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Invented by Nina Ottosson in Sweden, Treat Puzzle Games fight boredom, help reduce destructive behaviours and exercise your dog's mind. It's like hide and seek with treats and dogs love it!...  Read more

Nina Ottosson Treat Maze Interactive Dog Toy

18cm x 6cm
£9.99
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Invented by Nina Ottosson in Sweden, Treat Puzzle Games fight boredom, help reduce destructive behaviours and exercise your dog's mind. It's like hide and seek with treats and dogs love it! The puzzle category was created by Nina over 25 years ago as a way of keeping her dogs active indoors. She has continued to develop innovative products which have helped dogs became happier, healthier and better behaved.  
Activate your dogs mind and body with these interactive toys, great varying levels of difficulty. We're sure you'll have as much fun playing the games as she had designing them

Mental stimulation
This treat dispensing dog puzzle releases treats from 2 entry points
Relive boredomm

EXCITE & ENGAGE: 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.

Warnings

Caution: Proper supervision is advised when playing with all toys to ensure no accidental swallowing. This toy should be regularly inspected to ensure there is no damage. If any damage is seen the toy should then be discarded.

Feeding Guide

Dog

Customer reviews

1.8 out of 5 4  Reviews

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  • Not strong enough!!
    Looked a great idea to occupy my puppy but my 10 month old Afghan trashed it first day.
    Ziglu - September 12, 2020
  • Not chew resistant
    Sadly my dog chewed off all the purple edging in minutes!!! Had to take it away as I was afraid of her choking on the plastic! Waste if money!
    Cazzie888 - August 27, 2020
  • Poor
    I set it up as explained on the packaging but for some reason the treats did not dispense unless I shook it myself. Definitely would not buy any more of these products.
    Juliauk10 - July 21, 2020
  • Good at holding attention
    I bought this for a very active border collie. Although it didn't take as long as I would have liked for him to figure out how it worked, it definitely held his attention more than a lot of other toys, so I would recommend it on that basis.
    Monte - March 26, 2020