|Material||Plastic||Plastic, Polypropylene||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys|
This activity is a great item. Winnie was able to get through it the first time under three minutes. She’s too smart for her own britches. I’m hoping there is higher level activity challenges. I’m still trying to find one that keeps her busy She gets bored with them. She has three activity centers, and I lay them all out to get a little break from her, I don’t get over five minutes ever. She’s a little toddler with four legs.
This was supposed to be harder, but my dog just spins and gets treats right away. Some levels have different configurations. This doesn't seem to make a difference. Also, the lighter blue cylinders get scattered quite quick;y. It's made well, but I wish there were hints on how to make it harder or easier.
Our dogs absolutely love this puzzle it’s their favorite one. They still haven’t mastered it, there is so many moving pieces. Which is great. I want them to spend time thinking of how to get the treats.
My 8 m/o chihuahua is whip smart and loves all kinds of puzzle games. I found other brands to be too easy for him, so I was cautiously optimistic when I bought it. He stays engaged and has a great time. If you want to make it more engaging, try filling the blue pieces with PB or use larger plastic cups for your pet to knock over.
I have 3 chihuahua-mix fur kids ( 5lbs, 13lbs, 17lbs) & they are couch potatos, so I've tried a couple of puzzles before, but when we moved to the harder steps, they weren't strong enough to flip locks or turn things & gave up quickly. This puzzle is GREAT! I did one level at a time as instructed & one of them has already got it figured out! A second one got interested & managed a good start; number 3 is still a big ol sweet potato watching from the couch! Looking forward to watching them move to more steps!
Tucker loves this new food game! However, he popped the center cap off within minutes and took it under the table to hide and chew on it. He's big enough that it could have been a choking hazard. Fortunately, we were able to trade it for a frozen strawberry but will have to keep that cap off when we pull this out for his meals.
My 60lb, 8 mo old labradoodle enjoyed the toy but he ripped off the knobs and also the layers the first time he used it. I’ve found that I have to take three toy as soon as he’s found all the treats because he gets frustrated and then destructive once he realizes there is no more. I’d prefer a toy that didn’t need to be removed so quickly. Something more durable.
Bought this for my cat and it's fantastic! Because you can switch and/or remove layers, it's easier to keep the puzzle fresh for him. If your pet likes to be rough with puzzles, this may not be the one for you, though. The cap in the middle to hold the layers in place is very easy to remove, so it may not hold up to roughhousing. Perfect puzzle for cats!
My dog solved the puzzle almost instantly, so it wasn't much fun for her, but then again, she's an expert puzzle solver. For a less experienced dog, it could be fun. However, all those plugs are not attached to the puzzle in any way. So after the dog finishes with the puzzle, you have to find all those pieces. Plus, it's finicky for the human to fill it each time, since you have to put a few treats or pieces of kibble into each of 12 slots.
When looking for complicated puzzle toys, this one wasn't my first choice because its not as pretty or fun looking as some others. Well my dog loves this thing and it's the first puzzle to slow her down at meal time!