TREAT Dispensing Roulette Wheel

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Pet Feature Jade was adopted by an instructor for Starmark Academy through the rescue dog training program while he was a student. She enjoys doing narcotics detection, off leash obedience exercises, clicker tricks and showing students how to teach new behaviors.

Description

Fun is never a gamble with the Treat Dispensing Roulette Wheel!


Customizable Difficulty

Insert food into either “Easy” or “Hard” opening. Customize more by adjusting the dial inside.

Holds a Variety of Treats and Kibble

Easy to fill and works best with dry kibble or small treats—especially Interactive Treats.

Easy to Learn, Hard to Master

Roulette Wheel is an interactive training puzzle toy for dogs looking for a challenge. Pushing down on the toy’s top spins the food inside causing it to be intermittently dispensed for a variable reward schedule to keep your dog physically and mentally engaged.

Turn Mealtime into Playtime

Feed your dog from the Roulette Wheel instead of a food bowl to keep them active and prevent them from eating too quickly.

Additional Features:

Anti-slip bottom helps keep toy in place during play. Comes apart for easy cleaning. Available in one size. Not intended as a chew toy.


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What People Are Saying

I purchased one of your Bob-A-Lots. Don't ever take it off the market. It is wonderful. Especially for those dogs that inhale their food and there is no other way to slow their eating. They get more bang for the buck if they have to work for their meal. Far more satisfying and better for their stomach.

–Bonnie