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Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Hide N' Slide Puzzle Game Dog Toy

Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Hide N' Slide Puzzle Game Dog Toy

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    Great toy but don't expect it to distract your dog long...

    By Monica on Jan 19, 2021

    We bought this toy after seeing it recommended many times over to help mentally stimulate our puppy. Ringo is a 5 month old German Shepherd mix and it takes him about 5 minutes to completely figure out this game. We have found ways to make it trickier for him to finish to help prolong play time and mental We bought this toy after seeing it recommended many times over to help mentally stimulate our puppy. Ringo is a 5 month old German Shepherd mix and it takes him about 5 minutes to completely figure out this game. We have found ways to make it trickier for him to finish to help prolong play time and mental stimulation but still, we can only get it to last about 10 minutes max. We love to use this toy for mental work or as a different way to feed Ringo. Overall, I would recommend this puzzle but I took a star off because the difficulty level doesn't seem to match how difficult it actually is. … more

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    Not challenging enough

    By Ellyssa on Jan 3, 2021

    I was a little worried that my German Shepherd would struggle with this puzzle but was looking for a mental challenge so I gave this a try. Sadly, he had it mastered after the first time and now it merely slows down his treat consumption. This may be better for a dog that struggles to learn tricks quickly I was a little worried that my German Shepherd would struggle with this puzzle but was looking for a mental challenge so I gave this a try. Sadly, he had it mastered after the first time and now it merely slows down his treat consumption. This may be better for a dog that struggles to learn tricks quickly but not a challenge for those that need mental stimulation. The structure itself seems very sturdy and I’m not worried the puzzle will fall apart anytime soon. Since my dog isn’t a chewer, I can’t provide feedback on that type of durability … more

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