Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Countdown to Global Pet Expo -- Orbee-Tuff Mazee Treat Ball

We are counting down to the Global Pet Expo!

This is an older review, but it still holds.

Lulu loves her treats, as we've clearly seen here.

But I don't want to just give her treats. And when I'm working, I also want her to keep occupied.

I looked at all kinds of treatballs, but Lulu's had a few before and never did much with them. Then I found the Orbee-Tuff Mazee from Planet Dog. I mentioned this in my Holiday Gift Guide.

What I liked best about Mazee was that it was clear. Lulu can easily see the treats in there, and that will entice her to keep playing. Also inside -- a bright green maze that she has to navigate her treats through.

The Mazee has two holes -- the larger one is where you put the treats in. Smaller treats are better. I use mini-peanut butter bites from Pookie's Bakery in Winter Park. They roll around well.

Lulu now goes to town, trying to get the treats out, and I can spend time doing chores or -- working on this blog.

  •  Made in America
  • Clear plastic and nice and squishy. 
  • Lulu gets her brain working to get the treats out, so it's not just me giving her treats.
  • Lulu loves it, and anything Lulu loves is worth it to me!
  • The rubber doesn't always clean as well. 
  • It doesn't roll as well on the carpet.
I bought my Mazee at Woof Gang Bakery in Winter Park for $18, but you can also buy it at Amazon.com, and on the company website. If you buy it from Amazon right now it's only about $13.

DISCLAIMER: I bought my mazee on my own, without any help from Planet Dog or any other company.


  1. So she's gotten her treats out? She's a smart dog.

    1. Yup... she gets them to roll out no problem. If I put 4 or 5 in there, it keeps her busy for 20 minutes maybe. But then she's good and she relaxes.

  2. We might have to try this one with Stetson, our hungry Lab. We've tried the KONG Wobbler. We also have a few Busy Buddy toys and the Rockin' Treat Ball that we have yet to test.

    1. I like this one a lot. I like the fact that I can see what's going on inside, and it gives her something to think about.

  3. Ohh...that looks great! We have been using a kong, but its a little too easy for Maggie. I like this one and I think I will give it a try.


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