Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Smart Composite Puzzle Game Dog Toy
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About This Item
- 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 - sturdy and easy to clean.
- Features 9 cups offering plenty of space for treats.
- Place your dog’s favorite treats under each nob, 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!
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60 Customer Reviews
Not what I thought
Honest review : it may work for your dog but this is just our experience. After reading the comments and seeing that this game was supposed to be elementary I purchased it hoping it would be a good choice. The pegs are pretty thick and go deep. I don't know about big dogs but I just know for a small dog there is almost no way for them to knock it off with their paw and even biting and picking it up is not simple. We ended up having to play the game ourselves almost removing the pegs and just giving her the treats. Hoping to find a different game on chewy website that is better.
It took him a little while to figure it out, but once I showed him how to use it (basically I pretended to be the one looking for the treat) he got it right away. Doesn’t entertain him for long, but a good 10-15 minutes.
Just hard enough for 10wk pup
We started putting the last bit of our 10wk black lab’s kibble in this at the end of every meal. At first we had to show him a few to keep him interested, very fun to watch him get them by accident and then eventually clearly know what to do but not quite be able to execute it. By day 4 he is effortlessly pulling up each peg, it takes him about 3-5 minutes, but it still engages him and keeps him busy. Perfect challenge for his age. I’ll definitely be getting a level 2 puzzle next! PS You just put a kibble or 2 into the base and set the peg over it, although you can partially fill the peg and then tip it into place easily if you want to do more.
My puppy loves this puzzle toy! He gets so excited when I take it out and barks for me to fill it faster. He loves picking up/knocking over the puzzle pieces to get to the treats.
Caught on in a flash.
After the first go-round, she picked the right ones quickly. Ready for next level. Delivery from you was very fast.
There Are Better Puzzles Out There
If you're looking into a starter enrichment or puzzle toy, I'd recommend looking at a different toy. The blocks are really small and it's really tedious placing food in the trays and getting the blocks to sit firmly in their place. I ended up giving this away because it was too annoying to use (and honestly way too easy for my dog). It might work well if you have a small dog and smaller pieces of kibble/treats, but for someone with a medium-large dog, I'd get another Nina Ottosson puzzle.
Puppy LOVES this puzzle
My 4 month old puppy loves this puzzle! Perfect for some quiet play time all though she does only want to eat from the puzzle now and not her bowl.
works but dog chewed it up
I really wanted this to work, but when I left my 13 lb dog alone with he it, he was able to destroy the litte cups that are used to hide the food. Works if your dog isn’t a chewer
Dogs think pegs are the treats
Maybe my dogs are dumb, but they remove the pegs and chew on them! I have to monitor the exercise and then chase the dog who runs off with the peg! I suppose we all get exercise with the game of chase, but that’s not the goal here! LOL!
Simple and fun
While we typically use other puzzle toys as feeders, we keep this one exclusively for treats (a "dessert" toy, if you will). Pop one treat in, let your dog figure out where it's hidden, repeat. The board and pieces are sturdy and the high quality you should expect from a Nina Ottosson product.