Saturday, March 17, 2012

Product Review - Roxxter

The kind folks at Dublin Dog Company sent us a Roxxter to dog test. We received the lime in size medium.

First thing I discovered is a pleasant vanilla scent instead of the stinky rubber odor in most toys. I noticed right away that the Roxxter is a very soft rubbery texture and is fairly quiet when being tossed around by KaeJae the Jack Russell and yet, because of the unique shape, was easy for my little KiKu, the Japanese Chin to also enjoy. She was able to pick it up and fling it around the room, but soon figured out the best way to dispense the kibble I place inside was to slap it around on the floor. It made for great entertainment on a rainy night.

This treat dispensing toy was a huge hit with both of my dogs and I anticipate using it as a "food bowl" to make meals more exciting. Treat dispensing toys are a great way to change up your feeding routine and to work your dog's brain as well as give him/her a bit of exercise.

I would note, this is a toy that you will need to supervise if you have a dog that is a heavy chewer. I like this particular treat dispensing toy because it is quiet and very pliable for dogs who like to "nom" their toys and that it can easily be tossed about a room by a dog without the potential of damaging your home because it is so soft and bouncy. Because it rights itself when it lands, your dog is required to move it around a lot to get the treats out.

I think the price is quite fair and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a new way feed your dog his kibble or a nice toy to dispense treats for fun activity.

On researching Dublin Dog, I was happy to see that their products are made right here in the U.S.A.! The Roxxter is a recyclable product, so it doesn't have to end up in a landfill should it get damaged. They also have leashes made from recycled bottles! Go Green and Go U.S.A.!

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