WestPaw Qwizl


19 reviews

A Puppy Class favourite


Qwizl is a super tough treat toy that's brilliantly designed to extend the life of expensive dog treats while keeping dogs busy. This interactive treat-dispensing toy stimulates minds and satisfies taste buds. Side openings release scent and taste while the continuous interior hole allows treats to extend out. Flexible ridges grip multiple sizes of treats. West Paw Qwizl is fun to toss, catch, and chew even when the treats are gone!

Puzzle toy helps stimulate dogs’ brains to support healthy growth.

  • Extends life of spendy treats
  • Easy for dogs to hold in place with paws 
  • Pairs well with chews, treats and spreads
  • Safe, durable, freezer- and dishwasher safe
  • Made with zero-waste and recyclable Zogoflex material in the US
  • Covered by our One-Time Replacement Guarantee

S: 14cm, L: 17cm

Tips & Tricks:

  • Large Qwizl extends the life of Bull Pizzle Sticks (their width can vary and sometimes not fit) and other chews like Meaty Tendons and more. Small Qwizl extends the life of Steer Pizzles, Golden Tendons, Venison Straps and thinner chews.
  • Treat leftovers can sometimes get stuck in Qwizl (sad face). Soak in soapy water and remove with pliers, clean with a bottle brush to get out any leftover bits!
  • To keep your dog motivated, change up the challenge with West Paw’s other puzzle-treat toys – Toppl, Tux and Rumbl

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Bronwyn B.
Ruby loves her qwizl

I obviously jammed the tendon chew in too hard the first time and she literally gave up apparently. I wasn’t there to see it as my husband was on pup patrol that time but she enjoyed the yoghurt I had smeared in & around the chew, then had frozen the lot.
She’s just spent 30 minutes enjoying it filled with cooked mashed pumpkin mixed with a bit of kibble and frozen. That was after her first walk in the big wide world, 10 days post final puppy vax. So she is now happily curled up and very much asleep. ☺️ It was the perfect thing to have on the clip station.
Will try the tendon again sometime soon as she also loves those and it will be good to extend their life a bit!

Does your dog scoff?

I got this to try and slow my scoffer down. He scoff chews and will sometimes choke on them, attempting to swallow without chewing properly. It nearly works for him, with tendons in but he has managed to get some out after a while and scoff the last bit down. So it isn’t the solution but it’s close! He can still use it I just have to keep a very close eye on him. He has also managed to split the quizl within the first week so I may use the once replaced policy which kiwi canine so helpfully have.

Sounds like you want to check out our Chew Screw or Chew Grip, have a look. And yes, absolutely make use of the replacement guarantee, just flick me an email. :)

Love it!

The Qwizl has been a favourite right from the first day we used it. I really like how quick and easy it is to fill with a treat when I am rushing to get out the door. Our dog Koda, is kept busy for a long time working on getting to his treat. It is durable and still looks new after 4 months of heavy use.

Yay, so glad it was a great pick for Koda. Thanks for sharing! <3

The one thing every new puppy owner needs!

This has been my favourite purchase by far. Combined with one of the delicious chews from Kiwi Canine, it keeps my 12 week puppy occupied so that I can get on to doing other things. And when he is a bit over-tired and hyper, chewing on this calms him right down. I started off the Venison Straps in the small Qwizl, but found he could pull them out quite quickly, so started putting two straps together and that takes him longer to get out. Sometimes he needs a bit of help from me to nudge them out a bit. I asked Lisa for some other suggestions on chews that would go with the small Qwizl, so now he has a selection to choose from! At the moment he is loving the golden tendons.

Agreed, because it's so multifunctional it's the perfect all round dog toy for starters. :)
Love that you find all sorts of different ways to keep puppy occupied and promote calmness. Go you!

Janine Moore

This is well constructed and I can see will stand the test of time. Dolly loved it to start with but now if she can't get the treat out after a few mins she gives up! Maybe I have a lazy dog lol. Will look to change up the treat to a bully stick soon and hope that revitalises her interest in it.

It's great to know it's going to last. I would go back and make it a bit easier with spreads and smaller treats and sticks that she can get out easily, so she starts to really get into the toy and then you can make it harder in very small steps, so she doesn't lose interest in the process. :)