Dog Pyramid by Nina Ottosson
Suki’s Paw Rating (1 to 4 paws)
It’s hard on my mouth! The hole is really small, so it’s hard for me to get the treats out. I get bored of it quickly.
This toy is alright, but nothing great. I like that it sways back & forth, so it does require some effort on a dog’s part. Unfortunately, the hole for the treats is too small. The majority of treats Suki has don’t fit through the hole. I have to buy special tiny treats to use with this toy. Even with small treats, Suki has difficulty getting them to come out of the hole. It’s just so small. She get tired of dealing with it after a few minutes.
I’m not impressed with the durability of the Dog Pyramid either. Suki’s only played with it a couple times, but it’s showing some serious wear and tear already. It’s made from a very hard plastic which seems to bother Suki’s mouth too. Overall, not worth the money. There are much better dog toys out there.
Posted on December 22, 2012, in Product Reviews and tagged dog balls, dog pyramid, dog toys, dogs products reviews, dogs puzzles, dogs treat dispensing toys, nina ottosson, pyramid toy, rubber balls, rubber dog toys, treat toys, tricky treat ball. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.