…and don’t buy this.
Premier’s Tug-A-Jug treat dispenser
Good idea. Poor delivery.
Granted, we purchased the green version – which I think is the cheapo Target model (sorry, Target, I love ya, but this was not one of your finer merchandising moves) – which has a rubber rope instead of a real rope, but still. I doubt it would have made much of a difference.
Here’s a photo of that rubber rope.
The design has some good features. You easily fill the bottle with treats and/or your dog’s dinner by unscrewing the bottom.
I guess some dogs (particularly the rope-tugging fiends) would be great at getting the treats out of the bottle. Teton, however, was not. In fact, he looked nothing like this dog.
No, my friends. It was painful watching him try to get the treats out of the bottle. It’s not as easy as it looks! You see, to get treats to fall out of the small gap between the rope and the bottle opening, your dog has to tug the rope in a very particular manner that may not come easily to dogs without experience playing tug. Honestly, it was even hard for me to get treats to come out!
I’m guessing that other Dog Moms and Dads have had success with this treat dispenser.
We’ll stick with Premier’s Twist ‘N Treat.
Thank goodness Target’s return policy rocks.
So, Dog Mas and Pas…lets hear it. Anyone out there just love the Tug-a-Jug?