Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Casino Puzzle Game Dog Toy
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About This Item
- Provides mental stimulation to help keep your dog's mind alert.
- Level of difficulty 3, for the more advanced treat hunters. Easy to clean, simply rinse under water.
- A pleasant and rewarding time for you and your dog. Hide the treats in the flaps and watch as you dog has to pull them out to release the prize.
- Enhances your relationship with your dog by rewarding them with treats they love.
- Suits dogs of all ages and sizes. Change the difficulty by using the bone shaped pegs to lock a flap, meaning your pooch has to paw it off before getting their reward.
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162 Customer Reviews
Smarter than me
I needed help loading this for the first time, I'm going to say it was because it was new and the connections of the little bones was tight (right?). But it was a very interactive and fun puzzle for my puppy. He pesters me to refill it, he's mastered it now so I've ordered another more difficult one. I'll take this home to the slower dogs.
I have a 6 month old Cockapoo puppy who needs a lot of mental stimulation so I was excited for him to try this advanced puzzle. He figured it out within literally 65 seconds. He found out you can just smack the top til the bones click into place then pull the drawers. So I’m sure he’ll be bored of this after 2 more uses. Was hoping for something to challenge him
HARD but doable!
It took my 12 week old puppy about 4 times before he could figure out how to twist the bones to unlock the drawers, but eventually he did! We have a couple of these by Outward Hound and this is by far his hardest, but he really enjoys it (for 3-4 minutes). The only gripe I have is the bottom has these rubber feet on them that can easily pop off, my puppy pops them off and chews on them so you have to always keep your eye on him.
Time and energy consuming
Good value for the price. My 4 pound Yorkies enjoy the search in these drawere. Not only does it make them work for the treats and kibble but also engages them in thought, they have to turn the top bone in the right direction enabling them to get the drawers out. Initially it took 30 minutes or more for them to get a drawer out and now they complete all drawers within 30 minutes. My wife and I enjoy just watching them with it. I would recommend this for small dogs .
Stiff, requires modifications
This won't work without taking it apart and modifying the plastic so that it actually WILL turn and release the lock mechanism in the drawers where the treats are stored. It's either poorly designed or poorly manufactured. My husband preferred to correct the issue rather than return it, but most people wouldn't go to that much trouble.
Too low to ground. My dog knew what to do, but the drawer handles are too small and flush with the ground. The bones are flush with the unit and not easily turned. Instant dud.
I like this
I use different kinds of puzzles with my Yorkie, but it doesn't take her long to figure them out, but this one gave her a little challenge which I was happy to see. I often give her part of her dinner in puzzles to make her work for her food; it keeps her active and requires her to use mind and body together.
Didn't work for us
We started with the hide n' slide and brick puzzle and felt like Winston figured them out almost too quickly, so we wanted to try the next step up. We have had this for several months now and have tried over and over again to show him how to do it, but he cannot figure out how to do this one. I think it's the delay between the action and reward that throws him off- it's not clear that once you flip the bone anything happens unless they try that bone's specific drawer right before and after flipping it. He can pull all the drawers out easily but as soon as we lock the bones he just can't get it. Otherwise we are a big fan of this line
Good engaging toy
I decided to get this harder puzzle because I didn’t want to waste money on something that was too easy. This one keeps her engaged for several minutes and she really looks forward to it when I’m filling it with kibble.
Three times and then on to the next thing
This was too easy for my poodle. She got bored with it after a few times.