TOY EVER! No joke!
We got this toy a year ago from a different place when my border collie was three months old, to slow down his fast eating habit, we continued to feed him twice a day with this toy which he learned to do right away, As he got older, he would continue to play with this toy even with no food in it! He doesn't have a problem with fast eating anymore, he's a year-old now and it continues to push and shove the toy all over the backyard for fun, it's his favorite toy besides any kind of ball! I got two more in a small size and a large size because we're getting another border collie puppy! I keep the lid on nice and tight at all times this product has been tossed around more than you'll ever know and is still perfect! He even drops it onto the driveway from the top of his A-Frame!
August 21, 2016
For mini pig
I got this for my mini pig. It is perfect for her because of the small hole for her pellets and it is relatively stable. She would lose the ball within a couple minutes.
January 27, 2016
Great for active dogs.
We've had this toy for years and our border collie/husky loves it. She usually demolished most toys in a few minutes - even those that say "virtually indestructible". The only down-side is that she will from time to time get it stuck under furniture and come to me for help in retrieving it, but what toy doesn't? I'm glad I bought it.
April 24, 2015
Good in theory
Got this for my lab mix. Thought she would have a good time trying to figure it out. Instead she decided to destroy it. She could smell the treats still in the top and chewed the lid into a million little pieces. I realize this could be in part that she loves to chew and not the smartest but I really hoped this would stand up a little longer than two days. Just another one to add to the grave yard of toys. If your dog doesn't insist on destroying things it may be worth a try. If you have a chewer I would pass.
April 9, 2015
Great!!!
My dog (4 month old shar pei) loves this toy. It's interactive and moves a lot. It's durable and a good price. He can gulp a cup of food in about 5 minutes, so i use this to feed him. Works great. I like that i can control how difficult it is.
February 21, 2015
Good if your dog likes it.....
I bought this to keep my active dog busy. She figured it out pretty fast butgives up if I make it a bit harder for the treats to come out. My other dog just waits for strays that the first dog missed. Not interested other than that. My sister has a GSP that loves this toy.
December 29, 2014
My new boxer girl loves this. Since she almost inhales her food this helps to slow her down. Great investment.
September 9, 2014
Keeps active Border Collie mix interested
The scenario: Border Collie mix. Puppy. Highly intelligent. Cracked most "smart" toys in a matter of minutes, usually by "cheating." I ended up buying 5 of these suckers -- two big, three little -- so they could be her "sheep." I divvy up a handful of kibble among the five and then put these all over the house. They wobble so they catch her attention and itshe has to "tend" to each and eventually "herd" them to the same place so she can keep watch over them. It keeps her busy for a half an hour. I also keep the dispensing hole closed because she has figured out (first try) how to slide it open. She is also working on how to unscrew the cap -- but I take her sheep away when she gets to that point. Yay!
April 2, 2014
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My friend's dog has one of these and my dog loved it -- so we are trying it.
Kathleen S on Aug 19, 2017
looking for interactive toys
Cheryl O on Dec 19, 2016
My friend's dog has one of these and my dog loved it -- so we are trying it.
Kathleen S on Aug 19, 2017
interactive
Susan M on Apr 18, 2017
looking for interactive toys
Cheryl O on Dec 19, 2016
I have 3 very busy, and bored dogs!
DONNA M on Dec 11, 2016
Never tried a toy that dispenses treats. Thought I'd try. A little disappointed your website doesn't say if treats at included ore at least recommend what type of treat to purchase for this type of toy
TRINI Y on Nov 30, 2016
Had for previous dog.
JoAnn K on Sep 14, 2016
Recommended by a dog trainer
Lisa P on Jul 29, 2016
This is so much fun to feed my pugs from as it makes them work for their food and slow down when eating.
Carrie T on Nov 30, 2015
interactive to keep dog busy
MaryAnn O on Oct 19, 2015
My puppy is bored and his old toys- forget about it! He is starting to explore in a less desirable way i.e. chewing a shoe (He has never done this ever), removing the door stopper in the wall which prevents the door from damaging the wall (The little springy thing) How did he do that????... He is smart and this looks like it can keep him entertained and challenged for my toy poodle aka Pup Pup.
Lutuece H on Jul 16, 2015
entertainment value
Dana R on Apr 15, 2015
My pup chews through almost any toy. This one kept him busy and interested for several months before he finally destroyed it.
Jen K on Jan 24, 2015
My APBT inhales his 1 1/2 cups of food in about 10 seconds. I've gotten him to eat half of it out of a feeder ball now and he really loves it. I like that this is a little more challenging than just rolling a ball around and also that I'll be able to place his entire meal in the Bob-A-Lot to slow him down a bit while he has fun figuring it out.
Susan H on Nov 26, 2014
It looks like my dog will have fun with this toy
Heike V on Oct 12, 2014
Looks like it may keep my dog occupied
Amy B on Oct 2, 2014
Recommended by trainer to keep them busy.
Rebecca D on Aug 23, 2014
I purchased a large one . Trying it from a friend's recommendation
Barbara S on Aug 23, 2014
It was recommended by a friend
Cynthia S on Aug 23, 2014
Good review.
Thu H on May 27, 2014
My Doberman LOVES this toy.
Mary W on Apr 11, 2014
Need a new feeding Interactive toy. Buster Cube has not been available for purchase.
Polly A on Mar 13, 2014
interactive
Susan M on Apr 18, 2017
I have 3 very busy, and bored dogs!
DONNA M on Dec 11, 2016
We feed taste of the wild. It is very large pieces . Will it come thru the openings of the large toy?
A shopper on Aug 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes!