Outward Hound Dog Hide N Slide Dog Toy
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- Interactive puzzle toy for dogs.
- Features a fun real wood look with no removable parts.
- Created to help reduce destructive behaviors and encourage activity.
- Designed for durability and long-lasting physical and mental stimulation.
- Constructed of tough, food-safe plastic free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.
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20 Customer Reviews
I wasn't sure what to expect
This is our first puzzle toy, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I have an 8 month old cavalier king charles spaniel who was recently spayed. Our trainer suggested some enrichment activities to keep her out of trouble. Here's what I think. PROS: * It's fairly sturdy, though my pup isn't rough with it. Common sense dictates that if your dog is more destructive, you should closely supervise and take it away once all the treats are found. * Though it doesn't state so on the box, this can be set for 3 levels of difficulty. First, you can hide treats in the holes and slide the fins over to cover them. To add a layer of difficulty, slide the pegs to lock the fins in place. This will require the dog to slide the peg before they move the fin. Finally, add some treats to the bonus holes in the pegs. Those can only be found after the dog slides the peg away from the fin, then moves the fin, and finally slides the peg back and forth over the hole to drop and reveal the hidden treasure. Whew! Got that? CON: * This is a level 2 puzzle. I didn't start with a level 1 because they seemed too easy. Nonetheless, my pup quickly figured this out, even at the highest level of difficulty. She likes it, and it's still fun for her, but I was hoping to keep her engaged for more than a few minutes.
For bored puppy
My 18 week puppy would be bored and full of zoomies at 8 pm. I read where it was probably bored and physical exercises didn’t help that. This game has been a saver. He figured it out quickly but he does calm down after his working with getting the treats out.
More like level one. Too easy.
The toy is well constructed, but the puzzle much easier than other level two games. At level two, these toys typically require two different motions from the dog, like flipping open a lid and sliding a compartment to the side. This looks like it does that at first glance, but with it in front of my dog, I realized it's really all just sliding--nudging the lids to swivel open and nudging the sliding knob aside are essentially the same action. And it's also the action that is the easiest and most intuitive for the dog--simple bumping with the nose. So there's nothing "wrong" with it, per se, except that it's much easier than advertised. My dog isn't that smart and this didn't challenge her at all. However, it would work fine as a slow feeder and would probably be fun for a puppy.
Dogs had a great time!
My bassets loved it - it didn't take them that long to figure it out - I had expected it to be more difficult than it was - actually took longer for me to fill them both up (one for each dog) than it did for them to get the treats but the enjoy it every time.
Our dog loved finding the little hidden treats, at first, I was doing it wrong only using the compartment for the flippers, that's why it was so easy, then I read that there are 14 compartments, so that made it more of a challenge, but Caesar figured it out!
Well made & engaging!
Wow, my dog loves this thing! She's not super food motivated, but she loves mental stimulation, and we regularly hide kibble in her fillable toys so she took to this very quickly. She was able to figure out even the hardest level after 2 or 3 uses, but she still has a lot of fun hunting for the kibble and pushing the pieces around. It's also very sturdy and has no removable pieces, so I don't have to worry about her swallowing something she shouldn't.
Best idea ever!
I heard about these puzzles from a friend and was immediately intrigued. Purchased this one, and my dog loves it! Great way to give him treats since it keeps him busy for a while.
just what she needed!
This is our first puzzle game. She was a bit scared by the sounds, but picked it right up. I will definitely buy a more challenging puzzle next go around.
Not good for heavy chewers
Thought my dog would enjoy this but instead he chewed the knobs and pieces off of it. It only took an hour for it to be destroyed and became Christmas garbage. He’s an anxious Siberian Husky so not good for him.
Who would have thought?
I never would have guessed my dog could do puzzles! She took right to it. Figured it out with hardly any false steps. This one was great because there are actually two ways to hide the treats. Now she has to work for them, and she loves it!