The Ruff Wear Gnawt-a-Rock is not just a rock, nor is it your average dog toy. Constructed of durable, chew-resistant latex rubber, it’s a great play and training option for active dogs.
The toy is obviously great fun for simple throw and fetch activities, but it has some “performance” features too. Multi-faceted sides effectively massage your dog’s gums as it enjoys play. This design also causes erratic bounces to keep your dog guessing and add a surprise element of fun. An internal chamber can be used to stash kibble or other treats to aid in training or simply add to the fun.
The Ruff Wear Gnawt-a-Rock is available in your choice of color options.
- Durable, chew-resistant
- Erratic bounce for engaging fetching
- Faceted surface for gum-massaging
- Internal chamber holds kibble or small training treats (not included)
- Treat dispensing design for interactive play
- Size suitable for large-mouthed dogs
- Made from natural latex rubber, a renewable, sustainable resource
Real Customer Reviews
- Fantastic toy for treats, maybe not so much meals.
Likes: It fits a good amount of food in it, and, while it doesn't roll, is easily flipped and figured out by dogs, while requiring a similar amount of effort for food once they know how to use it. Extremely easy to clean thus far, dirt seems to be easily brushed off of it, rather than need to be washed thoroughly.
Dislikes: It does have two holes which are a bit larger than you might think, which ends up causing two issues.
First, it means that every time food exits a hole, quite a bit comes out. Which isn't too much of an issue, unless you're particularly worried about that.
Second, it means filling the toy is a bit of a nuisance, and this is why I'd say this toy isn't really built for much larger than a small series of treats. I bought this toy intending to use it in replacement for a bowl, as my border collie eats better when he has to work a bit for his meal. However, the second hole is directly opposite to the first one, and at an angle. Why is that an issue? Because when you're filling it, you can only put so much food in before it starts spilling out that second, lower hole, due to where the access is for adding food into it. While that's not as much of an issue for me, as I don't particularly mind it, I can see it being rather annoying to have food spill out every time you try and fill the toy with more than a few handfuls of kibble.
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