Who says learning can't be fun? Nina Ottosson teamed up with Outward Hound to create the Dog Worker Composite Puzzle. This toy is designed to stimulate your pup's brain and allow him to have a blast at the same time! This unique, interactive toy provides hours of fun every time your dog plays with it. Just hide treats in each compartment and watch as your dog slides around the built-in pieces to find them. Each piece is designed to stay in place while the durable construction helps to keep this toy intact, even after your dog plays again and again. Spin the top to open and close the tracks, move the blocks to unlock the flippers and rotate the flippers to expose the treats. Featuring multiple compartments, there are plenty of spaces to hide treats and endless ways to find rewards.
Exercises your pup’s brain and motor skills through delicious, playtime fun!
Designed with a unique composite material that looks like real wood but has the benefits of wood and plastic.
All the little pieces are carefully built into the base to help keep your pup safe as he plays.
Place your dog’s favorite treats in the compartments, rotate the flippers to cover tracks and lock the rotating top. Put the toy on the floor and watch your furry friend work for his rewards.
Encourages plenty of interactive play—teach your dog how to use the puzzle and help guide him to victory!
Bought this for our 4 month old Lab. The puzzle exceeded our expectations. It is bigger than expected and is durable!! Has been able to withstand the biting, chewing and clawing our pup puts it through and has not shown any signs of wear and tear. Purchased this one mainly because it does not have removeable parts. With a mouthy Lab where everything goes into her mouth, I was concerned she would run off with the removeable parts and not play with the puzzle or worse yet, choke on the loose pieces. The puzzle is challenging enough to keep her entertained but not so much as to cause frustration.
Looking for difficult puzzles? This is it.
on Apr 30, 2019
1 year old yorkie/Shih Tzu mix loves puzzles. She has so many puzzles and always solve too fast. So I was looking for something more difficult.
This is definitely a difficult puzzle. She doesn’t quite get the center piece in the beginning. Should probably first start easy by putting treats in the center piece holes rather than putting in the knob then having it dropped in the hole.
good but ...
on Apr 10, 2019
My 8 mos Aussie loves it but she was able to rip off the center round cover. It still can be used though but difficulty level is decreased.