Dog Tornado Treat Dispensing Dog Toy Brain and Exercise Game for Dogs by Nina Ottosson
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- A SMART CHOICE: When it comes to training and teaching dogs, dog games and puzzles are a great way to engage and entertain your pup while they learn new skills.
- NEW & IMPROVED: A favorite for dog parents and dog trainers alike, this popular treat feeding dog game contains uneven bone puzzle pieces that work to challenge or assist your dog in releasing treats making it great for an easy introduction to dog games.
- MAKE FEEDING FUN: With 12 treat compartments in this dog game, The Treat Tornado is fun choice for mealtime as it holds your dog’s favorite dry kibble.
- JUST KEEP SPINNING: Each level of the Nina Ottosson Dog Tornado spins as your dog searches for treats. The constant action and spinning movement keeps your dog engaged and presents them with a fun and challenging way to play.
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From the manufacturer
Dogs are smarter than you think. Sometimes we just need to teach them! Leave some compartments uncovered and show your dog how it spins. Use really tasty treats that your dog can smell - cheese, soft training treats, or peanut butter work well! To get the most out of your Nina Ottosson Games, extra tips and tricks are included in the box.
Who is Nina Ottosson?
Since 1990, Nina's award-winning 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! Nina Ottosson Treat Puzzle Games fight boredom, help reduce destructive behaviors & exercise your dog’s mind. It’s hide & seek with treats, and dogs love it.
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The toy comes pre-assembled so you just take it out of the box & it's ready to use. It includes 3 white bone shaped pieces that you can put in the compartments to make it a little more difficult for your dog to find the treat. When you have the white pieces in the compartment, you cannot spin the top at all, so really you can only use 2 of them at a time. If the pieces were slightly smaller & fit flush with the compartment, then the dog would still be able to spin the top. You can use it with or without the extra white bones. I use food kernels & place 1-2 pieces in each compartment. Occasionally, I will put a treat or 2 in the compartments. I like using their food rather than treats so they are not overdoing it with the treats or getting any stomach upset because of it.
It only takes a few minutes for dogs to find all 12 compartments. It will depend on your dog though. My 1 dog speed races thru it to get what she can in record time. My other dog takes her time & goes to each one, one at a time. Exercise is important for your dogs, both physical & mental, & this toy is great for mental stimulation because it rewards them for interacting.
- any sized dog
- dogs of all ages
- cats may also enjoy
Note: Do not leave dog unattended with it. Hazard if chewed.
This was probably the most challenging for them of the three we've tried, as they have to both flip off the bone coverings and THEN twist the bone top, and then further turn the next layer. It took one about 15 minutes to complete and the other maybe 20 on the first try for each. They stayed interested the whole time, but I am wondering how much novelty repeated uses will deliver. We used regular, small training treats, so nothing too high calorie or terribly tasty; apparently it just being edible was more than enough though. Given our previous treat puzzle experience,I didn't bother with any of the intermediate steps and went straight to the maximum difficulty, which they did both figure out, whether by cleverness or simple brute force in some cases, I can't be sure.
Not bad, and kind of fun to do with them -- our kids loved setting it up and watching them complete it -- but nothing I'd consider an essential dog parent must-have either. Even though this seemed the toughest of the bunch for my dogs, I still have my doubts that it would entertain and engage them if we weren't there to cheer on/watch and occasionally flip back over so they could keep going. I'm afraid they'd just tear up the plastic or break the whole thing if they got frustrated enough.