When we first gave the toy to Rex, he spent a good bit of time smelling it and nudging it with his nose. I would think the smell of the mint was unusual to him.

After finally picking it up, he loved the texture of the ball. Rex loves to chew on bones and Kong toys and really liked the fact that this toy had some shape to it, rather than being smooth and round.

He really enjoyed the size of the toy. Rex loves to carry toys around with him all day and then snuggle up with them when he goes to take a nap or to bed. This toy was the perfect size for him to put in his mouth comfortably and then hide it under his legs while he was sleeping.

Since getting the toy, he hasn't been very willing to share with any of our other pets, including one of our cats who loves to lick the ball, for some reason. He has really grown attached to the toy, taking it in his crate to chew and play when he's looking for something to occupy his time or looking for some time to play fetch with our family. He has done his best to destroy it. Given his size, it usually isn't very hard for him to do but so far, other than the lettering coming off, he hasn't been able to damage it, which is great.

After a few weeks of having the Snoop, Roxy loves it!

Our first try was unsuccessful. Roxy gave up on it not long after we gave it to her. However, we realized that we put treats in it that were too large to come back out on their own. So the next time, we used smaller bites of her food and had much better results. The Snoop works great and becomes a very fun and rewarding game for her.

The toy also has a great shape. Its very soft but still rolls around. Roxy loves to nose it, paw it, bounce it around. She will even pick it up and carry it around. The Snoop seems very durable so far, hardly any signs of wear after a few weeks of daily use.

Just the other day when given the choice of her Kong or the Snoop for us to put treats in, Roxy picked the Snoop!

Thanks for letting us try it. We think it's a keeper.