|Breed Size||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
I have a five month old Blue Heeler (ACD) and I feed him sometimes via this. It didn’t take him long to figure out how it works. He has a sensitive look on his face when he delicately touches it. Afterwards, he relaxes. He is eating dinner right now from it. It definitely helps slow an eating process. I would purchase this again if it broke and highly recommend it for someone who is thinking of buying an interactive toy. Whatever you put in does spill around a good area. But there is no mess leftover. He just finished and is laying nicely next to it.
I do wish that this had replacement parts. I love that this has 2 different lid options for different sized treats. It also stays upright really well. My dogs love it. But if you leave them unattended for too long, they can get frustrated and try to eat the tops off, and then that portion is useless. It's my fault, but replacement parts would be a good idea.
This is surprisingly stable but, unless the tubes are full they do not dispense when spun by a paw. Centrifugal forge keeps the treats IN the tube! One of my dogs got frustrated and wanted to just chew il the tubes up. The other dog just gave up.
Pili has been doing “food puzzles” (as we call it) since she was a puppy. I bought this for her 2nd birthday recently. She immediately took to it. She wouldn’t eat her kibble without “dog sauce” or chicken broth mixed with it- you can imagine at a young age it’s starting to affect her teeth and breath. This product mentally engages her so that she doesn’t care that she’s just eating plain kibble, she wants the thrill of “play” during mealtime! She loves it so much, she asks for it every meal now! (She has a word button that says “food puzzle” that she pushes for it). I couldn’t be happier and I think Pili would agree!!!
Saw this on fb and looked great. I have two small dogs. The young one was afraid of the flipping/spinning and the older one just kept waiting for me to do it. I will put away for awhile and introduce again in a month .
My pet rabbit is still getting used to using it but it works well and without any issues. It was easy to put together and even though my rabbit is a bit large I'm not worried about him being able to knock it over since its bottom heavy.
My dog was hesitant to play with it at first but has eventually figured out how it worked. There's two difficulty settings which are perfect for dogs who are either new or experienced with puzzles. I use it with some Zuke's mini and they fit perfectly in the small holes. The height is just right for my 20-lb dog so I probably would not recommend it for dogs smaller than that.
This is an ok toy but it’s not very durable it’s flimsy and tips over easy. I only put a few pieces of kibble in each one and when dog hits it with paws she can knock it over. My dogs aren’t that big either they all under 25lbs.
I recently bought several.puzzle games with this one for my 4 year old husky, Chanoni. She seemed bored, melancholy, after losing her 22 year old kitty companion. We thought spending extra interactive time with her would help her feel better. She loves her puzzle games. This one allows us to increase difficulty as she figures it out. She begs for her dinner from her puzzles.
What a great game! This took my 6 month old puppy a few tries to grasp the concept, so don't lose faith if your dog doesn't pick it up immediately. I let her learn with the larger holed cap and then quickly switched her to the caps with 3 holes. It's so cute to watch her flip over the tubes and wait for something to drop out. She does, however, get distracted or get tired often before she has gotten every single treat out. If other dogs are like this, it might be nice if there was an additional cap to close the tubes to keep any remaining treats fresh for next game :)