Outward Hound Kyjen 41008 Paw Flapper Treat Toy Dog Toys Scent Puzzle Training Toy, Large, Orange/Green
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- Keeps your pup playing longer
- 8 treat chambers
- Multiple scent guides
- Adjustable difficulty knob on bottom
- BPA, PVC, & phthalate free
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Four Paws and eight Chambers of Treat-Seeking Fun!
Encourages Dogs to Use Their Noses!
The Paw Flapper is a two-part treat puzzle that encourages dogs to use their noses. Pups must learn how to lift treat doors, as well as to rotate the toy to retrieve treats. This is an wooftastic scent test with eight hidden treat chambers. The Paw Flapper is a difficulty level 3, making it perfect for your dog genius.
Interactive, Treat-Seeking Doggy Fun!
The Paw Flapper keeps pups playing longer with its four treat-hiding flaps, eight treat chambers, and multiple scent guides. But once your pup gets the hang of it, adjust the difficulty knob on the bottom!
Food-Safe and Easy to Clean!
The Paw Flapper is made with durable food-safe plastic that is BPA, PVC, and phthalate free. Plus, it's dishwasher safe so clean up is a breeze!
Every dog's a winner with Outward Hound Games! Bring out the genius in your dog with our interactive, treat-seeking puzzles and exercise toys.
Our dog game difficulty levels explained
Level 1 difficulty - Perfect for your pup scout
Our Level 1 dog games are the 'easiest' of the pack. They’re best suited to dogs that are naturally curious and love sniffing for treats, as well as dogs that are new to playing dog games. Think of these games as having 'one step' solutions. For example, your pup might have to simply spin a top or nuzzle a ball to retrieve the hidden treats. These games also feature play patterns that are natural or intuitive for dogs to engage in, meaning they’re likely to figure out the game without much additional guidance.
Level 2 difficulty - Perfect for your smarty pup
If you think you’re pup is ready for a new play pattern, step up to our Level 2 dog games! These puzzles are perfect for dogs that are ready to rack their brains with a new play pattern. Level 2 games typically require slightly more skill to solve. They can involve picking up cups, lifting flaps, paw pressing on levers and tipping or sliding actions. These games may also require some demonstration from you for your dog to understand the play pattern.
Level 3 difficulty - For dog the genius
Is your dog genius level smart? Has your pup mastered our Level 1 and Level 2 games? Then our Level 3 games will be perfect your little Arfistotle. Think of these games as having 'two step' solutions. This means your pup will have to complete two distinct play actions to fully solve the puzzle.
Whatever your pup’s skill level, these toys are great for providing mental stimulation indoors while also offering a healthy, slow-feeding solution. So go ahead and get your game on!
Dog products should be durable, engaging and fun.
Outward Hound was founded to improve the lives of pet parents with meaningful innovations that Raise The Woof! A lofty goal? Sure. But that’s why we’ve built a team of dog-loving designers and product experts.
We believe that good products should do more than satisfy a need: they should make life with your dog healthier, happier and more fun! They should inspire you to try new things and empower you to discover new possibilities with your furry friend.
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This item: Outward Hound Kyjen 41008 Paw Flapper Treat Toy Dog Toys Scent Puzzle Training Toy, Large, Orange/Green
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|Color||Paw Flapper||Pink/yellow||Green/yellow||Treat Triad|
|Dimensions||9.45 inches x 9.45 inches x 1.89 inches||12.5 inches x 2.5 inches x 10.25 inches||12 inches x 3 inches x 10.5 inches||10.04 inches x 9.06 inches x 5.12 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.01 pounds||1.1 pounds||1.5 pounds||1 pounds|
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The puzzle does seem to be well made though, so it's not a bad product. It just isn't challenging enough. I'll be returning it and trying one of the other puzzles.
I'm sorry to say that I wasted my money on these toys. That said, the problem is most likey my dogs deficiency in brain cells. The toy itself is nice. I would play with it if I were a dog, but I'm not...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought these before they jacked the price up, and they work great as "three card Monty" toys for my scent-detection dog. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mad Hen
Sure, you can load this up with treats for your dog to "hunt" for, but it's more frustrating than anything else. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Katherine Berry
The top spins around and at firts i didnt tbink i would like it but it makes my dog chase the treat morePublished 8 days ago by Kelsey
a little too easy for my 2 guys, but I fill it with different treats and it keeps them occupied for a while when I leave for a short time.Published 13 days ago by P. Asche
This is a good product and I can't believe how cheap it was! As far as "puzzles" go, it is really not the most complicated thing for your dog to figure out. Read morePublished 18 days ago by J. Williams
I didn't expect much for the price but I am pleasantly surprised, I got this for my 6 month pointer/pit mix to feed her dinner in. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have a puppy Belgian Malinois and a one year old black lab. Took the lab a little bit to understand the flaps but my Belgian baby loved it from the beginning. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Maggie
My dog figured it quickly but he is still fun to watch him playPublished 23 days ago by Constance Griffin