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Living World Teach N Treat Small Animal Toy

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Description

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

    Living World

  • 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.

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  • Pretty cool!

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    So I just got this toy for my rabbit. She is desperate for the treats and tries to dig them out. I'm pretty sure she will get the hang of it.

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  • My guineas love this!

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    My two boys have so much fun trying to find their hidden treats! Definitely recommend this and you can’t beat the price!

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  • Smart rabbit

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    He has all ready figured out level one because he is very food motivated. I just have to work on level 2

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  • Great idea!

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    My rabbit loves this toy! It's built very well and I love that it has 3 different ways to use it, so I can change it up for my bunny. He figured out all 3 levels in a day, but still loves playing with it! He loves picking up the little pieces and throwing them almost as much as he likes finding the treats underneath them. Great purchase, entertaining for the bunny and myself!

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  • Small animal toy

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    My older rabbit loves this toy, he can do all three of the 'levels' and knows when it appears that it means treats are imminent. It's good to keep him occupied. He doesn't chew it and it's easy to keep clean. My younger rabbits don't show any interest so I just keep it for him to play with.

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  • Great idea, figured out quickly

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    This is a great toy for my bun. She did figure out all three levels pretty quickly. However, that doesn't stop her from playing with it. Whenever I whip this out, I'll put it on a random level and she'll still play with it.

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  • Does your bunny have the "hunger" for treats?

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    This toy will quickly let you see which of your bunny faces is clever and driven, and which ones are happy to wait for midday treat time. :) Our little Kisses had the majority of the compartments empty within an hour or two, and Tessa just sniffed at it, and then went into her house for a treat (like when it's bedtime), as if she decided that's a much easier way to get a cranberry. lol We'll be moving to "level 2" in another day or so, and I hope that the difficulty gives them enough challenge to continue to play with it, but not so tough that they tear it apart to get to the nummies inside! Well, at least one of them will try...Not lazy ol' Tessa...

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  • Guinea pigs loved it

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    Our pigs loved it. was almost more fun for me to watch them play with it.

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  • Bunny toy!!

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    My bunnies love this toy!!!! They play with it every day. I switch it back and forth for a challenge.

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  • its alright i guess

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    ehh my rabbit mastered this in under 5 mins . its entertaining to watch him use it but i thought it'll be more of a challenge . i dont know if i have a smart rabbit on my hands or if this was just not that great for a rabbit

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