Kokoba Dog Treat Puzzle Toy
Kokoba Dog Treat Puzzle toy is a great solution to entertain your dog for hours and reward them as they play.
How it works
Whenever you decide to take your dog to the park and play or just want to stay inside, this treat toy helps you to entertain your dog. Simply pull out the drawers, fill them with dry food or small treats, and close. In the first locked position, the small treats can fall through the big openings, and in the second locked position they can’t fall through the small openings. Your dog will then be able to smell the treats but nothing will fall out – so he or she has to discover that pulling the rope will open the drawer to release the rewards.
- great way for your dog to exercise and play
- useful toy for training
- hour-long entertainment
- toy dimensions: D6.5 x W6.5 x H29.5 cm
This Kokoba Puzzle Toy is suitable with all sizes and shapes of dry dog food and can be used to tackle the risks of obesity, boredom or behavioural problems.
Product reviews are filtered by language.
The following reviews are available in English.
Great activity toyI filled the drawers with small pieces of chicken & sausage Millies favourites, she played with it straight away & had soon emptied it so refilled with slightly bigger pieces so that they wouldn't fall through the bones so quickly; she happily played for around 30-minutes until she gave up trying to retrieve the biggest pieces in the drawer. Millie hasn't got the hang of pulling the ropes to open the drawers yet, not sure if she will get round to that with time but they are stiff for me to open so a little terrier might struggle. Despite that she has great fun with it & it's a great way to give treats & exercise at the same time
New favourite!Filled in the dispenser using the bigger gaps. First reaction : Looking at me with this "what he heck am I supposed to do with that?"-expression. 5 minutes later dog deeply engaged in rolling the dispenser about. Now, whenever it's playtime dog fetches the dispenser to have it filled. Only 4 starts because the drawers are really hard to get out and switched over to the other position. Which is ok, I don't think my dog is smart enough for this side anyway.