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KONG Ballistic Hide N Treat Dog Toy by KONG

  • $9.99
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SKU: J42900
UPC: 035585429007
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In Stock - FREE shipping over $75
SKU: J42900P
UPC: 685457001369
MPN: 42900P

KONG Ballistic Hide N Treat Dog Toy Description

KONG Ballistic Hide 'n Treat Dog Toys offer a unique challenge that keeps dogs entertained for hours! Fill the bowl in the center and the side pockets with your poochs favorite treats, then close the Velcro sides and let your dog solve the puzzle.

  • Interactive puzzle toy for dogs
  • Hides treats & rewards creative problem solving
  • Reinforced, wipable canvas stands up to rough play

This toy doubles as a fetch toy when closed, adding even more dimensions to your playtime. The Velcro closures are non-abrasive. Varying levels of difficulty make the Ballistic Hide 'n Treat a perfect toy for any dog.

Note: Toys ship in assorted colors - please let us pick one for you!

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KONG Ballistic Hide N Treat Dog Toy Customer Reviews

Cynnie66, Hortonville WI on 2019/10/06

No reviews yet so I'll leave a longer one b/c we LOVE 'EM! I bought three for my 95# pit terrier and 40# terrier mix. The balls three sides peel open and have velcro for each seam (three petals with six seams). The center of the ball has a circle with sides for smaller snacks (I use small sized Bill Jack training treats or the like) . Two of the pedal sides have a pocket for a larger treat (dog biscuit works great). Then the balls sides are sealed up with the velcro holding them together. The ball is harder to get open the tighter the sides close (closes tighter if biscuit is put in one pocket only). The opposite is true, the looser the sides are closed, the easier they open which works good in the beginning with slower learning dogs. My male pit still takes 15 minutes closed tightly! The smaller female gets it open in 3-5 minutes. It is a great way to give the pups snacks without many calories. Helpful hints: *Use treats taller than the side pockets b/c little treats are difficult to get out and the dog may rip the pocket in its attempts (mine did that)* Use scented small treats in the middle especially at first b/c then the dog knows its OK to andquot;openandquot; the ball*An extra ball or two is good to have b/c the balls tend to get lost! * Put ball away after snacks are gone if your dog tends to destroy things. The ball is made out of stronger material but it wouldn't stand up to a shred chew test. (Mine ignore theirs unless it has treats inside). Hope you and your canine(s) have fun with this one.