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Fetch N Treat

by All For Paws
6 Reviews   |  
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£29.99

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Fill the Fetch N Treat, with dry food or treats, and see how much fun your dog will have fetching the ball back to the toy to get his reward.

Description

Fill the Fetch N Treat, with dry food or treats, and see how much fun your dog will have fetching the ball back to the toy to get his reward. This toy wills stimulate your pet to play even when you are not available for him. With the Fetch N Treat no more boredom, let the fun begin!

By placing the tennis ball (included) in the opening on top, the hatch will automatically open and provides a reward for your dog and your pet will receive a treat every time the ball rolls out.

Features
  • Mechanical operation means no need for batteries or mains power
  • Use a standard size tennis ball
  • Ideal for use at mealtimes for those speedy eaters
Size

Length 16cm x width 16cm x hight 20cm

Customer Reviews

3.7 Based on 6 Reviews
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06/17/2019
VD
Victoria D.
United Kingdom
  • Which dog sport/activity do you and your pack take part in None
  • Which size/breed best describes you dog you bought this for? Medium - Collie, Springer Spaniel, Retriever

Fetch n Treat

Great concept but in no time our beagle mix puppy figured how to lift the lid for treats and gave up with the ball. Maybe better for less food orientated dogs

07/18/2019
Tug-E-Nuff Dog Gear

Hi Victoria, thanks for the feedback. We have to admit this did make us chuckle, it seems like your pup is too smart for the Fetch n Treat! Perhaps you can find a way to secure the lid so your pooch can start playing with the ball again.

08/21/2018
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Maggie G.
United Kingdom
  • Which dog sport/activity do you and your pack take part in Long walks.
  • Which size/breed best describes you dog you bought this for? Medium - Collie, Springer Spaniel, Retriever

Fetch N Treat

This is, in principle, a great toy to keep a dog's brain active as well as to amuse. But we are having great difficulty finding food/treats that are small enough to not get stuck but also heavy enough to pass through. Most seem too light or, if weighty enough, too big. All it did was frustrate our dog so she tried to get into it to get at the treats inside.

08/01/2018
KW
Kim W.
United Kingdom
  • Which dog sport/activity do you and your pack take part in Agility, country walks
  • Which size/breed best describes you dog you bought this for? Medium - Collie, Springer Spaniel, Retriever

Fetch n treat

Great idea, my dogs haven't worked it out yet. My pointer loves the treat, and my spaniel likes stealing the ball. Having fun trying to get them to understand, hopefully they will learn.

04/06/2018
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Leanne W.
United Kingdom
  • Which dog sport/activity do you and your pack take part in None
  • Which size/breed best describes you dog you bought this for? Small - Border Terrier, West Highland Terrier

Ball Fun

Only the second the of use ....... I think he's now getting the idea. Does tend yo be oawed first rather than used. Needs lot of hints to use effectively. I helkd the toy the first time and Rolo just returned the ball to be placed inside Second time managed to drop the ball in but needed cupped hands her the spout to direct.

Leanne W. verified customer review of Fetch N Treat
06/13/2017
VH
Valerie H.
  • Dog sport/activities Agility,Rally
  • Dog Breed Medium - Collie - Springer Spaniel - Retriever

Fetch 'N Treat

This toy will need much perseverance from both owner and dog! At first it was really disappointing because the treats did not always come out even when I put the ball in myself but I now use heavier kibble which is better. My small labradoodle has more success putting her paw up the entrance and pulling the lever down to get the food out! Then the daft dog uses it like a huge kong and the food compartment lid springs open so cellotape is now in place! . But when she eventually gets the hang of dropping the ball in (hopefully the poodle part of the brain will soon succeed) and as long as I anchor the toy between my feet to stop the kong effect, then I'm sure she will have lots of fun with it. At the moment it is a 'work in progress'. But it will need rationing - don't want a fat dog!!

04/17/2017
SM
Susan M.
  • Dog Breed Medium - Collie - Springer Spaniel - Retriever

Far too funny!

She got the hang of it quickly but sometimes her impatience would send us round the floor chasing the tennis balls!

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