I've only used it for training in the past and they'd do anything for it so when I got some "palatable" (ha ha) antibiotics that my lab wouldn't take I tried hiding them in this. I used the meat version hid the medication in them and made it into a ball. Went straight down no problem. Giving unpalatable tablets is so easy using this. Haven't tried hiding the Drontal in it so far but as my dogs are XL will be trying it when it's due as they really dislike them.
This is a great treat to take out and about on walks and for training as it is less fiddly than handing dog biscuits. Weimaraner goes crazy for this. It's also great to use as stuffing in Kongs/hollow bones. I've had no problems with the tube. When it's nearly empty I'll cut the end off and scrape out the inside so it doesn't go to waste. Highly recommended A++++++++
I bought this as a treat for obdience traning and it worked amazingly. However when I kept it in the fridge it was really hard to squeeze the pate out so I kept it at the very back of the worktops. The pups love it lot and had jumped on the worktops and got it down and ate it tube and all. Just left the silver threaded top. £1000 vets bills followed. Why can't they use plastic tubes, much easier to squeeze and stop fat oozing out and not as dangerous. It's kept hidden in a high cupboard now
we have a fussy Bichon who does not eat kibble by itself, and I find that smearing Tubidog around his dish before putting in the kibble makes the entire meal go easily. It is clean and easy to transport though the thread on the cap is not easy to align. Unfortunately I cannot buy it from Zooplus because I do not agree to their using my data.
Our elderly Staffie is on supplements (Glycoflex) and medication (Metacam) , neither of which taste nice , apparently. Mixed with a generous squeeze of this product and no problem. And so easy and clean to use. Love it!