The Frisco advanced interactive dog toy puzzle is cute. I feel like it is great for some dogs, and maybe a little boring for others. It seemed to entertain my baby for a little bit but not as long as anticipated. I like the overall concept. I do wish there were larger hiding spots for different sized treats. I would still recommend this puzzle toy. The purpose is to entertain and challenge your dog. I think it does what it is meant to do.
My 14 month old Bernadoodle went straight for half cups and was able to easily find her treats on the first try. She is approximately 60lbs now and has a very big snout so it wasn't easy for her to move the inner ring with her large snout and large paws but she ended up finding a way, which is the intent of the puzzle...right? Over she enjoyed the puzzle and got her mind thinking.
I was excited to see a new, relatively affordable puzzle for my 1yo Aussiedoodle! He absolutely adores them and they keep him busy. However, this is just not it. The slots for the treats are way too small for the size of the puzzle. They’re only good for small training treats and definitely not conducive to a 55lb dog. The wheel in the middle doesn’t spin well and isn’t even big enough to allow the little circular pieces enough space to uncover the treat slots. I ended up taking a part of the wheel out but when you do that, the circular pieces obviously can come out completely. I’m definitely disappointed and guess I’ll be splurging on the legit puzzle brands!
Happy dog. The day I received this Frisco 3-in-1 Interactive Puzzle Dog Toy I filed it with treats. I was worried, being that it was the advanced one and looked like it would be hard for him to figure out. That smart little dog figured it out right away. He did some of the puzzle right away, but other sections took him a while. He did figure the whole thing out that day though. It is a good toy to keep him occupied for some time.
The puzzle is a good size overall and the pieces and crevices are large enough for my Doberman to be able to move and get her nose into. We have several puzzles for bad weather days when we cant get outside and exercise much and this is a nice addition. I do question the advanced rating though because this was not tough for my dog at all. She had it completely figured out on her own and all treats enjoyed within a minute. I was expecting it to be more of a challenge.
This puzzle has a couple things that I didn't expect: It hold 1/2 cup of food, fully loaded The green moving discs don't fully go into the rotating middle, making it hard for my dog to get them out of the way enough to get the food underneath them. It's too easy. Our medium difficulty puzzles from Nina Ottosson are harder than this.
I have a few different puzzles for my dog, and this advanced one is really great because it entertains my dog for much longer. There are a few different ways to retrieve the treats, so it's fun and challenging for my pup.
My German Shepherds love mental stimulation and this Frisch 3 in 1 provide their favorite things. Yummy treats and using their nose for that mental stimulation. It was super fun to watch how smart they are to work the puzzle too.
My dog loves this keeps him busy for hours lol when he thinks it here gone there’s always one hidden he forgot lol I’m. Dry happy this is well designed and well invented my doggy says thank you so very much for this he is now happy
at first had to figure how to put the treat in it but when i figure it out she would not let me touch it again because she was trying to show me how good she can get the treat and food out without my help