Outward Hound Puppy Tornado Dog ToyBy Outward Hound
About This Item
- Spinning puzzle toy for dogs—maybe not for beginners!
- Makes feeding fun and challenging.
- 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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18 Customer Reviews
Our dog is entertained for a long time with this puzzle! Depending on # treats hidden, it can be 10 or 30 minutes. Very good occupation. The white plastic bones are not bite-resistant, so those are pulled away early.
Non-skid my butt
I have a 8 month old Aussie, he figured this out in like 10 minutes. It keeps him busy for about 2 about a 3 weeks worth of use. Most of those 2 minutes is him pushing it to all the corners of the house. I started putting it on top my cats old silicone feeding mat to keep it still for him. He pulls one group of treats out, takes them to his bed, crunches them and then goes back for more and repeats until it's empty.
Waste of my money
Very disappointed in this product. Dog figured it out too easy without the white bone inserts. When I put those in she just chewed them up.
Easy and Fun
My little puppy is really enjoying this. I have been putting peanut butter and snacks in the different spots and she has to take time to find them. She enjoys it and it keeps her entertained for a bit. Easy to clean as well!
Lots of fun
He figured it out fairly quickly. Had a little challenge when I added the bones on top. He loved sniffing out his food.
Doggie Minds Work Better than the Product Designers!
Puppies and their families beware. During her quiet time, a thirty minute period, my 6#, 5 month old Yorkie, was able to remove all of the six, supposed non-skid feet from the product. Good thing we were startled by her tossing "black" objects about the room. She could have easily and tragically ingested any one of them. Beware of this product unless you absolutely watch the pet. Yes, she figured out the product's goal of engaging her mind and a path to the hidden treats and, yes, that feat was impressive. However, once that "trick" was learned, she proceeded to explore the other side of the product where the black feet were discovered as contrasting colors from the overall color of the product. Guess she thought the feet were treats?
Fun for both dog & bunny!
Not only was this fun for my dog, puppy, and bunny, but it also is the most adorable salmon pink/orange color! Love it and I love that I can wash it and all of the pieces in the dishwasher.
Not for "Skill Level Intermediate" as shown. Might work for an 8-week old pup?
This puppy puzzle didn't have my 6 month old pup working his brain for more than a few seconds. After that it turned into a chew toy and a very poor one at that. Pieces that are a little larger than bite size and could be caught in his throat. I have many puzzles and chew toys from other manufacturers and this one has been my least favorite by far.
Tornado dog toy
This unfortunately did not keep my pointer/pit mix puppy occupied for very long. She found all the treats and moved on in no time at all. Great idea though
excellent for meal time!
Our pup was quick to learn how to use the toy and enjoys “hunting” for her meals with it! Definitely recommend for young puppies who enjoy mental stimulation. We’re lucky our pup isn’t a super chewer - she hasn’t destroyed a single toy, so, keep that in mind when buying! She tried to chew on it when she first used it but we used clicker training to reward any nose and paw work that moved the puzzle around. She doesn’t chew on it at all now.