jlw at March 10th, 2014 10:45 — #1
brettewg at March 10th, 2014 11:49 — #2
Lasted 5 minutes for my lab. Only Jolly balls and Hyperpet frisbees have passed the Lab test.
ramone at March 10th, 2014 11:51 — #3
Wait--a hardware system (doggy treat container) that only uses proprietary software (Everlasting doggy treats)? DRM has gone to the dogs!
leem at March 10th, 2014 15:03 — #4
Same here; our corgi pup ripped through the part that holds the treat in place, and had the entire treat in his mouth in sixty seconds. He'd completely obliterated all protruding edges in five minutes. (Thankfully he doesn't swallow non-edible parts of his toys, he just likes destroying them.) This was the least effective and most easily destroyed toy we've ever purchased. A hollow bone and peanut butter proved far more effective and longer lasting, to say nothing of a Kong (the only two things he hasn't destroyed).
shuck at March 10th, 2014 17:48 — #5
I gave something like this (not sure if it was the same brand) to my Jack Russell terrier. Within a matter of minutes he had popped the treat out and eaten it up, making it, per-minute, the most expensive toy/treat he's ever been given.
casey_wagner at March 11th, 2014 02:11 — #7
My dogs love the tall yogurt containers. The little ones (Jack Russel - Shih-Tzus) get the easy to reach yogurt and chew on the lip of the container. Then Argus, our Great Pyrenees, will take the container and clean out the bottom of it. Then he runs around the yard with the container over his muzzle, happy as can be. Once his upper teeth punctured the plastic and he ended up wearing it around the house for a bit until he came to have me remove it
jlw at March 11th, 2014 10:46 — #8
casey_wagner at March 11th, 2014 12:36 — #9
It's nice to own a dog with self-cleaning fur Especially when they like to walk in mud!
jlw at March 15th, 2014 10:51 — #10
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