Challenge your dog's problem-solving skills by hiding dog treats under locked compartments and watch as he tries to figure out how to get his reward!
Using their paws or noses, dogs can move one block after another around in a circle in different directions. There are compartments under the blocks where tasty treats can be hidden. The blocks can also be locked in place with bone-shaped pegs around the top of the game. Dogs can learn to lift these pegs in order to move the blocks and find the reward treats. It's also a perfect opportunity to teach your dog words like: wait, go ahead, go back, find it, sit etc. while you're playing together. Spending time with your dog playing Dog Twister enriches your relationship with your dog and creates a lasting bond.
Dogs have ton of fun playing with the Dog Twister dog game because they really have to use their thinking skills and get involved with the game in order to earn treats - and we all know how much dogs love their yummy dog treats! Plus, your dog will love the extra time he/she is spending with you. Nina Ottosson's Dog Twister is one of the best boredom-busting dog toys on the market.
Lots of different kinds of dog treats can be used with the Dog Twister dog puzzle - you can use pieces of kibble or break up larger dog treats to fit under the puzzle pieces. Either way, your dog will enjoy finding the treats in this one-of-a-kind dog toy!
Playing with your dog is fun, it strengthens the bond between you and your furry family member, and is sure to have everyone smiling!
Nina Ottosson's Dog Twister dog puzzle is made from safe, recycled, non-toxic plastic. The plastic is durable yet easy to clean with a damp cloth. Be sure not to let your dog chew on the Dog Twister game. Made in Sweden.
Extra fun tip: Make a meaty Ice Cream for your dog. Mix some meaty dog food with water, pour some of the mixture in the hollows, put the game in the freezer and let it set. This is perfect for hot days or when the dog needs some extra activity. Note: only under supervision.
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