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
    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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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Good for awhile

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    I have a small breed dog (10 lbs). She had fun with this, but for me, it didn’t keep her entertained as long as I would have liked. Didn’t take her long to figure out to just lift it up with her mouth and shake it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My dog loves this one.

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    I just got this shipped. My dog is 17lb, maltipoo boy. I put his food in this dispenser and gave him. (His food bowl is still filled with food) But he instead chooses to play and eat out of this and he is having so much fun. He was pushing and dragging it all over the house to get food! And everytime i fill it up again, he's so excited.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    My Dog Loves This Toy. I Don’t.

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    My dog absolutely loves jumping, pawing, and rocking this toy to get it to dispense small kibble. However, I find it frustratingly difficult to load and impossible to adequately clean. Why don’t the two halves come apart for cleaning and refilling?

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    This thing is hilarious!

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    There is very little that can keep my ADD Husky 1 year old occupied for any length of time.... except this thing. He tosses this thing around like he is a cat. He thumps it over with his nose. He stomps on it. He chews on it. He plays with it. And he can keep himself occupied for 45 minutes... which is miraculous! I recommend!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not for chewers

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    I got this to entertain my large yellow lab and Bernese. After about 5 minutes of play by our Labrador it is already showing fairly significant damage. I can't leave my dogs alone with it as they may year off and consume bits of it. It was recommended for large dogs but clearly can't handle rough play.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Chewed up quickly

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    This WAS a fun toy for our dog, but unfortunately, didn't last. Doesn't withstand much chewing, and is difficult to get the treats out if they don't chew on it.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not durable at all

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    It lasted about 5 minutes for my chewer. The treats don’t come out, whoch made my dog very frustrated. I can see it being fun for smaller dogs or even cats, but definitely not for larger ones.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun toy, easy to get lost under the couch

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    Our dogs love it but they push it around to get the treats. It's constantly getting lost under the couch or the TV and I have to dig it out.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Review of chewy

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    My dog is not interested in this item, she wouldn't engage with it. Also, my sister's dog didn't want anything to do with it.

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