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"I can make it easier for my older dog, and tougher for my Corgi puppy, who loves treat puzzles. This is her favorite, and it stimulates and entertains her!" - Billlie, United States
Diameter : 24.5 CM / 9.6 IN
Height: 6.5 CM / 2.6 IN
Simply grab your dish soap and scrub the puzzle with a sponge under warm water.
As with all dog toys, please ensure to supervise your dog whilst they work on their puzzle.
Reduce your dog's boredom & anxiety
✅ Interactive puzzles are highly recommended by veterinarians and dog trainers to stimulate your dog mentally and physically.
Eliminate destructive behavior at home
✅Prevent boredom in your dog before it manifests into unwanted behaviours ranging from chewing furniture to unwanted barking.
Prevent indigestion, regurgitation and vomiting
✅ Puzzles are fantastic interactive slow feeders for your pup. Slow down their eating, and spice up their meal times with fun!
The Ultimate Interactive Boredom Busters
✅ Keep your dog occupied and entertained whilst you jump on your zoom call - Our pups are born with lots of energy (and cuddliness), so their excess energy must be channelled towards fun and engaging things.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this suitable for dogs of all sizes?
Yes! From German Shepards, to Corgis, to Chihuahuas. It's for dogs of all sizes.
What size food or treats can I use?
It is suitable for most size kibbles (up to 1 cup kibbles). Dried treats can also be used.
My dog gets frustrated with puzzle toys. What should I do?
It is common for most dogs to be frustrated when they are first introduced to puzzle toys. After all, they just want their treats and they don’t understand what this weird contraption of a puzzle is. To combat this, give them a few easy wins at the start by guiding and showing them with your fingers how to use the puzzle. Also - try using high value treats like, plain chicken, to get them excited. This would help build their confidence and keep their attention on the puzzle.
My dog tries to use brute force to get their treats out of the puzzle, including turning and tossing the puzzle around. What should I do?
Supervision is definitely required if your dog is prone to chewing up their toys, or uses brute force to get their treats out. The trick that works with many pups we know is to guide them as they try to unlock the puzzle initially - making sure they don't use brute force to get the treats out. If they start using brute force, take the puzzle away from them. Reinforce positive behaviours by praising them when they do the right thing, such as using their nose to push the puzzle pieces.
My dog isn’t interested in puzzle toys. What should I do?
To start with, make sure you use really high value treats. Your dog probably won’t think it is worth it if you use their standard treats/kibble that they normally get without working for it. Build their confidence and keep their attention on the puzzle by giving them a few easy wins. Also, you could introduce the puzzles when they are hungry - before meal times or after their daily walk.
What is your returns and refund policy?
We have a 30-day money back guarantee for all orders. You're 100% covered for any issues that might arise with your order. Simply contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org for a hassle-free return or refund process.