Kyjen Paw Hide Puzzle Dog Toy
This game is fantastic!
This game is great, I have a Dachshund and a Chihuahua that are not easily entertained, but when I gave them the "Paw hide puzzle" and put some Classic Cremes Cookies by Three Dog Bakery inside, they went nuts. This is my new favorite way to feed them treats and they love the challenge.
September 20, 2012
It kept the dogs interested and wanting to find the treats.
April 30, 2013
Great concept, need to test longterm?
I love the concept of hiding a treat in this training aid and game. My Shih Tzu did in fact find the treat but had trouble with staying focused. We've not had it long so I'm interested to see the outcome long term once we have had a chance to work with it. Overall, a really great product at a great price!!
January 3, 2014
It is perfect. My dog loves it. I purchased the product based on customers' reviews and found very entertaining.
November 23, 2013
This is a good toy but it was a little difficult for our puppies to get the tops off. We flipped the tops over, which made it easier to get to the treat. It was interesting watching them sniff out which cup held the treat.
September 23, 2013
We have a small dog, so it's a little hard for her to get her mouth around the yellow chamber cups. She does accomplish it, but she tends to get more frustrated than intrigued. Still a good product.
April 15, 2014
Great Smart Toy
My pom loves this puzzle. I've hid treats in each of the openings and in only some of the openings, and he always knows exactly which ones to remove to get the treat, it keeps him busy for only a few minutes, but I also have another pom, who is a little older and it takes him a little longer - would definitely recommend it
April 8, 2014
Good Interactive Toy with Dogs
I like this toy because it is not so easy for my Spaniels, 30 lb. and 20 lb., to figure out. I pull it out once a day and we work on it together. One dog is shy and the other very confident. The confident dog wants to paw at the yellow circles and the I have to hold the light weight toy down while he tries to get the piece out. I am trying to teach him to lift it out with his nose instead but in a week we haven't got there yet. With the shy dog I have to partially remove the yellow piece and he is building his confidence. We like working with our dogs and they both jump for joy when we pull it out to work on together each day. I actually put ribbons in the center of the yellow circles to try to have them pull up the yellow circle by the ribbon with their mouths. We are still working on it but the toy is well made and clever. It is should only be used with a pet parent present and not left unattended on the floor as this could be a chewing hazard if unsupervised and not a toy a dog can do on it's own for several reasons including light weight and not designed for chewing. If you are into interactive toys to do with your dog and you are patient this is a great toy to have fun with; and your dog will enjoy the mental stimulation and your undivided attention with him or her. Chewy has the best price too!
March 16, 2014