Zanies® Slide N' Seek Interactive Dog Puzzle
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Dogs will love playing with our interactive dog puzzle, featuring different shapes and spaces for hiding treats. Bright colors, unique shapes, and lots of hiding spots for treats make our puzzle a top choice for bonding between pets and owners.
- Wood; non-toxic paint
- Supervision recommended
- Suggested for small and medium dog breeds
- 11" x 9" (30 x 22.9 cm)
Slide n Seek is an interactive toy that offers a dynamic playtime experience. Here are a few different ways to play:
- Fill the sliders with a tasty treat like peanut butter or a
small biscuit. Make sure your dog sees you put the treat inside the toy.
- Place toy on the floor and encourage your dog to work to get it out.
- As your dog gets better at finding the treats, you can vary the hiding spots for a more challenging and interactive experience. Supervision is recommended.
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One of our favorites!
January 30, 2015 - My dog caught on very quickly and loves to check each of the spots to see where the treats are hidden. He did get frustrated with the winding peg though. If your dog isn't so good at problem solving, I would recommend getting the one with only the sliding compartments. I also wouldn't recommend using peanut butter like the instructions say, simply because it's wooden and the treat holders are pretty small. Overall, I love it and it's nice to spend time with your dog and see them become more and more confident as they figure it out.
January 9, 2013 - Cute idea, but within 5 minutes the knob on the green slider came off. I have a 50 lb. dog, and all he did was lick it and push it with his nose! I think my cats will enjoy it more than the dog.
December 11, 2012 - The only toy my puppy mill bichon, Joe, loves!!!
One of our favorites!