Monster Mouth by Jolly Pets
Suki’s Paw Rating (1 to 4 paws)
This toys is hard to get treats out of! My treats always fall to the back of the monster, and I can’t get them out. I still like trying though!
Suki plays with it as a treat-dispensing toy. I like it, but the treats tend to fall into the back of the toy. The mouth doesn’t open much, so it’s hard for Suki to reach the treats at that point. I usually have to pick up the toy and shake the treats forward in order for her to continue playing with it. She does like the toy, but gets frustrated with it.
It’s a very durable rubber though! No visible marks on it, even after repeatedly being in Suki’s mouth. The rubber is also non-toxic and doesn’t have that awful rubber smell. If your dog likes to fetch, then this toy would be a great addition to the toy basket! It bounces funny when hits the floor which excites Suki. For treat dispensing, it may be a little frustrating.
Posted on December 27, 2012, in Product Reviews and tagged dog balls, dog toys, dogs products reviews, dogs puzzles, dogs treat dispensing toys, monster ball, monster mouth, monster mouth by jolly pets, rubber balls, rubber dog toys, treat toys. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.