Chewy Treat Dispensing Toy that is a puzzle too!
The Leo is a brightly colored, soft, rubbery, bowling pin
shaped toy. You hide treats inside & can link multiple
Leos together! The more you link together - the more challenging
the puzzle. Each Leo is approximately 8 inches tall.
Off the Thrill Scales!!!
Bergamot & Emrys have refused to eat out of their bowls
for 4 days now. All they want to do is play with their Leos.
These are substantial toys that allow the Beasts to really
get physical. They roll them, thump them, flip them, pick
them up & throw them. All this action to get the treats
out. There are 3 treat exits to a Leo - the neck & two
'x' shaped cross cut holes. You can link multiple Leos together
by popping the neck of one into the cross cut hole of another.
Once they are connected the treats move from one toy to the
next as they get moved around.
Bergamot & Emrys really like how challenging these toys
are. They played with them the entire afternoon. Even after
they got all the easy treats out, they still enjoyed the game
of playing with the Leo - even if the treats were difficult
to get. It was a perfect union of treats & a fun toy!
They also bounce really high when you throw them for fetch.
The peeps at Canine Genius ARE geniuses! This is a innovative
and brilliant new toy!
"I can hear them calling me in
~ Bergamot Fury
The Leo comes in two strengths - the Regular and the
Extra for medium+ chewers. The Beasts tested the Extra. The
Extras are heavier than the Regulars and the Beasts really
enjoyed having a weighty toy that stood up to them. They have
not been able to damage them even after 4 days of constant
The Leo is a treat dispenser and not intended as a chew toy.
Alise from Canine Genius gave us some tips on showing the
Beasts how to play with this learning toy so that it would
be a fulfilling & fun activity and not a frustration.
Start off easy and challenge your dogs as they learn.
Still going strong!
Cost vs. Durability:
Knowing how smart Bostons are and how important it is
to keep them occupied, the value of a toy that keeps them
engaged and focused for so long is priceless. A single Leo
is a blast to play with - but the fun and challenge offered
by linking them together is well worth getting a pair!
Needs Supervision. Check this toy for wear & tear
after each use.