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Excellent Buster Food Cube

Was : $79.90
Price:$39.95
You Save:$39.95(49%)
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Super Cheap Dog Store

Excellent Buster Food Cube

Was : $79.90
Price:$39.95
You Save:$39.95(49%)
  • Description
  • Divided into several compartments which release the food pellets when the dog rolls the cube with his nose or paws.
  • All you have to do is to start the game by offering the cube and your dog will do the rest.
  • Your dog can exercise himself.
  • Will withstand ordinary cleaning agents and is dishwasher safe.
  • Assorted colors.

Customer Feedback

★★★★★ Five Stars

Size: Large

Our dog LOVES this toy and she cannot destroy it. Our dog is a mix breed, likely some boxer and maybe some pit. In other words she can ruin nearly all of the toys marketed as indestructible (she even ate her kong!). The buster cube however has been with us for about a year and it is still in perfect condition. We like to give her dinner in the buster cube. It keeps her active and she seems to love the puzzle of getting the food out. We have to fill it 2-3 times to get all of her dinner inside. At first she seemed a little confused but by the second meal with the buster cube she had caught on. She gets excited anytime we grab it. I highly recommend this toy. It is also a great distraction toy when guests come over, although it is a little loud with food inside, like a rattle.


★★★★★ Five Stars

Size: Large

I have had this food cube for about a year and a half now. I have a large (85 lb) food motivated boy. Yes, it takes a minute to fill - I do it without removing the interior bit.and dropping handfuls in and shaking it, and yes, it is loud on my hardwood floors. It used to last a week or better, but he has gotten so good at moving it that he nows plays until finished (or distracted or lost under a table that he can't get at). It still takes a solid hour+ of work for him to empty. He suffered from separation anxiety when we got him - barking and howling incessantly from the moment we left to the moment we returned. This toy distracted him long enough that he would be distracted and then tired and not realize we had gone. Not the only trick we've used, but incredibly effective. I'm writing this review today because I've come looking for another. For no reason but my own convenience - fill two, keep one aside as a backup.



★★★★★ Five Stars

Size: Large

We had one of these for our last Shiba and he loved it. When he would she that cube come out he was at full attention and ready to go for it. After his death we had donated all of his reusable toys to a shelter. So now some years later with our next Shiba we were wanting one again. Our current Shiba is not figuring it out as fast as our last one. But when it's been up for a bit then gets put back down, he does try it every time. So I think it's just a time thing. But it was exactly what we were looking for. The opening can be adjusted by turning it so it is "easier" or "harder". Great item for the dogs that need a bit more challenge or mental stimulation.


★★★★★ Five Stars

Size: Large

I purchased the Buster Food Cube after doing a bit of research and watching You Tube videos etc. because I have a very bored Husky named Sasha we inherited from a relative that passed away that is kept in a kennel by herself. I also bought the "PetQwerks Talking Babble Toy Ball" at the same time for the same purpose. Both products are doing a good job keeping her active and amused. The food cube is one of the best things I have seen so far since it makes her work for her meals which aligns well with her basic hunting instinct. She is a rescue dog that has never been socialized with other animals so she has very bad manners and does not play well with others... hence her living alone and having short visits in our house with our other five pets. It seems like she is a bit more relaxed and less aggressive since she received her new interactive toys, I am planning on introducing some more 'thought provoking' toys and activities for her as we progress with her socialization. My husband views her as a lost cause but I adore her and am not giving up hope... we just need to keep working with her and have a lot of patience.


★★★★★ Five Stars

Size: Large

If you're gone for part of the day, this is a great way to keep your food-driven dog occupied. Just make sure that he knows how to use it before you leave.I mix kibble with a few special treats, so it is a mix of surprises. If, however, you have a dog that craves attention over food, then this might not work. It doesn't work for my younger dog. He prefers to eat with company. If you have a dog that doesn't share well, then you might separate the dogs.I did try to leave this at a kennel, but they left the thing water logged and stuff grew in the cube.With the right dog, this is a great way to relieve boredom. With a dog that needs to lose weight, it's a great way to extend dinner time and not make the doggie feel that he needs more.


★★★★★ Five Stars

Size: Large

We also have the Kong Wobbler and Buster Cube Mini, and this is our favorite of the three -- it slots in between the other two.The Kong is the most convenient for us because it holds the most food and requires the least amount of room to play with. Because it doesn't roll like the Buster cubes, however, it doesn't challenge him as much / he finishes eating from it the fastest.The mini cube holds the least food and it takes a LONG time for us to get all our dog's food into it, but it definitely challenges him the most. However, because of its small size, it also gets stuck underneath furniture. Our dog has gotten progressively smarter about avoiding those obstacles, but usually I'll have to dig it out for him once or twice a meal.We just got the full-size Buster cube, and it's right in the middle: For our purposes, it holds as much food as the Wobbler; it's almost as easy to load up with food; and dialed down to the min setting, it's still challenging for our dog. The large size means it doesn't get stuck underneath furniture, so we can just walk away while he plays/eats.Of the three products, this was the best fit for us in terms of our convenience and challenge for our medium-sized puppy.[Incidentally, our full-size cube was blue, while the mini was red.]UPDATE: We bought another Buster cube for our second dog, and this one was orange.
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