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The product itself is fine. it came in blue rather than the yellow one shown but that's not a problem. You can set the opening to different sizes. Unfortunately though I was more excited by it than the guinea pigs were!
My rats love these balls and often push/drag them around the cage for fun - so much so that they now have one each to save arguments! Easy to clean and cheap, too
Have tried loads of treat balls etc..This one is a bit easier to fill as bigger and also therefore harder to break by standing on etc..However its a bit big for cats
I bought this to try for my two guineas - I wanted to know if they could figure it out - they did. Although they first tried just eating the ball. I then tried it with two of my bunnies and the one absolutely loves it. She is hard to please never taking much of an interest in food- but I put some JR yogurt drops in this broken into smaller pieces and she loves it. I'm very pleased, so I am ordering 3 more balls for the rest of my animals so they have one per enclosure
My rabbit love these treat balls. They only get a small amount of pellets daily but I offer them in the treat balls and they have great fun chasing and throwing them around. The odd pellet does get stuck in the lip but it isn't a problem, as I shake them out and offer them to the buns when I collect the treat balls. My only concern is that the rabbits do chew them, especially as the carrots stick out, and they could consume the plastic.
This is a good little ball and our rabbits love it, the only problem is there is a lip right by the hole all the way round on the inside and the treats get stuck in there and can't come out. This really angers one of our rabbits as she can hear the treat inside and there's nothing she can do to get it out. Not so much of a problem when there's lots of treats in the ball but when she gets to the last few she gets really frustrated. It's also frustrating for humans to get the last treats out. We out raisins in the ball so put something bigger in
I have bought 3 of these, one for each of my guinea pigs. I fill them will different nugget foods and healthy treats. My piggies soon worked out what they were for and enjoy rolling them about and chomping their treats. Great price on this website too.
I now feed my rabbit all his pellets from this ball to keep him occupied when I'm at work for longer. Making him forage for his food has helped stop him from digging my carpet too :)
My rabbit lives on his own so I was looking for a way to make dinner time more interesting and spread it out a little to make it into an activity. This has been the best thing I've bought. I also bought the living world teach n treat but he sometimes gets frustrated with that if he's hungry and just turns it upside down. He can't damage the Snacky Ball!
Needed a way to get my rabbit more active again and amused this did the trick wonderfully, filled it with her rabbit food which she normally bolts and she was off pushing it around the room until every last bit was gobbled up, could not be more pleased with this buy!
I saw this product and it looks really good because my Herrmans Tortoise lives on her own and I tried her with a ball before and was interested but she may like it does anyone think this is a good idea.
My rats chase this ball round and round, they love it, I put different treats in it and they play with it when out of the cage, every day!it's their favorite toy.Fantastic for inquisitive pets.
soz people its really good my bunny didnt know how to use this before now my bunny knows how to use it and uses it everyday
it wud be great if my bunny wud ever use it other than that its brilliant and a nice colur
my bunny luves it
my guinea pig loved this toy
My bunny loved this from the minute he sniffed it and realised there were yummy treats inside. When the treats are gone he still enjoys kicking it around, or picking it up with his mouth and throwing it around.
my bunnies love these balls and i would highly recommend them as boredom-breakers if however you are thinking of getting one for a guineapig - don't! none of my piggies took any notice of it.
My rabbit took a while to work out how to get the snacks out but once he'd figured it out he spent a good while playing with it. The size of the hole can be adjusted to suit different sized snacks too, which is helpful. The nobbly design also means that the ball rolls in an 'unpredictable' way.