Treat Chaser from Outward Hound
Goose is apart of the Chewy influencer program and we are so excited when they sent us the Treat Chaser from Outward Hound. Its been a hot summer and we spend a good amount of our days in side hiding from the desert sun a unbearable heat! Its nice to give Goose some mental stimulation so he doesn’t get board from being stuck inside all day. He loves working for his food and treats and the Treat Chaser is a fun game to watch him figure out. There are two holes that you can fill with treats or food and then put on the ground and let the fun start! Goose knew exactly what to do and went right after it pushing the ball around with his nose and gobbling the treats up as a little at a time spilled out.
Key Benefits of the Treat Chaser
- Interactive, treat-seeking doggy fun
- Keeps your pup playing longer
- Made with durable food-safe plastic
- Spin & whirl action
- 2 treat chutes
- BPA, PVC, & phthalate free
Dimensions of ball – 6.25 x 4.75 x 5 inches
Design: Rating 4/5
Its a simple design, but it did become very easy for Goose to figure out and it only took him a few minutes to empty the ball completely, but it did keep him entertained if I filled it only half way so it didn’t weigh so much then he had a harder time.
Quality: Rating 4/5
It not super durable (at least for my dogs) and I would not feel comfortable leaving Goose unattended with this toy only cause he loves chewing and can be destructive to his toys but it works great for a fun supervised game that can be picked up after play time is over.
Function: Rating 5/5
The Treat Chaser does what its supposed to do keep dogs entertained and make them think. I really enjoyed seeing Goose use his mind and figure out the problem which is get the food out of the ball!
Overall: Rating 4.5/5
Goose loved playing with the Treat Chaser, he really loved when I put his favorite treats in side of it! I kept him busy for a good amount of time, like I said I wouldn’t use this puzzle un-supervised Goose loves destroying toys so I felt better when I could watch him and pick the toy up after all the treats were gone. It would probably work great for a small breed dog as well. Its a great puzzle toy perfect for long days spent inside, or to keep your pups wandering mind busy.