Almost any kibble or kibble-sized treat works in the Hub, as long as it's firm and dry.
The maximum size of a single piece should be about 18 millimeters at its widest side
(about the size of a U.S. dime or smaller). 

The Hub fills the dish by allowing a few pieces of food to fall through a small opening, so if the food you're using is large, sticky, or crumbly, it may not dispense properly.

If your dog isn't into kibble, or eats a raw diet, you may find that using freeze-dried or dehydrated meat works well. Chopped up veggies or Cheerios are also popular low-calorie alternatives to kibble.

Some specific brands recommended by our customers:

Treats

  • Zukes Mini Naturals
  • Oliver Bentleys 
  • Fruitables Skinny Minis
  • Stella and Chewy Meal Mixers
  • Best Buddy Bits
  • Vital Essentials Freeze Dried Nibs
  • Pet Botanics Training Reward
  • Wet Noses Little Stars 
  • Primal Jerky Nibs
  • Charlie Bears

Kibble

  • Natural Balance
  • Blue Buffalo
  • Canidae
  • Core Wellness
  • Kirkland Signature
  • Orijen
  • Hill's Science Diet
  • Wellness Simple
  • Instinct Raw Boost 
  • Millie's Wolfheart
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