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Everlasting Treat Ball

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Small For puppies and small dogs under 12 lbs. 2.5" diameter
Medium For medium dogs under 40 lbs. 3.75" diameter
Large For large dogs over 40 lbs. 5" diameter

Everlasting Treat Balls provide your dog with hours of chewing fun. Made of soft yet durable puncture resistant material, it will hold up to even the toughest chewers and the unique design allows it to wobble and roll around on its own. It's great for preventing destructive boredom behaviors or simply keep your dog happily occupied. You can even hide it around your house or yard for a game of doggie hide & seek with a tasty reward at the end.

Here at Leerburg Kennels, we have found that dogs do different things with the treat balls. Some dogs can get the treat out in a few minutes, while others take days or weeks to get them chewed out. When the dogs get the treats out so fast, we have experimented with the empty balls. We have filled the hollow inside of the balls with peanut butter or yogurt and frozen it. We have also left the balls empty and found that the dogs still love to roll it around and play with it. If your dog gets the treats out quickly, we encourage you to experiment with what your dog would like.

The Everlasting Treat Balls come in Chicken Flavor, but you can buy different flavored Treat refills for the Everlasting Treat Ball. The refills can be fed without the balls as a weekly treat as well.

Dishwasher Safe.

Be advised that if your dog is an AGGRESSIVE chewer no toy is indistructable. Just because this toy is named the EVERLASTING TREAT BALL does not mean there are dogs out there that cannot chew the toy up. While we have not had this happen we always caution dog owners.

Dogs that are aggressive chewers should not have any toys left with them. There are dogs that can chew up anything. Owners who buy these dogs toys and leavce them unattended are risking their dogs swallowing parts of a toy and having a bowl obstruction. A bowl obstruction is either going to kill your dog or result in surgery that can easily cost $1,000.00 In the case of this toy we have only heard of one dog that chewed up the toy.