|Toy Feature||Training||Training||Water Toy, Teething, Dental, Exercise, Tough Chewer, Bouncy||Training, Exercise||Exercise|
|Material||Plastic, Rubber, Thermoplastic Rubber, Polypropylene||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic, Rubber||Plastic|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers|
Melodie looks forward to scouting out the treats on this game. She will sometimes return to it making sure she got them all. One time she found one she missed and hurriedly pushed all the knobs to make all we’re empty. It slowed her down on gulping all the treats.
Quill needed a distraction (so did I ) having to let our brave boy Padu pass. He lived an extra 21 months after lymphoma diagnosis, 2 days prior to what would have been 11th birthday. All my other kitties lived 18-23 1/2 years, so this is devastating. This game helped Quill with her playful energy, sometimes pushing and receiving a treat, sometimes empty. Though she doesn't have her baby brother to chase and kiss, it helps her get through this time. Only issue, Im cutting g her treats in half, shes gained too much weight.
Puzzle games were recommended by our vet to keep Aurea interested and engaged with eating. This is her first of this type of game. It’s a good introduction for her.
I have one cat I particularly who loves puzzles with treats. The sushi slides over to add and remove treats. It would he cool if the sushi top opened as well. However, the pieces do not come out, so they won't get lost. All in all my cat loves it
Perfect for keeping them occupied and slowing down treat-eating! My dog has not yet mastered all of the knobs, so that's a plus! Keeps her busy for about 5 solid minutes til she decides she is going to eat the whole thing and I give in and show her where that last treat is!
I bought this to help with my cat’s anxiety. He loves to go outside, but now that the days are getting shorter, he gets less time to get his wiggle out. I filled it with treats (actually just his regular food plus one or two treats) and he just stared at it. After a day or so, I heard him smacking it around and digging for his snacks. It’s a great distraction in the evening when he normally gets the zoomies and wants to scratch the couch.
We introduced this puzzle to our Jackabee to stimulate her. She loves it! Wagging tail fun for her, plus she likes the snacks
I got this originally for my chonk, but he could not understand how to slide to uncover the treats. When I let one of our kittens try it out, he got 8 out of 9 uncovered on the first try! They all still continue to attempt to get treats out, even if some haven't caught on yet.
This toy is way to easy for my dog. She does like it, but I feel like it was a waste of my money. She solved it way too quick.
My dog’s tail begins to wag everytime I get this puzzle out. I could keep her busy for a long time if I fed her dinner this way