Outward Hound Dog Smart Composite Dog Toy

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Slow down your pupper’s supper in a fun and challenging way with the Outward Hound Dog Smart Composite Dog Toy. This puzzle toy for beginners creates a fun and challenging game for your doggo. Simply place the board game on the floor and encourage your amigo to seek out his favorite treats in the dispensing compartments. Created to help stimulate mental acuity, this pupper puzzle toy can help redirect extra energy in a positive way by encouraging his natural hunting instincts. It’s made from tough, BPA, PVC and phthalate-free plastic for safety, durability and long-lasting fun and games.

Key Benefits
  • Unique puzzle toy for dogs.
  • A paw-fect way to slow down speedy eaters.
  • Easy to clean by simply handwashing with soap and water.
  • Designed for durability and long-lasting physical and mental stimulation.
  • Constructed of tough, food-safe plastic free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.

No toy is indestructible. Supervise your pet when using since small parts can present a choking hazard or internal blockage. Discontinue use if the toy is damaged. Keep out of reach of children.

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  • Dimensions
    9 x 2.33 x 9 inches
  • Weight
    1.0 pounds
  • Lifestage
  • Toy Feature
    Outdoor, Training, Exercise
  • Material
    Wood, Polypropylene
Size Length Width Height
One Size 9 inches 2.33 inches 9 inches
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    This was not the toy for us

    By Review1 on Sep 5, 2020

    I have a senior JRT, and he gets very bored during the day. I thought a toy like this would light up his life and give him something to do. It took all of 1 minute for him to figure out the pieces are easy to knock over and get treats out of. For me, filling the pieces with treats was a pain, and then the cylinders roll away under the furniture once he gets into them. It's a lot of hassle, and not a lot of entertainment for either the dog, or I.

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