Everlasting Treat Ball

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  1. KellyB

    KellyB New Member

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    I haven't posted on here in a looong time, but I thought this new toy/treat I found is worth the post. As I was browsing the aisles in PetSmart I came across the Everlasting Treat Ball. It's a barrel shaped rubber toy that you can insert disc shaped treats in . . . and the treats literally last FOR-EVER, I can give Kovi one when I leave for work and it lasts her through until the end of the day if not longer. She loves the treats and what I like about this toy is that it is easier to clean out than a Kong, particularly since I have a little dog, those small Kongs can be difficult to clean.

    I would highly recommend this toy . . . it would be a great puppy Christmas present!
     
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    PoodleMommy Yorkie Love

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    but the treats that fit them are not all natural right?

    I have seen these before and i liked the idea... but the ingredients in the treat did not seem very good.

    Elissa
     
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    I've seen those also, great idea but not something I'd want to feed my dog. Everlasting Treat Ball...reminds me of Willy Wonka's Everlasting Gobstopper
     
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    I've heard rave reviews of them too. I should pick up a couple.
    I don't care if it's not "all natural" and perfect, healthful ingredients if it's not a regular thing and they get only small quantities. I don't think they are full of nutrients but I didn't think they had any of the ingredients I try to avoid in it either. I saw them once and didn't think they looked all that appealing, but everyone I've talked to since says their dogs love them. It's always nice to have anotherr chew to try.
     
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    I won't feed them to my dogs because anything similar to those like the nylabone edibles really upset my dogs stomachs.
     
  6. Dulce Pit Bull

    Dulce Pit Bull Pit Lover

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    Hehe, Dulce popped it out in seconds. Not Pit Bull proof :D
     

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