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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
  • Dimensions
    12 x 8.1 x 1.1 inches
  • Brand
    Spot
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult

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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292 reviews 292 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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  • I got it for a cat

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    Yes, the title says it is supposed to be for a dog. However, it works great as an enrichment toy for cats. Some of the other reviews complained about their dogs slobbering and destroying this pretty quickly. I could see that being an issue if you had a slobbery dog, but as our cat tends to not slobber it hasn't been an issue. He really likes moving the sliders with his paws and searching for the snacks. Based on the other reviews, I would probably re-brand this as a great cat toy instead. It also slows down their ability to eat their food, so probably a good diet tool. If you do get this for a dog, it is probably best for small dogs. It would be a bit harder for large dogs to use given Yes, the title says it is supposed to be for a dog. However, it works great as an enrichment toy for cats. Some of the other reviews complained about their dogs slobbering and destroying this pretty quickly. I could see that being an issue if you had a slobbery dog, but as our cat tends to not slobber it hasn't been an issue. He really likes moving the sliders with his paws and searching for the snacks. Based on the other reviews, I would probably re-brand this as a great cat toy instead. It also slows down their ability to eat their food, so probably a good diet tool. If you do get this for a dog, it is probably best for small dogs. It would be a bit harder for large dogs to use given the size of the slider. … more

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  • Interesting idea

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    I bought this thinking it would be a great idea for our pit puppies (as well as our daschunds). I added this to their individual training and play sessions. Each dog got to use it for about 10 minutes and there was about 30 minutes between uses. By the time I got to the 4 dog, the press-board material was swollen from their saliva and the pieces were too difficult to move. Also, i have to pick it up after use or the puppies will have it shredded in no time. I think it might be great for a single dog home.

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  • Not for chewers

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    It's a great idea just not very sturdy. Our dog ripped one of edges off which makes that whole column useless, there's nothing to keep the sliding pieces in place anymore. He did this in the first ten minutes of playing. Our dog is 40lb and an insane chewer (only a puppy still). For a smaller dog who doesn't want to gnaw on everything, it could provide some fun mental stimulation.

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  • It Works Great!

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    I decided to purchase this product after having my vet recommend buying a treat puzzle. I wanted one that wasn’t colorful and made of plastic. I accidentally made the mistake of ordering this product and then realizing it was technically a treat puzzle for dogs. It was purchased for my cat. I guess the bone shape is what makes it a dog product, but it works great for my cat! A good price and a quality item.

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  • It's cute....

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    So it's cute. It's smaller than I thought and the treat compartments are very shalllow. I guess I assumed I could break apart my dogs biscuits and shove them in there, but in reality she is going for crumbs. She would rather eat the toy than go for her crumbs. Maybe I need to find something better to put in it. Also, whoever made this, didn't let it dry before moving the sliders and costing the rest because the wheels were stuck and now they have a really tough time being moved to that position again. Not easy for a pup with no thumbs.

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  • Don't waste your money.

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    Purchased this for our 6 month old Golden Retriever. The disks were so tight they wouldn't open for him, and he chewed apart the "pressed board" within 10 minutes of receiving it to play with. Very disappointing.

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  • Bedtime drill

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    I have used the dog puzzles for about nine months. I use a couple for a couple of rounds of puzzle solving and treat pieces. Usually they take about 5-10 minutes to finish, including positive encouragement with my dog Daisy. The routine is done almost every night at bedtime. It seems to calm her down and she always ready to go to sleep in her crate. I just have to say "puzzle time" and we're both ready to call it a day. Nice!

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  • WASTE OF MONEY

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    This toy looked like it would be entertaining to my dog. It is made of pressed wood and my dog quickly ruined it. His slobber softened up the material and it chipped and peeled apart.

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  • Not durable enough for puppies

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    This Interactive game entertain my puppy for about 30 seconds. He was quick to figure it out. I would hide treats in it and leave him alone and after 2 days he's chewed it up completely it basically is pressed wood so once the slobber got all over the tabs that move they swelled up so unfortunately it didn't last very long. I love the concept maybe the next one I'll get it will be plastic

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  • MY DOG LOVES IT!

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    I love watching my dog solve this puzzle and she gets so excited to find the treats! I use Zuke’s peanut butter and oats training treats. She really loves it! I would recommend this to others!

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