petco.com Ratings and Reviews

Customer Reviews for Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder

This product is no longer available. Continue shopping at petco.com.

Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder

Treat holder keeps your dog busy & stimulatedIncludes delicious chicken flavor treatsMade of natural, vanilla scented rubberProvides bounce-and-roll fun even without the treats
Average Customer Rating:
2 / 5
2
 / 
5
(4 Reviews) 4
Open Ratings Snapshot
Rating Breakdown 4 reviews
5 stars
0
4 stars
1
3 stars
0
2 stars
1
1 star
2
2 out of 4(50%)reviewers recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder
Review 1 for Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder
Overall rating 
1 / 5
1 / 5

big dogs?

PostedMay 15, 2013
Customer Avatar
from Murrieta, CA
Totally destroyed it within minutes. Honestly if the dogs have their Kongs that I put peanut butter etc. in ....they will eat those but these were destroyed quickly. The dog is a sweetheart but has powerful jaws. I am trying to find alternative to nylabones and galalios! Galialios leave too many "strands" in the carpet that are difficult to vacuum up.
I would recommend this to a friend!
0points
0of 0voted this as helpful.
Review 2 for Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5

Not your average treat dispenser

PostedNovember 26, 2012
Customer Avatar
from Brooklyn, NY
I actually love this toy. I work with about a dozen dogs presently and all of them from small to large (the large one you'd want to get the bigger one!) are intense chewers. The object of the toy is for them to chew the treat out through the holes (it breaks up and falls out) but they have to REALLY work at it to get it out. I'm not a huge fan of the treat sticks that it comes with, but I put half a freeze dried Stellla cake in them (or kibble) and the dogs have a lot of fun chewing on the toy and shaking the treat out as it falls apart and breaks up from them chewing on the toy.
Yes, like another reviewer did say, I have experienced pieces coming off of these because the dog typically tries to gnaw off the end of it to try to get the treats out (not easy even for me!) but it keeps them entertained FAR longer than a kong (which I also love) and challenges them in a different way. It's interesting to see what they do to 'problem solve' how to get the toy out once they figure out that it's not what they're accustomed to. If a treat gets stuck inside you can easily get it out by pushing a pencil through the end of the toy and the treat will come out the other side.
IF however, your dog will eat the little bits of rubber that they do often try to chew off the end before they figure out the real way to get their prize, I'd avoid this one unless your dog is supervised. If you have a food driven dog however (or a dog that is anxious!) this is a great way to do part of their feeding and engage their minds.
I would recommend this to a friend!
+1point
1of 1voted this as helpful.
Review 3 for Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder
Overall rating 
1 / 5
1 / 5

Not Worth It

PostedNovember 14, 2012
Customer Avatar
from NJ
My 11 month old black lab bit chunks off in under 5 min.!!! After I took it away I could not even get the treat out. I did return without trouble as there is a satisfaction guarantee on package.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
0points
0of 0voted this as helpful.
Review 4 for Nylabone Rhino Stuff' N Chew Dog Treat Holder
Overall rating 
2 / 5
2 / 5

Not durable

PostedOctober 19, 2012
Customer Avatar
from Houston, TX
My dog doesn't enjoy stuffed toys so I figured this toy would be a way for him to entertain himself for a long period of time trying to get the treat out.
#1 - the treat is stuck inside the toy, so there really is no way a dog can get it out unless you leave a chunk of it hanging out from the end...but then what's the point? I could barely get it back out myself to try to help him get to it.
#2 - far from indestructable. My dog became frustrated I'm assuming trying so hard to get the treat that he decided the best way in was to demolish it. I started seeing chunks of rubber around the areas he was playing with it in. Not safe.
#3 - for the price...get a Kong. Much more enjoyable for the dogs, better treat selection for their products, and much more durable.
Overall, I wouldn't recommend this to anyone with a pet, even a non-destructive animal will get frustrated with this toy.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
0points
0of 0voted this as helpful.