We've had the Everlasting Treat dispenser for a couple months.* It's rugged enough and challenging enough for Labs.* The silicone like material holds up well, doesn't make a lot of noise on the floor, and is easily cleaned in the dishwasher.* Our Lab hasn't fully mastered it, so it gets quite a work out for just a few treats in the center.
Best of all, you can use your own treats instead of the slip in cookie.
How long does one get to watch TV with of those things?
Oh, you use the same units of measure as we do. ;D
With the cookie that comes with the Everlasting, we actually have had it last two nights. I will warn, that once the dog figures out how to work the cookie out with the edge of the toy, you won't be buying the cookies much.
Without the cookie, when you slip the treats in the middle, like a broken bisquit or some kibble, it all depends on how much is in there. There are times when I'll pick it up and there's still some treat left in, so it must be quite a challenge.
We have one, Lexie likes it. Hasn't destroyed it yet either.
Judy would have it for one minute and bring it back empty wanting a refill. I don't know how she does it.
I think I'll try it. My guys have figured out how to get the cookies jamed down in their kongs; so I need a new "puzzle" for them! Thanks!
Thanks for posting! We're looking for some new "challenges" for CoCo... she gets her Kong in her crate each day, but we could use something to mix things up for her.
~Jo & CoCo
Nothing like the sound of a kong being dropped on the floor multiple times to get those treats out.Originally Posted by zoezoe
LOL; that would be my Zoe. And she also rolls it down the steps trying to make them come out!! LOLOriginally Posted by bearsdad
Is it safe enough to put in the crate with him during the day? How durable is it?
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