Ethical Pet Seek-A-Treat Shuffle Bone Puzzle Dog Toy

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Wood puzzle that provides dogs with the mental stimulation they need and also a treat reward for achievement. Bone shaped board has ten holes for hiding treats. Six sliding disks challenge the dog to find the treats in the right holes.

Key Benefits

  • Provides mental stimulation
  • Dog IQ puzzle that will strengthen and test your dog's skills
  • Put your favorite treats inside
  • Rewards your dog for being able to complete the task
  • Good for crate training or alone time

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  • Item Number
    71371
  • Brand
    Spot
  • Breed Size
    Small, Medium, Large

Instructions

Bone shaped board has ten holes for hiding treats. Six sliding disks challenge the dog to find the treats in the right holes.

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205 reviews 205 Reviews 3.6 out of 5 Stars
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73% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Cleaning it ruined it.

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    Our 9 week old goldendoodle pup loved this toy. Unfortunately, she pooped in her playpen and managed to get it all over herself and the toy. The toy is made out of a soft wood material and once the poop was on the toy, we simply could not get the stains off, and I didn't want to let her use it again until I knew it was clean. So soaked it in a little bit of soap and water, and the toy swelled up so much that even a few days later, the puzzle parts of the toy still wouldn't move any more. It was a total bust and we had to throw the toy away. Two stars instead of 1 because I would buy another one if it was sold in a material that could survive being cleaned.

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  • makes her think!

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    I made sure to use extremely fragrant and tasty treats the very first time - and although she never used her paw she did accomplish the task with her nose and at times her mouth. The first time frustrated her and now, a week later, she can clear every hidden treat in less than 5 minutes - and when I pick this up to fill it her excitement level is overwhelmingly enthusiastic

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  • It gets her going!

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    It was a bit bigger than I thought it might be. However, once our Lhasa understood what the task was, she went at it, and gets better every time. She doesn't play with toys or balls (she was a rescue; I shudder to think what may have happened to her in her former life), but I've now been able to use this to teach her to stay and wait. It's been great fun to watch her.

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  • Shuffle Bone

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    My dog luvs this toy for finding her treats. It is a good distraction tool. My dog was almost 5 months when purchased and found this engaging but it was a little easy for her to do. She systematically uncovered every hole to find her treats while sniffing them out with first use. I did not have to explain the toy to her. I only put it out occasionally since she does not get treats every day. I also break her treats into small pieces when I place them in the shuffle bone.

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  • stimulates the mind

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    I got this to keep my dog from being bored and it works great. he sniffs out the hidden treats and figures out that he has to move the pieces to get to the treats. I wish it were made out of something less easy to chew though, because if it's a little stuck in place, he chews at the piece to try to move it off the treat.

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  • Would not recommend

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    My 4 month old pup chewed/peeled the particle board in a matter of moments. She was not even trying to, it just peels very easily. The concept is great but should be made of plastic or something more durable for a dog, especially a puppy who could ingest the loose pieces easily.

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  • Not Challenging At All

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    I bought this for my 3 1/2 month old goldendoodle to give her something to keep her busy. The very first time she ever tried it, she had it figured out in just about 10 minutes (maybe not even that long)- this has never been a challenge for her at all. I even tried packing the puzzle compartments to be more full so they wouldn't slide as easily but it still was way too easy for her. On top of that, I'm not wild about the pressed-board type material. It didn't hold up well at all. I've only had this for a few weeks and am having to throw it away because it's just not holding up :( Bottom line, if you have a smart dog or a dog that likes to chew then this is probably not a good fit. Also I bought this for my 3 1/2 month old goldendoodle to give her something to keep her busy. The very first time she ever tried it, she had it figured out in just about 10 minutes (maybe not even that long)- this has never been a challenge for her at all. I even tried packing the puzzle compartments to be more full so they wouldn't slide as easily but it still was way too easy for her. On top of that, I'm not wild about the pressed-board type material. It didn't hold up well at all. I've only had this for a few weeks and am having to throw it away because it's just not holding up :( Bottom line, if you have a smart dog or a dog that likes to chew then this is probably not a good fit. Also- do NOT put a moist treat in here, it isn't made for that and no matter how much you try cleaning it, it will mold :( … more

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  • I like it a lot

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    My Mom bought this for me when I was 9 weeks old and even though it only took me about 5 minutes to figure it out, it's a few months later and I'm still having fun with it! I check it a few times a day since I never know when a treat might appear. If you drool a lot your people might have to wipe this off when you're done since it's made of pressboard and might bubble.

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  • A little flimsy for rough chewers but definitely entertained my dogs!

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    This toy was fun in the beginning, but my dog started to chew the little circles off in order to get the treats. I recommend that pet owners supervise their pets while playing with this toy! My dog seemed to have a lot of fun though. :)

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  • Easy and gone!

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    Roscoe figured this toy out in about 10 minutes, then proceeded to chew up the particle board base and cover pieces. It lasted a good half-hour, and then was muck! I have gone to heavy plastic, which he is inclined to lick, rather than wood, which he is inclined to chew. Only non-chewing dogs need this toy.

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