|Material||Polypropylene||Polypropylene||Plastic||Thermoplastic Rubber||Thermoplastic Rubber|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||All Breeds||All Breeds||All Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult||All Lifestages||All Lifestages||All Lifestages|
My dog loves this puzzle. He has anxiety so all his meals are presented in puzzles and treat balls. This one even though medium difficulty requires a number of steps and is engaging and rewarding for him. My one criticism is the plastic used, quickly gets slimy. Otherwise we love it.
Our new dog loves seeing us prepare her puzzle. She has figured it out pretty fast, but she still loves moving the pieces to find the treats. It's durable and has stood up to her biting on it to find the goodies. Good buy!
This toy is way too easy!! My dog gets all the treats in less than 2 minutes. Not challenging enough.
My 40 lb boxer mix broke this after the 2x time I gave it to her. She pulled the middle part off to get to a treat. Tough little girl.
This has been a great puzzle for my Great Pyrenees puppy. I was worried he'd easily destroy it or the treat spots would be too small for him. It gave him a challenge at first but he eventually worked out how to get the treats and food out. He can be an aggressive chewer, but so far he hasn't tried to destroy the plastic pieces. He easily solved the outer ring slidables, but the inner ring keeps him occupied for awhile each time as he hasn't completely mastered it and usually misses a few treats. He gets adorably frustrated and keeps going back all day to try to get the couple he's missed. Highly recommend for any dog of any size.
I was looking for something a little more challenging for my dog (Parson Russell Terrier), in an attempt to make him work a little harder for his treats! The first time it took him a little while to figure out the outer compartments, but he got it eventually! :P The inner compartments (under the white "wheel" on top) took much longer! He was trying to lift it rather than turn it. I couple times he even lifted the whole toy to look underneath. Now that he's played with it a few times, he's very quick at getting the outer treats, inner takes a little longer, but the toy as a whole, makes him work a little harder than his last toy, which he figured out in seconds!
It's a little bigger than I thought it would be but not a big deal. Even though it says it is recommended for adult dogs, my puppy is a year and half and super intelligent. He figured it out pretty quickly and it keeps him stimulated. It's fun to watch him strategize.
Our new puppy solved the entire puzzle (green center wheel too!) in a few days BUT she continues to love playing with this and earning small treat rewards. We love watching her zip through the activity. Definitely worth the price. Well made and easy to clean.
I love all of the different compartments to hide his treats in. It kept him busy for a while. I actually got to eat my dinner in peace. It took him no time to figure out how to move the knobs to the side to retrieve his treats. I was pretty impressed. They slid over easy which kept the puzzle in place. Unlike others he has had in the past where they would slide all over the floor.
Yoshi and I are enjoying this puzzle toy! He’s already figured out the easier aspects so we’re just starting to work on the more challenging features. I love toys we can play with together! It provides him new challenges and also challenges me to figure out how to work with him at his pace so he’ll feel successful after every play session!