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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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The Paw Flapper is a two-part treat puzzle that encourages dogs to use their noses. Your pup must learn how to lift treat doors, as well as to rotate the toy to retrieve treats. This is an wooftastic scent test with 8 hidden treat chambers! 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. Game on!

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  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 1.9 x 9.4 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B006ZTTSOE
  • Item model number: 41008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (443 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,051 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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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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As you can tell, my girl LOVES this toy. The Paw Flapper is challenging enough that it takes her some time to get all the treats (or her dinner!) from it yet not so challenging that she'll give up. It's one she sits up and begs for when I'm pulling toys off the shelf. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006ZTTSOE/ref=cm_cr_rev_prod_title
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My dog has NEVER wanted to play with any sort of dog toy, she won't even play fetch (she's kind of a weird dog in that way). However, I do know how much she loves her treats. Our dog is 14 years old, she can not hear at all anymore her vision is going, but she is still very playful with us. My dad thought it was a silly idea for me to waste my money on this item as our dog can't even eat hard food anymore. However, I know my dog and had faith that she would love this item. We broke it out on Christmas day...put a treat in it and the dog went to town. Our dog loved it. She might be deaf, her sight might be going, we will probably even have to put her down soon, but she still has a great since of smell. My dad even said "Well, I guess you can teach old dogs new tricks". Thank you for letting me see my dog SO excited over something again!
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So our 1-1/2yr old boxer has tons of energy but little patience. He played with it for a few minutes and was able to figure out what was going on. He definitely did not like the rotating portion. Because boxers have shorter noses, he was unable to get into the little bowl area and retrieve the treat we had put in for him and the harder he tried the more the bottom portion rotated. In the end, he ended up getting frustrated (not the point of the toy), flipping it over and bullying his way to the treat. I think if his nose/snout was longer/thinner, he would have enjoyed the game more, but as he was physically limited it was more of a tease for him. If your dog is a boxer, bulldog, or other short nosed bread, I would look for something else.
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I got my dog the Paw Flapper because he's a Basset Hound mix and loves to use his nose. He's also pretty smart, so keeping him occupied can be difficult. Unfortunately, this is a super simple puzzle. The first time he played with it, it took him about ten minutes to find all the treats. The next time, it took five minutes. There really isn't anything that challenging about it. Opening the flaps takes my dog a second, and all he has to do is keep pushing his nose into the holes to rotate the top and find all the treats. He had fun, but then it's a toy full of treats, so that's a given.

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.
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By ERA on September 6, 2013
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We have a Lab/Boarder Collie mix and a miniture dachshund and they both love this item. Often we use this item to feed them just to give them something more to do. Now that they know how best to open it, it only takes them about 5 min to get all the food out of it if it is full. Still fun to watch and holds up well.
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It would seem that my dog was not the brightest puppy in her litter. This toy should have come with a complimentary dunce cap for those sad little doggies who fail this test. I bought 3 different Kygen puzzle toys, placed the most enticing goodies inside, and my dog just stared at me. I tried a few times to show her how this toy works, but the flappy paw thingies terrifed her. It was as though she thought the little paws would squash her nose the same as a rat trap might.

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...
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It took my dog less than 2 minutes to get all the treats on the first try (that was actually less time than it took me to fill it up). She sniffed it for 20 seconds, noticed it rotated slightly, looked at me for five seconds to seek permission she can get the treats (she is trained to not eat anything until given a command to do so), opened one flap, and then pushed the flap around to get all eight treats. I actually had to laugh because I opened up each of the flap and rotated it once to fill all eight chambers, which was less efficient than her tactic. Much like her kong ball (which I have learned to fill with large, odd shaped treats that don't come out when she hurls the ball to the ground), I am going to have to rig this toy (put something that doesn't allow it to rotate) so she has to modify her tactic.
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My black lab figured this out in less than a minute. Food is a great motivator for her. However the flaps come off the toy easily and were a choking hazard for a large dog. My husky, not food motivated at all, could not figure how to use his nose to open the flaps, so he took it in his mouth, turned the toy upside down, dumped the treats all over the floor and then ate them!
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