Mentally stimulate your dog in a fun and creative waySingle removable bone that has to be dislodged by the dog, who can then rotate the top section to access treats in the compartments belowTough and durable plastic is dishwasher safeAnti-slip feet keep the game in placeGreat for all ages and sizes of dogs
Customer Reviews for The Company of Animals Dog Spinny Interactive Dog Game
Review 1 for The Company of Animals Dog Spinny Interactive Dog Game
PostedNovember 20, 2012
This has been the most effective tool for engaging my dog while I'm at work. He loves it so much that he carries it around after he has gotten the kibble out.
I wasn't sure how this toy worked based on the picture and description, but when it arrives you'll see that it's easy to use. You put kibble/treats in some or all of the compartments, then you put the white plastic cap over the open compartment. First, the dog has to get the cap off. This takes at least several minutes because it's smooth. Next, the dog needs to spin the pink plastic lid around to get the opening above each compartment to retrieve the treat. This is really tough for the dog because the lid is smooth so the dog has no leverage. My dog has to use two paws or a paw and teeth. The best part about this toy is that the dog can't see all of the compartments at the same time, and it smells like treats, so he will keep playing with it just in case he missed one. I notice him going back during the day and spinning the lid again. I put some of his breakfast kibble in most compartments but add some "jackpot" treats to keep his hopes up. I have numerous puzzle toys and this works best for my dog because he never feels 100% sure that he got all of the treats out of it.
My dog is 50lbs, 1 year old, energetic, and super anxious. It would definitely work for larger dogs, and for smaller dogs you could just leave the white cap off.