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PetSafe Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug, Small

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The PetSafe Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug provides your dog with an entertaining challenge that rewards play with a tasty treat. The unique design of the Tug-A-Jug allows dogs to see, hear and smell treats or kibble within the jug. As the toy rolls, the rope meters the amount of treats or kibble that dispenses through the jug opening. The Tug-A-Jug can also be used to help regulate meals or teach commands.

  • Patented design randomly dispenses treats and provides multi-sensory stimulation to help prevent boredom
  • Durable features of the toy include plastic which holds up to prolonged play, a textured rubber ball to help clean teeth and a braided rope for play-tugging
  • Tug-A-Jug Toy holds an entire meal to slow down gulping eaters or manage weight
  • Bottom lid twists off for easy filling and cleaning; hand wash only
  • Small Tug-A-Jug works best for standard chewers weighing 10-40 lb. and over 6 months old

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Specification Description
Squeaker: No
Material: Nylon
Pet Size: Small
Brand: PetSafe
Pet Type: Dog
Product Type: Tug Toys
Manufacturer Part Number PTY00-13741
PetSafe Busy Buddy Tug-A-Jug, Small is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent food-dispensing toy!! I've used the Tug-a-Jug for my 1.5 year lab for the past year, and she loves it! She'll paw at it and fling it around to get her food out. It keeps her occupied for quite some time and also slows down her eating. The toy has held up well for the past year! The rubber component has slowly been deteriorating from her chewing (could be made a bit sturdier) but is still there and the rope is just starting to fray...not bad for a year of use! The only challenging thing for me is trying to clean it!
Date published: 2018-05-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beagle puppy destroyed it in 2 hours Bought this purple toy to keep my dog entertained while not home, he destroyed it quickly, ate the string out of it.
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Only lasted 2 meals I bought this toy for my dog and within 5 minutes of the first use he had the purple rubber ball thing off, which made it impossible to get treats out. I tried small training treats so he could get used to it, but I was so frustrated during the second meal of him easily ripping chunks of rubber off and chomping on the hard plastic that I took it away and haven’t given it back since. It’s an interesting design and might be a great toy for other dogs, just not so much for the frustrated chewer.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great training tool, but could use a better design My dog is really calm around the house, but I can tell she gets bored. She gets her full meals in a wobble toy and I bought a large Tug-a-Jug since I know she's very treat oriented and could use other forms of mental stimulation. I used a small handful of her normal kibble (Orijen) which is about half the size of my fingertip, round, and flat. The twist off seal to insert treats is great, but you have to really try to get the teeth aligned. I had some doubts about the rubber ball lasting in durability, but luckily she's doesn't like chewing on "spiky" textured toys. She was super excited when she got it, tried to chew on the plastic, but I got the right size for her not to be able to really grip it or break it. I sat with her for 20 minutes of her pawing and flipping it-- but she could not get any treats out at all! She gave up! Walked over to me with a defeated look, sat down against me, and looked off into space like she was wondering what to do with herself. Me, realizing there was no way for her to really get a kick out of this without any help had to start directing her. I decided to use this opportunity to teach her how to retrieve it-- so I can personally shake it upside down and get a few treats out. Encouraging her to continue pawing at it and pick it up by the rope to bring it to me is now a bonding activity for us-- which is good, but I think I would only recommend this only if that's what you're going for in a toy and your dog is suited for it.
Date published: 2017-10-11
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