- Product Dimensions: 18 x 11 x 2 inches ; 4.75 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B003F1JYCQ
- Item model number: 41026
- Average Customer Review: 45 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,270 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Nina Ottosson Dog Brick Interactive Doy Toy Puzzle for Dogs, Wood
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- Interactive, treat seeking fun
- 10 treat chambers
- Solid, eco-friendly wood construction
- Made in Sweden
- Keeps your pup engaged and entertained for hours
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Nina Ottosson Dog Brick.
By Outward Hound.
Calling all smarty pups!
Nina Ottosson’s Dog Brick treat game will provide hours of fun for your furry friend. Simply hide treats or dry food bits in the cavities under the bricks and let the dog search for the treats by moving the bricks aside. The bricks can’t be lifted out, so your pup will have to use their noggin and figure out how to slide them with their nose or paw. Make it more difficult by locking the bricks with the included big blocks and black pegs. Every dog's a winner with Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Games! Bring out the genius in your dog with our interactive, treat-seeking puzzles and exercise toys. Difficulty level 2 - Moderate. Perfect for your smarty pup.
Who is Nina Ottosson?
Since 1990, Nina's products have improved the lives of pets and pet parents all over the world. Named one of '45 People Who Changed the Dog World' by Dog Fancy Magazine, Nina Ottosson has pioneered the development of puzzle games and toys that utilize reward-based play patterns to keep pets stimulated.
It's Fun. It Feeds. It's a challenge your dog needs.
All dogs are natural problem solvers, but they just don't get enough chances to flex their mind muscles. And that's a shame because - for our dogs - just 10 minutes of mental activity is equal to 30 minutes of physical activity.
Now part of the Outward Hound family, Nina will continue to develop puzzle games and toys that exercise your pet's body and mind, reduce boredom, and help to curb destructive behavior. Get your game on!
Calling all smarty pups! Nina Ottosson’s Dog Brick treat game will provide hours of fun for your furry friend. Simply hide treats or dry food bits in the cavities under the bricks and let the dog search for the treats by moving the bricks aside. The bricks can’t be lifted out, so your pup will have to use their noggin and figure out how to slide them with their nose or paw. Make it more difficult by locking the bricks with the included big blocks and black pegs. Every dog's a winner with Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Games! Bring out the genius in your dog with our interactive, treat-seeking puzzles and exercise toys. Difficulty level 2 - Moderate. Perfect for your smarty pup.
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the toy itself seems sturdy. my dog was mouthing at the blocks last night, and i didn't see any bite marks on it. i am also loving that this is a wooden product, as opposed to plastic. weight wise, it's very heavy, which i also see as a plus.
There are two small issues that made me give the product a 4-star review instead of a 5-star review: First, clever dogs will master the puzzle pretty quickly. The first couple of times my poodle played with the Brick he wasted a lot of time and energy trying to get at the treats, but now he's very precise and deliberate in his actions and finishes the puzzle quickly and quietly. It's still a fun way to occupy his mind for a couple of minutes, but it's not going to keep a dog busy for even 10 or 15 minutes once they get the gist of it. Secondly, the smooth wooden bottom slides around very easily on just about any surface, which can be a problem when the dog is playing with it. I solved this issue with an inexpensive set of rubber pads (the sort of thing you'd find at the hardware store for putting on the bottom of certain furniture), which keep the Brick stationary while my dog is working on it.
Overall I'm pleased with the product. The quality is very good, my dog enjoys it, and it greatly amuses house guests.
My dog interacted with it right away, but instead of being excited about finding the food, she found it frustrating and tended to scratch at it rather aggressively. She even took to biting it... which would have been worse if it were made of plastic. She caught on quickly how to slide the blocks for food, but would get frustrated and paw at the thing like crazy when there was nothing. I'm not sure she enjoyed it. The third time I took the game out to play with her, she got her paw caught on one of the edges (which hurt her paw)and refused to go near the game again. I tried days later to engage by putting turkey meat on top of it---but she wouldn't even come over to eat the food. Game over I guess! Overall, I thought the price was too high for the quality regardless if my dog liked it or not.
The product is very poorly constructed. This led to poor functionality of the puzzle sliding pieces as well as potential danger to my dog if he is able to ingest pieces!