|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
My <5 months puppy completes this puzzle with treats in all compartments in less than 5 minutes. I expect "intermediate" to be more difficult. I don't use this often since it almost takes more time to set up and clean than for my puppy to complete it.
This puzzle is great - It has multiple levels of difficulty in one puzzle! One of our dogs got stumped on the door levers, so we let our other dog try it. No problem - He stomped on the level and broke it off the post! I was able to put it back on (Luckily, the base comes apart!) but we'll be sure to only give him the absolute strongest puzzle next time.
It’s an easy toy. I have a Poodle-chihuahua and a Jack Russell. They are familiar with puzzles so it wasn’t a challenge for them but the little flip lever gave them something different to do. The only downside is it’s really not a challenge and they quickly got bored.
I bought a puzzle toy from Chewy before, and my dog loved it. This one is much smaller, and while the levers are a little bit more challenging, the rest of the puzzle doesn't challenge him. This toy would be great for a smaller breed, though. I wouldn't recommend it for a large breed.
Pulled it out of the box and the flap fell right off. My husky figured the rest out right away. I would say medium difficulty. Very disappointed with the quality.
I love this toy so much, especially when mom fills it with bacon. I learned it pretty quickly, so mom has gotten me another one that's more challenging. But I still like this one for playtime. Plus, it really is indestructible.
We had high hopes however the voice is not recognized between one and the other. We tried several people to try to get it to work. So you have to be standing right over the button to see what he pushed to know what he wants and once you go to the buttons he stops pushing because he thinks we know. The batteries also run out every couple of days. So we aren't able to use it at all.
My Chi. Loves to do games. I only gave it 4 stars because the towers are so slick it’s hard for his little mouth to get ahold of them to pick them off but does mange to get the job done. He’s to smart and does this one so fast now it’s not much of a challenge for him so I’m looking for the hardest ones to buy now so it will take him more time to finish.
This puzzle toy is a great way to make my dog earn his treats. Unfortunately it's pretty small so it doesn't hold that many treats for a small/ medium dog
Minus 1 star for clean up of crevices. My dog can already solve sliding board toys pretty quickly by flipping over the board. This variety board piqued his curiosity, and it retains his attention for at least 30 minutes at a time. He hasn't figured out the lever and his attempts at flipping over the board don't completely "solve" the puzzle. I use Nutro Mini bites and they fit well. He's 8 years old and has never been a fan of traditional toys, so puzzles are great mental stimulation.