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Outward Hound MultiPuzzle Dog Game, Blue
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- Advanced treat-hiding puzzle game for dogs
- Rotating center wheel and sliding tiles on outer portion of tray to conceal treats in compartments
- Features a total of 28 hidden treat cavities
- Can be frozen to make frozen treats
- Can be used as a slow-feeder or training game
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- Product Dimensions : 38.1 x 38.1 x 4.32 cm; 907.18 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 April 2020
- Manufacturer : Outward Hound
- ASIN : B087DNTV2V
- Item Model Number : 69663
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,892 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Outward Hound MultiPuzzle level 4 dog game will keep your dog entertained for hours as they use their natural hunting skills to seek out the hidden treats. Your pups' favorite treats can be easily hidden in either the outer or central compartments by sliding the puzzle pieces. This puzzle is ideal for dogs who have already mastered levels 1-3 of the Nina Ottosson puzzle line. Made from tough non-removable plastic parts and food-safe materials that are BPA, PVC and phthalate-free. Hand wash with soap and water to clean.
For supervised use only.
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By Nina on 28 January 2021
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It’s quite big, about a foot square but only about an inch deep. You can fill individual compartments that have sliding tiles so the dog has to push them around to reach them. My dog found this quite easy, but still fun.
There is also a secondary central rotating treat puzzle. This is more complex. Each compartment has a sliding cover, the dog has to open it, eat the treat, then close it again to be able to rotate the central disc. Takes a bit of figuring out but I think this is a really good toy as he’s really had to think, which has been fabulous to observe.
Whilst the size is quite big, it does mean that the dog can’t pick it up and run off or start chewing it if they get frustrated trying to figure it out.
I think it’s brilliant and I love giving him something to think about. I’ve only used dry food, I think it would be quite tricky to wash and dry if you used wet food/peanut butter etc.
You'll find attached a video of the first time we ever showed her this toy. (Sound removed as to not hear our baby talk to her xD)
At first you may need to help show them a little bit just like any training but they will soon learn whats needed to get the treats!
This is our Maya and she is about 8 months old here. It used to take her about half an hour to complete the full puzzle but she's a japanese spitz and they're really intelligent so now she can complete the whole thing in about 4 minuets so depending on your dog breed this may not be able to occupy them for hours on end.
I will say though it is great stimulation for them, its fun, its also a good way to feed them their dry food slowly and in a creative way.
If you dont want them to learn it too fast I would not get it out too often. We used it everyday so thats why they can complete is so 1fast.
The actual product is gorgeous, very sturdy, our puppies often claw at it constantly, bite and nuzzle to get the treats and it doesn't have any damage so very very pleased!!