Kyjen Dog Games Paw Hide Deal with Toy

Kyjen Dog Games Paw Hide Treat Toy

Kyjen Dog Games Paw Hide Deal with Toy

  • and sound
  • All treat cups integrated (not marketed individually)
  • All games incorporate instructions and tips

Seven deal with or meals chambers will challenge your canine to every single in buy to expose its prize. This toy is perfect for educating the essentials of try to eat-on-command and issue-solving. prevent .

Kyjen Dog Games Paw Hide Deal with Toy

List : $ 14.99

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    • A
    • October 7, 2011
    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Hard Plastic, December 30, 2010
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    This review is from: Kyjen Dog Games Paw Hide Treat Toy (Misc.)

    Another great idea for a dog toy, but my medium-sized dog cracked the yellow covers in less than 5 min. The plastic shattered. She will never see those little yellow covers again. I might find a way to cover the food wells with something else, now that I’m stuck with this toy. My dog is not a chewer, and this toy did not stand up.

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    • Laura C. Elliott
    • October 7, 2011
    24 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Affordable Dog Puzzle!!!, November 8, 2010
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    Laura C. Elliott (Eagle River, Alaska) –
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    This review is from: Kyjen Dog Games Paw Hide Treat Toy (Misc.)

    I bought this puzzle to help entertain my smart and curious and food driven dogs. My “boys” love it! We play it every single day. Often to work on obedience (sit, get it, down, get it!) and just for fun administration of treats and even dinner. My golden retriever loves it, but is a chewer, so he must be supervised with it. He pulled the cups out and thought that in itself was the reward… LOL but once I simply pointed to the treat hidden in the pawprint dish, he figured it out and was a happy camper. I also bought the spinner, which is actually my favorite of the two styles. I can get my golden’s entire kibble allotment for one meal (we feed twice a day) inside it, so it slows down his feeding (so he doesn’t gulp it down and get bloat). I know that my dogs love it by the perked ears and bouncing when they see me pick one of the toys up. They also sit and wait to be “released” to start their game. Great fun! The plastic is nice too since you can disinfect it easily or wash it in the sink without worrying about warping, splitting, or cracking wood like on the expensive models of similar toys. Plus, the price has been great and I found it at my local canine speciality store too!

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