Starmark Treat Dispensing Chew Ball Tough Dog Toy

  • Quality and performance products for your pet
  • Tested for safety and health
  • Give your pet a better quality of life with Starmark
  • Fill with food or treats to keep your dog happy
  • Stronger and more durable than natural rubber
  • Recommended for tough chewers
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning[1965908]Contains no latex, vinyl or phthalates Price: $13.49 (as of 04/01/2022 11:45 AM Details )


The Everlasting Fun Ball is an extremely durable chew for dogs. Stronger and lighter than natural rubber, it can withstand the toughest of chewers. Fill with treats or dog food to keep your dog mentally stimulated and happy. Use with Everlocking Treats for a chewing challenge. Bounces and floats in the water.

Product Dimensions

4 x 4 x 8 inches 0.8 Ounces

Item model number



Pet Supplies

Date First Available

August 18, 2004



Country of Origin


I have a large ball...what treats are you using that come out but require a little bit of effort? Looking for recommendations! Thanks.

I utilize Bil Jac original dish treats for my dog (she has the large ball also). It works wonderful. I get bags of over 100 treats from Petsmart, but you can purchase them from Amazon. They have a pack of 3 for $ 39.95

looking for a way to feed dry kibble. how much does this ball hold?

The big one probably holds a few mugs. The smaller sized one has space for 1-2ish cups. You can pack it quite tight.: -RRB- And it actually keeps dogs active for a long period of time. We lately got the large one, and our pet dog, Toggle will have fun with it for 30-45 minutes. After that he'll go do something else. After that an hour later on, he's back at it! I'm so grateful that it maintains him active. He's the only bug I've seen that isn't : -RRB-

Are these supposed to fall out? My dog is having a hard time getting them out. I’m using tiny zukes treats also

No, they just befall after the pet dogs chew the ball. It is the type of ball that squashes as they eat down on it. This separates the reward and after that it befalls.

Does anyone make a tennis ball sized ball with this material that doesn't have treat holes? This is the only material our dog can't destroy.

The medium dimension is the dimension of a tennis round but does have openings for treats. I use that to play with my Doberman and also it works wonderful. I haven't discovered anyone else that utilizes this material as well as my pet dog can destroy anything else.

I bought a couple of these and got medium balls, not large. Do other people have this problem with this seller?

My dog evaluates 25lbs. The little ball is too tiny. The huge one is as well large. The (medium/large) is GREAT. I call the firm straight and order them. Or order from their site.

Someone commented that this toy smelled. once we had a large kong that "smelled" and our dog did not like it! does this one "smell'? thanks.

pet dog food smells ... yet the playthings absolutely nothing scents, my pet enjoys his toys

How do you load the treats into the ball? Does it screw apart or do you have to put them in through the same hole your dog gets them out of?

Treats are put through the very same hole they appear from. The round is made from a soft material and also does not unscrew.

Is there an easy way to load the ball up with food, or do you have to put kibble in piece by piece?

It's Easy to tons. Yet you need to obtain huge sufficient pieces of kibble that they do not simply fall back out

How tough is this really my 50lb redbone destroys everything?

My regularly teething 8 month old Aussie guard hasn't damaged it. It is standing up, but he doesn't get it constantly the noise is horrible! He likes it our ears don't!

need a hard rubber ball with hole that travels through the center?

this isn't difficult rubber