Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Treat Maze Interactive Dog Toy

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Description

Who says learning can't be fun? With the Treat Maze Interactive Dog Toy, you can stimulate your pup's brain and have a blast at the same time. This dog puzzle is a long-standing, paw-some tool for dog parents and dog trainers—it may even help beat unruly behavior and teach new skills to your furry friend. This toy packs in hours of fun, and contains no extra pieces, making clean up for this dog game a breeze. Your pup will love the reward for a job well done, and you'll love watching him put on that doggy thinking cap!

Key Benefits
  • A long-standing tool for dog parents and dog trainers, this toy may help beat unruly behavior and teach new skills.
  • Shake the saucer to release the delicious smell of treats, then pass it over to your pup so they can have their tasty fun.
  • Great for independent learning, the Treat Maze can easily be filled with treats on both sides of the saucer to exercise your dog’s mind.
  • Packs hours of fun into one interactive toy for your furry friend.
  • Comes with no extra pieces for you to clean up, making this interactive toy easy to pack up and put away.

Every dog plays differently and, since not all toys are created equal, it’s always best to keep a close watch on your pup in case things get ruff. Supervised play will help toys last longer and most importantly keep your pal safe. No dog toy is truly indestructible, so always remove the toy from playtime if pieces begin to break off.

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  • Item Number
    148605
  • Dimensions
    8.5 x 7.5 x 2.75 inches
  • Weight
    5.6 ounces
  • Brand

    Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound

  • Brand

    Outward Hound

  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Material

    Plastic

Instructions

How to Play: Fill with treats or kibble in both sides of the top center hole. Let your dog smell to get excited. Show your dog how the Treat Maze bobs and flips to release reward. Dogs are smarter than you think. Sometimes we just need to teach them!

Shake It: After filling the Treat Maze, shake the saucer a little to move around the scent of the treats and to help your dog understand that tasty treats are waiting for them inside.

Easy to Clean: To wash your dog’s Treat Maze, simply remove all treats/kibble and hand wash with warm soapy water, rinse clean and dry. Fill again for more fun!

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  • Excellent terrier toy

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    My 6 lb minpin- toy fox terrier loved this toy. She used a foot to rock and roll it until a piece of her small dog food popped out. My complaint- she learned so quickly and thoroughly that she finished lunch quickly. When it was empty, she ignored it. My yorkie-huahua, Japanese chin, beagle and large mutt ignored the toy after they were unable to get the food out. My mystery pup, an unknown terrier mix, worked it but I grew bored with filling it for her. My minpin mix was exuberant enough to keep me filling it for her meals. I've read the problems of others here and I suggest: supervise any dog playing with, this is for smaller dogs, terriers especially learn it and love it. Or My 6 lb minpin- toy fox terrier loved this toy. She used a foot to rock and roll it until a piece of her small dog food popped out. My complaint- she learned so quickly and thoroughly that she finished lunch quickly. When it was empty, she ignored it. My yorkie-huahua, Japanese chin, beagle and large mutt ignored the toy after they were unable to get the food out. My mystery pup, an unknown terrier mix, worked it but I grew bored with filling it for her. My minpin mix was exuberant enough to keep me filling it for her meals. I've read the problems of others here and I suggest: supervise any dog playing with, this is for smaller dogs, terriers especially learn it and love it. Or not :-) Not all small dogs want or learn to interact with it. Larger dogs are more apt to chew at it. My minpin did chomp down on the discharge hole and lightly caught a tooth once in a great while, easily fixed since i was watching her. When she was done i.e. she could no longer make it rattle she knew it was empty. My minpin interacted a lot with me so- as I'd given her this dog toy that contained her regular food she knew to stick with playing with and at it. She also quickly learned to jump onto my lap with her large Kong if a vanilla wafer got stuck in it too far to be worked out. My other dogs did not get into Kongs the way my min pin mix did either. Not all dogs are interested in all toys. … more

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  • Not for a Chewer

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    I really wanted to like this item, my dog’s trainer recommended it. He destroyed it by the 3rd use. He seemed frustrated at the pace the food/treats came out so he took it upon himself to chew the holes to make them bigger. He ripped the decorative rubber off and I had to take that out of his mouth and then he chewed pieces of the plastic off. I threw it away on day 3. So I would say it does work but it may not be appropriate if you have a strong chewer.

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  • Fun to watch pups figure it out, but not sure how long it will last.

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    I have a pretty food motivated pup and he has mastered a ball food dispenser. Since he wanted to food so bad he started mouthing the disk and I noticed that after only 2 uses the plastic divider where the food falls out from already has pretty deep teeth marks so I'm nervous to let him use it often. Other than that my pup was preoccupied with the toy and enjoyed the challenge.

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  • Fun For Cats Too

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    Our Korat kitty loves this toy. This was her first puzzle, given to us by a friend. She figured out how to bat it around pretty quickly and it has become her favorite puzzle toy.

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  • Frustrating Toy And Easy To Destruct

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    I got 3 of these and don't like them. The treats get trapped and even I cannot get them out! I always have to take the toy from dogs and help them release the treats. Also, my 10 lb non chew crazy dog chewed his one! I assume out of frustration. Oh well. These are a miss.

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  • He is crazy for this toy!

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    My double doodle puppy loves the puzzle. He gets excited the second I pick it up because he knows I am going to put treats in it for him.

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  • Didn't Last Long Enough!

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    I imagined something like this should last a few months or so. Lasted 10 minutes before my pup thought it'd be cooler to chew on it.

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  • My Dog Loved this.

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    My Dog Loved this Disk. Our friends dog did destroy it. But our Dog is Dachshund/Terrier.Yes you have to use small treats.

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  • Doesnt last

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    Did not hold up to my puppy chewing! Only lasted a few hours.

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