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Living World Teach N Treat Small Animal Toy

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Living World Teach N Treat Small Animal Toy is a unique, interactive and educational toy for small pets such as rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, rats and even birds. It provides a fun and interesting way to teach small pets to search for treats while encouraging them to forage, through observation, listening and learning. The Teach N Treat experience is stimulating and rewarding to both you and your small animal, as it keeps your small pet's mind active and alert. It features three levels of configuration to challenge and entertain your small pet, ensuring she stays interested and engaged while remaining active and healthy.

Key Benefits
  • Interactive and rewarding toy is always an adventure for your small pet
  • Helps teach pets to search for treats and rewards them for it
  • Stimulating and educational, great way to bring fun into their life
  • Three levels provide optimal learning experience
  • Keeps your pet healthy and alert

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  • Item Number
    103972
  • Dimensions
    10 x 10 x 2 inches
  • Brand
    Hagen
  • Small Pet Type
    Rabbit, Chinchilla, Guinea Pig, Rat
Instructions

Level 1 Beginner:

Insert the center button into the game tray. Hide treats in the remaining holes. Treats must be less than 1 1/4 inch diameter. Insert the Large Disc in the tray opening. Let your small pet push around the disc to find the hidden treats.

Level 2 Intermediate:

Insert the center button. Hide treats in the remaining holes. Treats must be less than 1 1/4 inch diameter. Place knobs over the holes to hide the treats. Let your small pet search for the treats by letting him use his mouth to lift the knobs and discover the treats underneath. Create more of a challenge by hiding the treats in fewer of the holes and vary their location each time your pet plays.

Level 3 Advanced:

Insert the Center Guard and flip up the opening of the center guard. Begin to slide in a knob through the opening of the center guard. Slide in as many knobs as you need. Hide treats in the holes underneath the knobs. Treats must be less than 1 1/4 inch diameter. Close the opening of the center guard. Let your small pet search for the treats by learning to slide the knobs around the center guard with his paw or nose. Create more of a challenge by hiding the treats in fewer of the holes as play progresses, and vary their location each time your pet plays.

Rating: 4.3 of 5 stars 46 Reviews 46 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Such fun...

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    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!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for ferrets

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    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.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    A necessity to have for rabbit!!!!

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    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!!!!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Chinchilla’s love it

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    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

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Bun puzzle

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    My bunnies LOVE the dog balls that challenge them to get then treat out needless to say that love this just as much! Perfect toy/game to challenge your bun to use that brain!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Teach n Treat

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    This toy was pretty cute. I bought another similar from someplace else and it had no room to actually hide the snack. This one attracts the Guinea pigs over to check it out as soon as I put it in their cage...over anything else I put in at the same time. They toss the little cap in the air... it's fun to watch.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My Bun loves it!

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    I bought this for my rabbit and he just loves it. It didn't take him long to figure it out but he also doesn't get bored with it. He will play with it even when there aren't any treats in it!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun for piggies!

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    I ordered this for my piggies to switch up toys during floortime. My cats and dog already had similar ones that the guinea pigs can partially play, but I like that this is specifically geared towards smaller pets. I would definitely recommend this for anyone with a small pet (gp, rabbit, ferret, hamster, rat). It took the piggies a few minutes but once they got it they were so proud of themselves! One would “popcorn” and runs laps every time he found the treat! They only downside is that it’s pretty easy and once they get it, it may become boring. All you have to do is switch up the level or not use it for a week. Bring it back out and they get excited all over again!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good boredom buster

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    Got this for a gift for another rabbit so i cant say if they will like it, but im sure they will. Going to be ordering one for mine soon.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Rats find it too easy

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    This is a great toy at first but the game becomes super easy for an intelligent animal like a rat so they get bored after awhile and lose interest. However it is still a good toy!

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