Rated 3.8 out of 5★ by 8reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by wallybird Easy and fun I bought this food toy and also the Smarter Toys IQ Ball and like this item much better. On carpet it is soundless and the food doesn't make too much noise rolling around because the item is like a thick rubber as opposed to plastic. The item looks just like the picture, with three big, round bases, so it'll sit in an upwards position or your dog will need to use their paw or nose to turn it sideways to get food. My only complaint is that the item is fairly easy - the top opening is fairly large so small food bits come out as soon as the item is tipped over. It's good though and because it's not noisy my dog isn't frightened by it and actually uses it for dinner. 03/12/2011
Rated 5 out of 5★ by razqul Sturdy I have an American Bulldog that quickly destroys most dog toys. The atomic treat ball is holding up very well for her. She loves to play with it and hasn't destroyed it. Great toy for strong dogs. 03/27/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by gibby2225 this is the 3rd one i have bought. my dog is ten yrs old and she loves this toy. we put her kibble dog food in it and she rolls it around to get the food out. she brings it to us when it is empty to refill. she prefers eating from the treat ball more than from her food bowl. she also like to play catch with it and will chew on it like a rubber toy(which is why we keep buying them) 03/21/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by LoveyPomMom 1 year old Pom loves it! Purchased this as a birthday gift for my now one year old pomeranian. He absolutely loves it. I use training treats and milk bone mini's. 12/18/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by lovewalmart3459 I bought this for my dog, a shih tzu, and she was not the slightest bit interested in it. I gave it to my daughter for her dog, an old english bulldog, and he loves it. 08/24/2012
Rated 1 out of 5★ by TomatoPotatoRun Maybe just for small dog Very bad qualities. 10/26/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by InformdConsumer Best dog treat ball ever We have two baby cairn terriers who need stimulation. This slows down mealtime while making it interesting and educational at the same time. We even put them in their crates for crate training exercises. We will use them as treat balls later. These are perfect for smaller dogs. 06/17/2014