A super brain-stimulating toy
WATCH YOUR DOG FIND THE HIDDEN TREATS
The multiple award-winning Orbee-Tuff® Snoop challenges the brain in fun and stimulating ways. Snoop is translucent and squishy with a deep crevice that conceals the treasure. Filled with treats, dogs will pounce, nudge, nose, and nibble to release the hidden reward. This interactive puzzle toy offers hours of long-lasting, brain-stimulating entertainment for dogs of any size, keeps them engaged and helps promote self-play.
Just pop the neck of the Snoop out, fill with treats, pop back in and watch your dog enjoy!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TOY IS NOT INTENDED FOR OUTDOOR USE OR TO BE LEFT LAYING IN THE SUN.
Bought this for Scout after watching her play with it at puppy school, and what a great purchase it’s been! She loves her snoop and it’s so cute to watch her figure it out. This keeps her busy while eating and gives her brain a bit of a work out too :)
Yay, so great Scout loves it! We'd love a video if you fancy sharing. :)
My dog is obsessed with it! Loves getting all of his biscuits out of it. I add difficulty by shoving other toys (especially tennis balls and kongs ) into the opening so he has to figure out how to get them out first.
Nice! So great he loves it and awesome work adding a bit more challenge. :)
Great to have another food dispenser that gives Polly a mind work out while she eats.
Thanks for the review, it is a good food bowl alternative. If you haven't yet, make it harder by popping a ball in. :)
My puppy took to the ball straight away. She loves it.
I know use it for meal times so she slows down her eating and has fun doing it.
It’s great entertainment for humans as well
Yay to a fun dinner time! :) It is indeed entertaining to watch the pups with the Lil' Snoop! <3
Snoop is FUN! I've tried mine on multiple visiting dogs and it's entertaining seeing how they work out how to get the treats out. One loved rolling it over and over like a treat ball, one got into tossing and flinging it, one went straight for sticking his nose in the hole, and the most entertaining was the one who repeatedly squished/bounced it down with her nose trying to snatch the treats at the bottom. The material is nice and bouncy/soft so fun for the gentler pups too.
So long as they all succeed one way or another, go doggy! <3