Puzzle your pup with a delightful, rewarding game of Flip N' Slide using a unique treat dispenser by Ethical Pet. This plastic toy provides your dog with mental stimulation using multiple compartments and his favorite reward: treats! Your little Einstein must "flip and slide" each compartment to find the treasure hidden beneath. Watch as he uses his nose and paws to nudge the pockets, searching for a tasty snack, and clap when he finds his prize. It's an excellent task to stimulate his brain—preventing boredom and exercising his critical thinking skills. Connect multiple puzzles together for a bigger challenge!
Tests your dog's skills and provides the mental stimulation he needs to stay sharp.
Inspires him to use his critical thinking skills to sniff out and uncover treats.
Rewards your pup for a job well-done, which encourages his intelligent behavior.
Ideal for both solo and interactive play—join your pup and cheer on his success!
Helps to prevent boredom, restlessness and may even help avoid some behavioral problems caused by a lack of stimulation.
Our Puffy loves this and I use it for her main dish. She’s very finicky and stopped eating her regular food so I put some kibble in the small compartments and some Freshpet in the larger ones and she loves flipping the compartments open and feeding herself in her own time frame. When she’s had enough, I close the little doors to keep the flies out. I am happy that it’s dishwasher safe in the top rack.
Fun but super easy
on Aug 19, 2020
He loves it, but because the pieces slide super easy, his Long droopy jowls basically did it for him. He didn’t have to figure much of anything out. My smaller pointy nosed dog had to work for it more.
on Sep 26, 2020
Izzy loves puzzles. Since she is only 5 months old I thought she would like this puzzle. It was a bit too easy for her but still likes it.
on Aug 10, 2020
I have 3 bigs dogs and one small. Thought this would be good to challenge them a bit but the tops flip very very easy. As soon as the dog touches with nose or paw it flips. There is no difficulty. It’s the same as adding food in food bowl.
on Sep 4, 2020
I have a border collie so you know her mind is always busy. I buy interactive toys to keep her occupied so this is right up her alley
Seconds of good fun...
on Jul 5, 2020
Our ten week old miniature dachshund puppy figured it out in under five seconds, and had opened all six treat holes in less than thirty (including eating the treats). Keeping in mind that he is extremely tiny, I think a dog would have to weigh about a single pound and be dumber than mud to get much playtime out of this one. I give it two stars because on the positive side, he does enjoy the few seconds of hide and seek very much!
Way Too Easy
on Jul 29, 2020
My German Shepherd mixed breed pup figured this out in 30 seconds. No challenge at all. Definitely do not recommend for intelligent dogs!
First Time Puzzle Solver
on Jun 9, 2020
Ordered this as a toy for my 7lb cat, Nymbus, who was showing signs of boredom. When loaded up with a favored snack, Nym figured out the sliders in about an hour, and the flippy cups in about a day. She did return to the toy later to continue fidgiting with it, so it does work for keeping her stimulated. I'd recommend this as a good starter puzzle. Simple, easy to clean, lightweight.
Dogs enjoyed it.
on Apr 18, 2020
I bought this because I had seen several videos of dogs doing the puzzles and thought it would be fun to see if my guys could figure it out. Of course being German Shepherds they caught on pretty quick. Looking to purchase the others that can connect to this and build the puzzle so that it will take them a little longer to do. They caught on pretty quick and takes them no time at all now to get all the treats out. Gets pretty slimy and is very easy to clean.
Once and done
on Apr 21, 2020
It took my dog 10 minutes to figure this out. Now she immediately opens the dishes without any thought. I tried waiting 2 weeks and putting it back out but she didn't even have to think about it. I must be blessed with a smart dog that has a great memory. I have yet to find a challenging interactive toy that is engaging enough and tough enough that she can't destroy.