Lotus Ball - Mini

Lotus Ball - Mini

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The Lotus Ball is the original treat-dispensing pull-apart toy! This stimulating, reward-based toy will keep your dog in the game when you are training. The three sections of the ball, the "petals," are lined with Velcro so that you can hide treats inside, and the dog can open the ball and get the treats without destroying the toy. Opening the toy to get the treats out can be made easy or hard for the dog, depending on how tightly you close the petals. 

Lotus Balls are an excellent training toy for food-motivated dogs because they allow you to throw the reward during agility training or place it out as a target. Dog trainers around the country have devised innovative ideas for using Lotus Balls to teach contacts, distance skills, and much more! 

These are the only real Lotus Balls available. We pay a royalty to the original designer and took over manufacturing and design from Premier/PetSafe. So accept no substitutes!

The Mini Lotus Ball is 2.5" in diameter and is made from a softer nylon than the Small and Medium Lotus Balls.

Note: The Lotus Ball is a dog training tool and is not intended to be given to the dog for self-play. Your dog should be supervised whenever you are using the toy.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
5/5 with 2 reviews

Finally one that works
It is so nice to have finally found a treat ball my tiny papillons can open. Even the 9 month puppy got it open. Now if she would realize she has to bring it back for me to refill. Silly girl. My dogs are all under 9 inches and under 5 pounds.
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My dog is learning to retreive!
I found the mini lotus ball the ideal way to train a non-retrieving dog (my Pomsky, Miki) learn to retrieve. He loves to chase it (for the treats) but can't get to them himself, so he's beginning to bring the lotus ball back to me for his reward. It really does work. It gives me a another way to reward him besides treats alone. I have a homemade treat toy but the treats tend to fall out and he can reward himself, which is great for some training but I want him to come to me more as he's very independent.
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