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Ethical Pet Interactive Seek-A-Treat Shuffle Bone Dog Toy Puzzle that will improve your dog's IQ. Specially designed for dog training treats.
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- ECO-FRIENDLY MATERIAL- This dog training toy is made of sturdy wooden construction, an eco-friendly material. It measures 12 x 8.1 x 1.1 inches.
- TRAINING TREATS- This dog fuzzle feeder requires your dog to actually think about what they are doing and whether it will get them the desired results, rather than do things mindlessly.
- IQ PUZZLE- A dog training device that provides them the mental stimulation they need to flourish, strengthen and test their skills.
- MENTALLY INTERACTIVE- Dog puzzle toys are not only for fun but they also strengthen your dog's cognitive abilities. Engage your dog mentally with this interactive toy.
- ELIMINATES BOREDOM- This puzzle toy for dogs helps prevent boredom and related negative behavior. Good for training or alone time.
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Dogs are naturally active, working animals.Even the spoiled mutts that spent their time on the floor sniffing their toes are descended from a long line of problem-solving critters who earn their meals.
A wood puzzle that provides dogs with the mental stimulation they need and also a treat reward for achievement.
The bone shaped board has ten holes for hiding treats. Six sliding disks challenge the dog to find the treats in the right holes.
These puzzles provide mental stimulation and reward your dog for being able to complete the task. Mission Possible. The Challenge: Find the Treat.
Ten little treat compartments and six sliding disks. Treats are located beneath the disks. Dog’s Mission: Find and eat the Treat, then wag.
Your stealthy agent is sure to love uncovering rewards hidden in the Seek-A-Treat Shuffle Bone Dog Puzzle. Engage your dog mentally with interactive dog toys.
Puzzle dog toys are not only fun but they also strengthen your dog's cognitive abilities. Dog puzzles such as treat dispensing toys are a fun challenge to stimulate your pet. Keeps your pet busy and eliminates boredom.
Establish in 1952, Ethical Products in New Jersey, has a strong history of offering ethical manufacturing, SAFE, innovative and quality products at great value with superb customer service.
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Caution: to ensure the safety of your pet, supervise your pet at all times during play. Do not allow your pet to play with the toy if any part of the toy comes loose or separated. This toy is intended to be used only with supervision.
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Though we believe that the company had the right idea, we do believe that the item is flawed and is a PET SAFETY HAZARD! We would not recommend this item to anyone, ever.
I'm attaching a few pictures of Xavier with the puzzle. He figured it out immediately and got a little impatient when it got empty ;-)
So far I haven't noticed any of the issues with sharp edges that a lot of other reviewers mentioned. I don't know if this was a design flaw early in production, or if they're referring to the potential to pinch a tongue against the edge as the circular covers move... I suppose that's a possibility. I'll update if I see any issues like that with Xavier.
If your dog is a drool monster like Xavier can be when food is involved, make sure to have paper towels handy and be prepared to clean the puzzle when you're finished playing.
We got a German Shepherd puppy last weekend. Here is a video of her playing with this puzzle at 7.5 weeks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jC9YVrdqPY She turned 8 weeks old today and has enjoyed the puzzle twice so far, getting every treat both times. We love watching her learn with it.
New photo added. All three dogs waiting patiently for their puzzles to be refilled. It's been seven months now - no accidents, no issues with pinching, and they haven't torn them to pieces because I take them away after we're finished with supervised play.