Advanced Puzzle Brain Action
A GREAT NEXT LEVEL FROM HIDE N' SLIDE
This advanced interactive dog puzzle game has 3 steps that your dog will need to learn in order to get to the tasty rewards: swivel the flippers, scoot the blocks, and spin the center wheel. Hidden compartments are under the flippers and under the center wheel. Available in multiple colors. Made with no removable pieces from a BPA, PVC, and phthalate-free composite material. Clean with warm water and soap.
Spin, Scoot, & Treat! is a pet parent's dream working to exercise your dog's mind and body through treat puzzle fun! Watch your dog figure out how to be a puzzle master! They need to figure out how to spin the middle to the correct opening. This toy can be filled with treats to exercise your dog’s mind, and strengthen the bond between you and your dog through interactive play.
Size: Diameter 34,5 cm, height 5 cm.
Fights boredom by keeping your dog busy – Boredom Busters
Helps reduce destructive behaviour by exercising your dog´s mind
Strengthen the bond with your dog
Fun for all dogs – regardless of age & size.
No toy is indestructible. Do not leave toys with unsupervised pets. Remove and replace toy if damaged.
I've seen this product advertised online before, and decided to buy it alongside the 10m Long Line for my dog's enrichment.
It's been a fun but challenging way to get my dogs to work for a reward, and definitely stimulating for their brains! It's hilarious and also rewarding for myself to see how they get stuck into it, and don't stop until they've retrieved every treat possible from the traps.
Gorgeous! <3 Thanks so much for sharing. Hopefully they got the 'spinning' part figured out. :)
Fantastic quality, a step up from the hide n’ slide. Keeping meal times interesting and engaging!
Awesome! We'd LOVE a video of your smart pup working that spinner in the middle. :D
Excellent puzzle feeder, the middle disc can be easily removed as starting level. Our dog first quite easily figured out how to slide the **** to reveal treats. When she mastered that, we added the disc back and had to help her a few times and show her how it works till she fully got it as it's much more challenging that way.
You can fit quite a bit of dry food in it if you want to serve big part of their meal in it or you can simply put one or two crunchies in each compartment if you want to occupy your dog for a while without overfeeding them.
That's a great idea to remove the disc! Would be lovely to see a video of her having a meal or crunchies, sounds like she is a bit of a champ on the toy nowadays! <3
PS: Looks like the review app scensored the word 'knobs' in you review! :D