- Excellent for tough chewers
- Comes with 4 gnawhide rings
- Refillable with premier gnawhide or cornstarch rings
- Durable treat holding chew toy for dogs
- Nylon knobs and rubber sprockets firmly grip Busy Buddy treat rings to keep dogs motivated to play longer
- For dogs 20 to 50 lbs. and over 6 months
- Helps redirect potentially destructive chewing behavior into positive playtime
- Hard chew strength, uses Size B treat ring refills
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Large
Absolutely the best toy so far for my heavy-chewing dog. She's a 75-pound Cane Corso with serious jaw power. She has gotten pretty good at eating the treat rings, but she enjoys chewing on it even when the treats are not in it, and she hasn't ruined it yet. This has been the longest-lasting toy by far! I guess that's because the "jack" itself is made of a really heavy plastic instead of rubber. Even those green rubbery pieces that hold the treats in are still in one piece. She carries this toy everywhere with her and seems to favor it above all the others. I think we've found a winner!
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Large
I have a Doberman. She is very typical of her breed in that she is a great guard dog, very attached to her "pack", and she is very smart. This makes an easily bored, potentially destructive dog.We got her in part because we're getting older and I wanted a dog to watch over the house while we're at work. But she's very attached to us, and she freaks out when we leave. She will destroy anything she can get her paws on which smells like one of us if we aren't around, so she has to stay crated. I am sure that she will defend her crate from any bad guys who come over to take my things when I am not home.... the rest of the house is on it's own when she's confined so this is a less than optimal arrangement.I hate crating her for extended periods, so I've probably spent a couple hundred dollars on "puzzle" toys to keep her occupied while she's alone. No dice. This is where the "smart" problem comes in. She figures out and defeats any puzzle within 15 minutes. Very frustrating.Additionally, Dobermans are also sometimes called "Velcro dogs". This is because they want to be stuck to their people at all times. Always. Forever. No peace. Very very difficult to unwind when there is a dog bringing you every toy it owns and insistently putting it in your lap. Or in your hand...or on your head. 3 year olds with popsicle issues don't have this level of needy insistence.I cannot recommend this item enough. Seriously. She's been at it for a good 45 minutes and has only now managed to get to one of the two treats on the posts. Tomorrow we will try leaving her home out of the crate with it for 30 minutes to see if keeps my shoes safe, but for now, I am going to enjoy being able to type without a head on my lap.
★★★★☆ Four StarsSize: Large
PetSafe toys are a favorite for me and I have used them for about 15 years with 4 different puppers. I had high hopes for this one as the reviews are good and it has good and not as good points. As typical for the brand, the toy has a rubber portion to help rub against those doggy teeth and gums during chewing, one of my favorite things about the brand in general. The bone ends are durable and do not chip away or fracture with heavy chewing. Same for the purple ends. The toy is easily dismantled to add in in the optional chew treats which are also a reason I love the brand.Problem with this toy, however, is my pupper just cannot seem to get the chew treats no matter how tight or loose I make the ends holding them on. He gets frustrated with never ever getting the reward and then lets the toy sit. I am not sure if this is just his issue, however, as he does have an underbite and this is not a common complaint on reviews.Pros - durability, optional chew treats, dental friendlyCons - for some dogs, the treats just cannot be accessed, loud when being knocked around, heavyEven with the noted cons, this is a solid toy and true to the brand. It is a solid 4-star for me. As my pup grows, I may find the treat access was just age/size related and if so, I will update my review! By the way, my Pyr pup is 4 months and 47 pounds at the time of use, about the size of smaller golden.If you find this helpful, please click on the yes! Thank you.
★★★★★ Five StarsSize: Large
I have two labs who chew things up with in days. This item was recommended by a friend who has a houseful (5) great danes. She had these chew toys for over a year, so I was excited to try them for my chew-children. I am happy to say my 11 year old black lab and 3 year old Choc Lab LOVE these.They took to them right away with or without the enticement wheel treats. The jack set up of this chew toy kept them entertained for about 30 mins. When I added the enticement wheel treats they chewed longer. The ends of the jack do get chewed on more, which does cause the dogs gums to bleed a bit more than the round chew toy. It does get nawed down faster.I did not research what the treats were made out off, I took a chance. Both my labs have sensitive tummy’s, and neither of them got sick from the treats.The other bonus of this toy is it is dishwasher safe, so easy clean up and no pieces to have to go back and pick up (like stuffing from toys). They are SOLID chew toys, so walking in the dark, they do hurt if you stub your toe on them.I have had these chew toys since for about 3 months, I don’t think they will last as long as the Danes, but I plan on purchasing these again.