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.
My Mini Aussie senior learned on her own how to use this. We have noticed she thinks it will magically produce more kibbles as she opens and closes the compartments. Today I found a new use as she is beginning to lose her appetite this past week and would not eat from her dish at all, just nose the kibbles and get a drink. I pulled an old geriatric nurse trick on her (sometimes they are overwhelmed by portions when not really hungry) and transferred the kibbles to the compartments and closed them. She ate all but one compartment until I pointed to the last one and she finished that as well. It will be easily washed to do this over and over.
on Sep 13, 2019
Our Aussie mix loves puzzles. He hasn't had one with the flip challenges before. Didn't take him long to figure it out. I wish I could find the mate to this one. We have several puzzles for him. He loves them all and it is fun to watch him work them.
Has its pros and cons...
on Aug 8, 2019
We got this for our 5 month old rotty a couple months ago and he figured it out pretty fast. The traps are very easy to open and close and he goes through them all within 30 seconds. I thought it would've been more challenging and time consuming for him and it wasnt to to the extent I thought but none the less he's 63 lbs likes it and hasn't destroyed it yet
on Aug 2, 2019
I was so excited to have this for my dog, but when it arrived I realized how silly it was. There is now weight to this at all, my dog flipped it over several times trying to open the little compartments. When she was able to open the treat compartments it seemed there was no effort for her at all. My dog lost interest in this toy within the first day of having it.
on Aug 28, 2019
My puppy figured this out in less than a minute on her first try. She loves when I bring it out, but it doesn't keep her busy for long. Plus: all moving pieces are attached so tough for her to chew or lose parts under furniture
it amuses her for a count of ten..
on Oct 8, 2019
I had hoped for a little more frustration for her. But she LOVES IT.
Must look for other more difficult puzzle toys.
on Aug 27, 2019
My little Yorkie loves his treat toy. He figured it out right away! He gets excited when I pick it up and he knows he is going to get a treat!
Fun while it lasted
on Jul 15, 2019
This toy does not stand up well. Broke the first time it was used. Put it back together and it keeps breaking. Was not a good investment and wouldn't purchase again. The fun/idea is great but the puzzle is junk.
on Sep 17, 2019
This toy doesn’t tear up easily. It didn’t take my pup long to figure out, but he still loves it.
He is really smart
on Oct 10, 2019
He figured it out I less than a second! I’m still looking for a challenge