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Bob-a-Lot
Based on 8 reviews
$14.99 - $18.99

Bob-a-Lot

#TOY0046001
Based on 8 reviews
$14.99 - $18.99
Features
  • Made of durable polymer
  • Anti-slip coating on bottom
  • Top and bottom openings are adjustable
  • Holds up to 3 cups of food or treats
Description

The Bob-A-Lot recently won the bronze award for best new product at the HH Backer Pet Trade Show. It can be filled with treats or food in a top or bottom chamber, and then must be manipulated by the dog's nose or feet to extract the goodies inside. Both the top and bottom chambers feature adjustable openings to regulate the difficulty in which the dog removes the treats. It holds up to three cups of food in a variety of sizes, and is a great way to feed and exercise your dog. The Bob-A-Lot is made from a durable polymer with an anti-slip coating on the bottom.

Measurements

  • Small: 6.5" tall, 8.25" - 14" round
  • Large: 9.5" tall, 8.25" - 18" round

Safety

No toy is 100% indestructible. It is unrealistic to expect that from any toy. The toys that we sell at Leerburg are the best quality and most durable that we have found. Always supervise your dog when playing with toys. Periodically inspect all toys for damage. Do not allow your dog to continue to play with a damaged or broken toy.

Reviews
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Short and sweet, we have used one for two different dogs and it worked GREAT!

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I bought the Bob-a-Lot from Leerburg last year for my new puppy, it is by far the best toy in durability and interest. Its a great tool for those of us who may have a pup with separation anxiety, food gobbling or just plain boredom. I know can I leave my four legged bundle of chaos alone for a few hours he will not eat like a heathen and will have fun playing. Crate, ex-pen or just out and about the house your dog will like this toy. It is also hilarious to watch dogs young and old playing with Bob-a-Lot. Leerburg has the best price I have seen for this toy- so you can't go wrong.

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We lost our 10 year old German Shepherd last year to bloat, and it scared me when I saw our new puppy bolting his food down. I tried those slow feed bowls, but they don't really work for him. Then I saw this toy. It's big enough to fit an entire meal of kibble in it, and he has to work to get the food out. Now, instead of taking 3.6 seconds to eat his food, it will take him about an hour to get all of the kibble out. Thank you for this toy- I honestly think it's saving our little boy's life!

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Trying to keep a high energy, 10-month black lab busy can be a challenge. We tried many different treat-dispensing toys and none lasted or kept his attention very long. THEN we heard about the Bob-a-Lot and watched the demo on Leerburg. This is by far the best treat-dispensing toy that we have ever tried. Not only does it keep the lab entertained for hours, it is very durable.

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This awesome treat toy is my 4 year old Golden Retriever's favorite toy as well as his "security blanket." As heavy as the large Bob-a-Lot is, he carries it everywhere he goes... all over the house, up and down stairs, and when exhausted from the challenge, snuggles up with it to go to sleep! It gives him the mental stimulation and evidently, the security he so desires!

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I have a two month old very smart king shepherd. Nothing holds her attention for more than a few minutes and I have bought every treat toy I can find. The Bob-a-Lot has finally done the trick. I love the fact that I can control how easy or hard it is to get the treats. I have not been able to find a treat toy that gives me this option that doesn't cost a small fortune. It is extremely well made and I have no doubt that it will last longer than her other toys!

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I think this would probably be a good toy for most dogs. My 8 month old GSD puppy gets rather violent with the toy and bashes it around the room and/or into the wall until food explodes everywhere. After I made it clear that was not allowed, she figured out how to unscrew the yellow lid and open both the food dispensing doors. I give it three stars for keeping her entertained.

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I believe I must have have the smartest dog going. Smudge is a Karelian Bear Dog and an official toy destroyer. For the first 2 minutes I thought WOW finally something that has his attention. Humm not LOL. He laid down spun it around pawed the treat dispensing door opened all the way and proceed to dump all the treats on the floor, in less then 3 minutes. So I thought ok maybe this is a lucky draw, so a few weeks later I tried again, I ended up with the same result. He does play it after all the treats are out of it. He flings around and chases it so it does provide some interest, that's why I gave it a 3.

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