- Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 11.4 x 27.9 cm ; 522 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 680 g
- Item Model Number: SMBALS
- ASIN: B003YHB8EI
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 10 January 2018
- Customer Reviews: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 103 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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StarMark Bob-A-Lot Interactive Dog Toy, Small
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- Adjustable treat dispensing toy
- Large chamber fits whole meals
- Weighted bottom wobbles
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Starmark is one of the leader in pet education. They keep pets happy in their homes by improving relationships with their owners. All products are developed by experts and performance tested by thousands of dogs at the Starmark Academy Animal Behavior Center. For more information visit manufacturer website.
The Starmark range includes a variety of different toys to help alleviate anxiety and boredom behaviours and provide hours of mental stimulation.
Please note that Starmark treat dispensing toys do not include treats. You can buy Starmark interactive treats or use your own preferred treats or kibble.
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My lab is now 20 months old and we had to take the bob-a-lot away at a yr after we realised he had played with it so much by batting it with his front paws that he had actually damaged his elbows as a youngster and is now bilaterally dysplastic and quite lame. He was 5 mo old when it started and we had followed all the rules about exercise and got a pup from a long line of dysplasia clear genes. Sad as he loved to play with it. So I would be careful and not overdo it with a developing youngster.
I got the small one for our lab as it was firstly cheaper but also she probably wouldn't need the large one as I only give her a handful of treats at a time anyway. It's perfect for her.
Our older ridgeback, however, also wanted to play with it, but due to the style of it, she could easily pick it up at the cap and throw it! It wouldn't be any concern the Bob-a-lot would break, but more likely our tiles or laminate! So I order her a cheaper alternative one that is egg-shaped. She cannot pick that one up :)
If your dog is a chewer, this is probably not the best choice. The hard plastic bits don't seem that durable.
Not the best purchase ever but it is an OK boredom breaker.
Initially I didn't completely understand the instructions, but this was just me being dense! Basically you put your kibble or treats in the top section and there is an adjustable opening that controls the flow into the lower section. The lower section in turn has an adjustable opening that controls how easily the treats then come out. This means your dog has to move it around at least twice to get a treat and they don't come that easily!
It's fairly heavy and robust, and once I'd worked out how to set it up it's been great :)
Update: still in perfect condition but by the time he had all his adult teeth he very quickly learned to slide the 'door' open with his teeth so the entire contents spilled out in one go.