Toys R Us Puzzle Treat Dispenser Dog Toy
Ok but not good for xs breeds
Our mini dachshund's mouth is too small to actually get it around the plastic cups to pick them up. Instead, we flipped them over with the cup side up so that she can pick them up with her mouth. It only took her about a minute to pick up all the cups, slide the dial over and get all the treats. It would be better if the cups had some grip on them, but I wouldn't really recommend this particular toy for small breeds. (she is 9lbs).
December 31, 2013
Easy, fun first puzzle
This is the first puzzle we bought our 11-week old puppy. She is very smart and figured it out within a minute. Now I give her daily food in it. She is excellent at the puzzle and it gives her a small challenge to get all her kibble. This is a perfect level 1, starter brain game toy for a puppy or a dog that gets too challenged by more difficult puzzles.
December 3, 2013
On first approaching the toy, it took my pit bull about 30 seconds to flip open one door, then use her snout to rotate it 360 degrees and clear out all the hidden treats. Not exactly a challenge. I chose this one rather than others where she'd have to lift out pieces because she doesn't always know the strength of her jaw, but this was just too easy.
November 27, 2013
My puppy is too smart :(
I have a 7 month old male Rottweiler/Border Collie/Shepherd/Lab mix and he is a VERY smart dog, so I thought a brain game would be excellent for him, and it was - for two minutes when he figured the ENTIRE thing out, I even tightened the spin thing to make it harder, and it just added one a extra minute to his time. If your dog is pretty smart this won't last him that long to figure out, I still use it sometimes, but it's sort of whatever for my dog. He needs something even trickier.
October 20, 2013