It’s empty in here!
My dog loved it instantly but managed to get the lid off pretty quickly, and one of the rubber bits. I wouldnt leave him alone with it, and I'd definitely have to keep an eye on him while playing with it so he didnt destroy it, since quite pricey. But I like how it keeps him occupied and has to work for his food. I just wish the lid was better.
I got a Jack Russell from the Dog's Trust he is still frightened of some thing's & do'es not like to be by himself. He is also a grazer when it come's to food, this is ideal for him as thoughout the day he has had @ least half of what he should eat. OZ love's it & is the fist thing he look's for in the morning. To him it is like a toy with treat's.
Our Golden retriever puppy has had this toy for the past 5 months and, although used only every week or so as a special treat, it is still in as new condition. She has managed to pop the end off and pour the treats out on one occasion, and although it is easy to set the size of the openings for different sized treats, when the dog uses her paws she can open the holes wider quite easily so more treats fall out. Overall though, she really enjoys having her dinner out of this toy and it takes her a good 15 or 20 minutes to empty it out and her waggy tail shows us how much she is enjoying herself. Pricey but worth it in my opinion :)