Buster Food Cube

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9 Reviews

Ratings & Reviews

9 reviews

4.2

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Hard plastic, very noisy on floor and treats make a noise. My dog didn't enjoy it because he couldn't mouth it. Directions vague.

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we were happy to have a toy that was unbreakable. within 2 hours our 18 month old staffy had put a hole in it, 15 minutes later the buster cube was broken in half.

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My Border Collie pup loves her Buster Cube...keeps her entertained for more time than most other treat toys.

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Fantastic product. Entertains my Airedale for hours trying to get the treats. Very durable too.

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Great for our mixed breed, he loves it, though we havent yet worked out how to take the centre out to clean it.

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I like the adjustable feed rate. Nice durable product, dogs seem to enjoy the challenge.

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Fantastic treat toy - keeps our vizsla occupied for hours! Being able to adjust the degree of difficulty is great so the cube can be made more challenging as your dog gets the hang of it.

Tricky but worth it!

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From South East Queensland

Our 5 month old Koolie cross found this very challenging on our hardwood floors! The cube tended to slide at first and it took her a while to work out she needed to make it tumble to release the treats. Once she got the hang of it she loved it and we changed the settings to more difficult to keep her busy for longer. Now she looks forward to working it to get her meals. We bought the regular size. Be aware that the cube is made of very tough plastic and if you have precious furniture you might not want the two anywhere near each other! The instructions are not the clearest, but a little fiddling with the top piece soon had it worked out.

Buster Cube busted

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From Townsville QLD

This entertained my Staffies well. Until I failed to screw the centre in properly and they got a tooth into it and chewwed the centre tube.