My adult dog was excited to play with this puzzle and we enjoyed watching her. It seems well put together. Unfortunately, she solved it in less than 4 minutes the first time, and is getting faster, so it doesn't entertain her as long as we'd like. That having been said, we are very likely to buy "harder" puzzles from the same manufacturer, if they have them.
It took my 7-month-old pup a few minutes to figure this out. It was easy for him to bang on it and have the food come out. Worst of all, those two "tower" pieces just loosely sit and cover the treats. My pup would grab them and run away and chew on them until I could get them away from him.......dangerous! Money wasted!! He does better with a plastic container turned upside down with treats under that!
This activity board was super cute while it lasted. It took my puppy almost an hour to figure out initially - partly because he was too distracted trying to chew up the removable cones on it. After he got all the treats out, he went back to chewing on it. If you know your dog is a chewer, I would not recommend giving this toy unsupervised. I eventually threw out the removable cones which could be a choking hazard, but now that my dog is also chewing up the doors, it's time to throw it out.
I love the different activities that dogs have to do to get their treats. I already have one puzzle toy that my puppy figured out in about a week. It's bigger but has fewer activities on the board. It only took two times for my 11-month-old Golden Retriever to figure this one out! Even though it is a little easier, and it is smaller, she still loves it!
O.K. you smarty pants border collies....go ahead and laugh. I can't figure out how to get the 2 blue cylinders out of the sockets to get the kibbles underneath!! I can smell them through the little hole, but can't claw them over or figure out how to pick them up with my teeth. That's my breakfast under there... the slides give me no problem at all. Add this one to our neighborhood library of rotating treat toys...SOON!!!!
My dog has been confined by weather and arthritis . I got this to amuse her Parts of the puzzle are smarter than she is and parts are easy-peasy. She and the cats compete for the treats. They can intimidate her away, but they haven't figured out some of the box.
It took my dog about 30 secs to figure out all the openings and chew off the levers. She is a 30lbs rescue who has lived with us less than 2 weeks and is learning what dog toys are.
This is the only puzzle that has kept my French Bulldog occupied for more than 5 minutes.
This puzzle is harder for my pups to figure out. The flip doors are really good. They still haven't figure out the 2 blocks that have to pull off the board. It's sturdy and pet tough.
Unhappy with product, my boxer broke little handle off right away. At the time only 4 months old. I thought it would hold up better