|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Chinchilla, Guinea Pig, Rat||Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Hamster, Mouse, Rat, Gerbil||Hedgehog, Guinea Pig||Sugar Glider, Gerbil, Rat, Ferret, Mouse||Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Rat|
|Toy Type||Treat Dispensers, Foraging||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers, Foraging||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers|
I love spoiling my monsters. They actually like the toy just fine. But they go crazy for pellets, period. I have a dog toy made of recycled wood that they scratch to open that uses the same idea but without lose-able parts.
It took my bunny about a week to get through all levels, but I LOVE how this has levels for them to work up to! My bunny loves this and one of the levels (just the one with the plastic disc in it) keeps him occupied for quite a while and he doesn’t immediately beat it...so it keeps him busy! I bought this after I saw it recommended as one of the top bunny toys and I am glad I did. I wish they made other toys!
We got several enrichment items and haven’t got a chance to try this for the rabbits but tested it on the cats first and they are really enjoying it.
My 6 month old bun beat all 3 levels in less than a week, I got it for her so she would slow down when she ate and it kind of works? She has to work for her food now but it’s very easy for her (I didn’t even have to show her how to use it). Still a good product, has the suction cups so it stays mounted to the floor.
My mini lop loves to look for his treats with his toy. He’s such a smart bunny!
This is so fun to put raisins in! It really shows you how smart your rabbit can be. They learn how to move the parts to retrieve the treat! So cool and very sturdy and good quaity
Got this toy as a way to stimulate my 4 bunnies,they where getting bored. This was so much fun to watch them figure out how to get the treats and run away with the little lids haha Amazed at how smart they are,some caught on faster than others. Definitely recommened!
This has been an excellent source of mental stimulation for my 2-year-old ferret, Otter. It took him some time to figure out, but interest stayed pretty high throughout and now he’s got all three levels beaten. The only trouble is that now he’s gotten so good at rapidly uncovering the treat cubbies that I’ve had to start filling most with his regular food so he isn’t eating dessert/snacks all day. I think he’s getting a little fed up with me.
I got this for my rabbits and now I don't know how I lived without it! It is so great for mind stimulation!!! Rabbits like other small animals are very intelligent and need to be stimulated! Instead of just handing them a treat, now they have to actively try to get the treat! Really Amazing!!!!!
The chinchillas so far are loving it. When they run every night I set it up. So far we are only on stage 2. I don’t leave it in their cage because of it being plastic. When it comes out they run over because they know treats will be hidden. Neat toy for them