OurPets Sushi Treat Dispensing Puzzle Dog & Cat ToyBy OurPets
About This Item
- Great way to promote your pet’s cognitive abilities while keeping her busy and entertained.
- Can help encourage your pet to eat more, or help stop him from gobbling down food too quickly.
- Perfect for easy bonding and fun with your pet companion.
- Hand washable with mild soap and water.
- Made from high quality, sturdy materials that help this toy stand up to your pet’s ruff-housing. Make sure to supervise your pet during use.
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|Material||Polypropylene, Thermoplastic Rubber||Polypropylene, Thermoplastic Rubber||Plastic, Rope||Plastic||Polypropylene|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers, Ropes & Tug Toys||Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles|
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177 Customer Reviews
Cats can't get the treats out of the holes
This is cute, but it was a complete waste since it doesn't work for either of my cats. The holes are too deep for them to get the treats out once they've uncovered them by sliding the sushi pieces. The hole is too small around for them to reach down and bite the treat, so they try to bat it out with their paws. Because of how deep the holes are though, they can't. My cat will usually play with it for a few minutes, trying to bat the treats out, maybe get 1 treat out of 9 after a while, and then give up and lose interest. I wish it was designed better.
Adorable and Durable so far
This toy was my first purchase and my Olde English Bulldogge's introduction to puzzle toys. When I first introduced him to it, he didn't quite know what to do, and just tipped it over to get the kibble pieces out quickly haha. After that first time, he figured out what to do, and seems to enjoy moving the pieces to get the hidden treats. It was durable enough to survive his initial "tantrum" of running around with it in his mouth and shaking it, there's no evidence it ever happened. I will definitely be looking into more challenging puzzle toys in the near future.
Cool toy pets can get excited for!
I waited a while to review this till I saw how my cat reacted to it after she had time to learn it. It took her a while to catch on to it but now that she knows what it is she gets excited when I fill it up and she's learned to get all the treats out. I'll fill it up once a day and she'll snack through out the day.
Games tor beginners
I adopted a 12 year old who apparently never had the opportunity to play. I thought a game like this would entice her to do something other than sit and look out the window or sleep. It works great with treats, but not her kibble! She often needs to be prompted that there is more than one treat hidden, but seems to enjoy the game. It is simple, but well made and easily washable. Not for pets who play with other games or enjoy hunting for hidden surprises
A good entry level puzzle to teach the nose bump
This was her first puzzle, and she got the hang of it pretty quick. It works as expected and seems durable. The pieces stay in place, so no concern of losing them or her choking. I gave it 4 stars because of the price and that she’ll probably only use it a handful of times before upgrading to more difficult puzzles.
Didn't take long at all
5-month old mini schnauzer puppy got to all the treats in less than 10 minutes. 3-month old giant schnoodle puppy got to all the treats in less than 8 minutes. Schnoodle probably due more to size than figuring it out, but still disappointed it didn't take longer. The sushi bits slide really easily so even just knocking the entire thing around will open them. Not worth $15.
So much fun!
I got this for my great pyrenees mix for her 3rd birthday this year. I really wasn't expecting her to enjoy the concept but I thought it was cute so I took the chance. All 3 of my dogs love it! It's a very good interactive toy to begin teaching them with and they all have a blast pushing the little pieces around. Everytime I put it on the floor they get so excited! Definitely would recommend this toy =D
One of our favorites!
Everyone can't wait for sushi at our house!! This is definitely one of the favorite enrichment toys in our house. Usually keeps our scarfer from eating up the dry food too fast and puking. We've been using it for about 6 months and it has held up very well. Occasionally small pieces get stuck in the sides but they have figured out how to get them loose and eat them even too!
It was really quick :(
You should not buy this toy. It took our Eskimo only 2 minutes to find all of the treats so you only get a short time to focus on your work. It was good because she found them all so it is not impossible. The dog liked that part. Our small dog probably would not be able to break it. Not sure about a big dog.
Love this interactive dog puzzle. I like that the moving parts don’t come off of the puzzle which would be a choking hazard. It’s plastic so easy to clean, some other puzzles are made from a wood composite so it will get soggy once your dog starts slobbering on it looking for tasty treats!