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

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Description

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.

Customer Reviews

336 reviews 336 Reviews 3.6 out of 5 Stars

77% Recommend

77% of reviewersrecommend this product

3.6 / 5

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  • My dog loves this product!

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    I have a mini dachshund and she goes crazy for this toy! she will play with it any time of the day. her nose is perfect size to move the cup covers and she has so much fun. it is sort of a problem that it can move easily across wood or tile floors and can sometimes get stuck under furniture but my dog usually does not need to be supervised when playing. it did take a little training for her to learn to move the cup covers but otherwise it is pretty easy to play with and super fun for my dog to play with. I would definitely recommend this toy for small snouted dogs.

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  • Great way to distract a puppy

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    My puppy absolutely loves this puzzle toy. Whenever he starts getting too hyper I set this up for him and it keeps him occupied for a couple of minutes. I like that it keeps the wheels turning up there. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because he started chewing on it and it started deteriorating pretty quickly. If your dog doesn't chew up everything in sight like mine does, then this will be great for you.

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  • Outstanding toy

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    This toy is beginner level for a dog. It is really amusing to watch your dog try to figure out how to get the treat, even after showing her multiple times. I would tell her "push" and then open the circle exposing the treat. At first she pushed the whole board. Then she got smarter and pushed the circle. She can clear out the treats in no time now. Good toy!!

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  • For small dogs or puppies

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    I can see that a small dog would find this to be a lot of fun and it would occupy them for awhile. The openings are large (about an inch in diameter). Overall, this toy is large enough for big dogs, but it is too easy, especially if they are smart. It took my 8 month German Shepherd about 3 minutes to figure it out and now he just empties it within a minute or two. He also chews on it if I don't take it away immediately and it is made of some type of wood/plastic material that splinters.

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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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  • 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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  • Glue and sawdust. DO. NOT. BUY.

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    My lab is not a chewer. That said, how else do dogs interact with things other than their mouth. After 10 minutes of supervised no-chewing, the toy was a shredded wreck. Chewy needs to stick to food unless they are willing to do their due-diligence and make sure they are selling products that are sound.

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  • Okay, not the best for bigger dogs or chewers

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    I have a husky that is pretty rough with his toys, I loved the idea of this but he tends to be a bit rough with it, causing the edges of the circles to chip away, and I'm afraid they might splinter or chip off. However, this would be fantastic for dogs that are smaller or aren't as rough!

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  • Seek-a-treat

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    This was/is fun for our black lab. It took her a little to catch on and have to help turn it as she wants to bite it and pick it up. Had to take her paw to show her how to pull the "dowels" down. She pushes up with her nose. Gets a bit messy with her wet nose and licking at it. Fun for her to find the treats!

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  • Recommended if you have "scavengers"

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    The puzzle is pretty simple for most dogs to figure out. I like this toy because it keeps both of my girls busy even when they have eaten all of the treats. They just have to be extra sure there aren't anymore. I highly recommend if you have a dog that goes around the house "scavenging" crumbs

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