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Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound | Maze Puzzle Toy | Level 2 Interactive Dog Game

Rosewood
(Code: RW27315)
£ 10.99
500g
Bootstrap Example


Description


Every pup is a winner with the Nina Ottosson Dog Treat Maze! Fill this treat dispensing dog game with treats, then challenge your pup to find and unlock the treats inside.

This treat dispensing dog puzzle releases treats from 2 entry points: one on each side of the saucer. Put treats or kibble in both sides of the top center hole, and watch as your dog puts it in motion to release them. Mental stimulation is just as important as physical exercise for dogs, and the Treat Maze is a great way to challenge and engage your dog in new and exciting ways.

After filling the Treat Maze, shake the saucer a little to move around the scent of the treats and to help your dog understand that tasty treats are waiting for them inside.

Fun for all. There’s no limit on age, size or breed when it comes to having fun and teaching your dog new tricks with Nina Ottosson dog games and puzzles. Simply fill with treats and enjoy!

Fill with treats or kibble in both sides of the top center hole. Let your dog smell to get excited. Show your dog how the Treat Maze bobs and flips to release reward. Dogs are smarter than you think. Sometimes we just need to teach them!

Nina Ottosson Dog Puzzle Games focus on challenging your dog’s brain. Supervise when playing, and don´t let the dog chew on the toy. Teach your dog how to use the puzzle, play and have fun together.

To wash your dog’s Dog Casino, simply remove all treats/kibble and hand wash with warm soapy water, rinse clean and dry. Fill again for more fun!

 


Size


Approximate Size: 24 x 24 x 5 (cm)



Warning


Please be sure that this toy is a safe size for your dog before buying. Always supervise your dog while they are playing with toys, and be sure to remove the toy when signs of damage start to show.