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Busy Buddy Magic Mushroom - Small

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Customer Reviews for Busy Buddy Magic Mushroom - Small
Review 1 for Busy Buddy Magic Mushroom - Small
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Challenging for our dogs
Date:September 26, 2015
Pet:Multiple Pets
Breed:Belgian Sheepdogs and Dachshunds
Our dogs like this treat dispensing toy. The nice thing about it is if it gets stuck anywhere they can grab it with their teeth and get it out themselves. I don''t have to come to their rescue to retrieve it out or a corner or under a couch. The only thing I am concerned with is, if my larger dogs will at some point be able to crack the plastic with their teeth. So far so good, so we will have to wait and see. It is a well made toy and I especially like the fact that the dispensing hole can be adjusted.
Review 2 for Busy Buddy Magic Mushroom - Small
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
My Shelties Love Magic Mushroom
Date:April 24, 2014
My Shelties have several kibble-dispensing toys--Contempo Tessa, Kibble Nibble. and others. They love them all, but this is their favorite, perhaps because they can carry it around. It is easy to open and fill with kibble and the holes can be adjusted to make it easier or more difficult to extract the kibble. One dog who inhales his kibble if served in a bowl takes over an hour to get his breakfast kibble out of the Magic Mushroom. He really enjoys rolling it, batting it, and tossing it around, trying to find the best technique for making the kibble pieces come out. With any dog bigger than a small Sheltie, you would want to buy the larger size so the dog couldn't get his jaws around the mushroom in an attempt to crush it. It seems pretty sturdy, but the small Mushroom probably wouldn't hold up to the jaws of a GSD, say.