Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug
The Tug-A-Jug provides a multi-sensory appeal to keep your dog engaged and motivated to play. The unique design of this patented toy allows dogs to see, smell and hear the treats as they roll around in the jug. The Tug-A-Jug not only dispenses treats, it can be used for obedience training and feeding meals.
This toy is designed for maximum interactive enjoyment, and is not considered "indestructible.
Instructions for use:
1) Unscrew the cap with scent holes
2) Load treats or kibble
3) Screw the cap back on and let the fun begin!!!
- Additional Information
SKU DT005054 UPC 759023075082 Durability 8 out of 10 Paws Toys ideal for Light Chewers, Average Chewers, Aggressive Chewers Guaranteed No Items ideal for Small Dogs, Medium Dogs, Large Dogs No. of Squeakers None Size Small: Beagles-Cocker Spaniel-Sheltie Large: Dalmation-Golden Retriever-Labrador Manufacturer Premier Country of Manufacture No
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Frustrates the dog, Love it
Great for making out lab frustrated. He always ends up trying to chew on it, once we took it away enough times he finally understands the no chewing command. Hard to fing the right kibble. The Mini Naturals from Zukes works best.
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- Play Fill Repeat
his toy takes more effort to get food out than the Buster Cube, which I like because it occupies the dog longer. I find that the cube, even on its "hardest" setting only takes a few minutes to get out most of the food, and then the rest doesn't come out no matter how long the dogs work it. With the bottle the dogs can get nearly all the food out if they keep at it.
At first you should fill the bottle so that it is over half full. This way food can come out more easily when it is on its side. This will encourage the dog to play with it. Once the food level goes down food will only come out as they toss and pull the bottle. It took my dog a few days to get to this, but now she seems to have mastered it. She stands the bottle up and knocks it over, putting food into the neck, then she works the rope a bit and manages to get a piece of kibble out. When I first got the toy I thought she would never be able to figure it out, but she has. Even so, it takes a fair amount of work to get out just a few pieces of food, so it can keep them occupied all day.
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