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Such fun to see puppy pushing around ball to get treats to come out. Took some trial and error to find best shape - need to be small enough to fit in hole, but not so small that fall out without effort, like Pedigree Tasty Puppy Minis. We've found Wagg Tastiest (dogs 8 wks+) best, as Bonnie has to persist for bit to get reward.
Bought this for our cat rather than for a dog. Nice and sturdy but light and moves easily enough for our cat to use it. She pretends that she can't, of course, but sneaky crunching sounds and magical emptying of the chambers tell the real truth! We've had it a few months now and it still looks like new.
Got this for my puppy who normally gets bored eating from her bowl! She loves this thing - keeps her busy for ages especially if we put the white bone covers on. Needs supervision to use due to small parts but then again, most toys do! Really recommend for dogs who like to be challenged and work for their treats!
Kann ich wirklich empfehlen! Wir haben verschiedene Strategiespiele, da unsere Hunde viel Abwechslung und Beschäftigung brauchen. Der Vorteil hier ist, kann man auch mit nassfutter füllen und so „für Futter muss erarbeitet werden „ verwenden. Sehr gute Beschäftigung, statt Futter aus dem Napf reinschlingen. Leicht zu reinigen und robust. Hund findet es toll und wir demzufolge auch. Test des Shepskys bestanden. Wird für die RE Laika auch bestellt. Update: jetzt mit gekürztem Video
These types of puzzles, and this one specifically, provide a nice distraction for my 4 month old poodle puppy. He was able to easily solve the level 1 puzzle within a few minutes at 10 weeks of age. Shortly afterwards, he could easily solve a level 2 and a level 3 puzzle. But he loves being presented with these. He also loves chewing on the removable parts. He still has his baby teeth, but he is able to make significant marks on the “bricks.” So if your dog or puppy is even a moderately strong chewer, don’t let him chew on the bricks. I think many dogs would love these puzzles. However you need to balance play value with affordability. These could also be used as a kind of slow feeder. But take the bricks away after they solve the puzzle for dogs with adult teeth, I would say.