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Dog Puzzle Memory Training Activity Toy


Pets Dog Treat Dispenser Puzzle Memory Training Activity Toy:

Tech Specs:

Main unit dimensions: 7.8″ x 7.8″ x 9″ (200 x 200 x 232mm)
Remote dimensions: 3″ x 3″ x 1″ (75 x 75 x 35mm)
Main unit weight: 25 oz. (710g)
Remote weight: 2 oz. (60g)
Material: ABS Plastic
Remote distance: Indoors 164 ft. (50m) outdoors: 98 ft. (30m)
Main unit power supply: 4 x size C batteries (not included)
Remote power supply: 3 x size AAA (not included)

SKU:lobanni2022052301 Categories:,

Accentuate the “Paws”-i-tive
Fido or Fluffy will happily get off the floor and play when exercise is turned into a memory game involving food! They quickly learn to press the button with their nose or paws to get the treats they love.

Treats a Little or a Lot
The treat container holds plenty of yummy treats or dry food but releases a random amount each time the release button is pressed. This keeps play unpredictable and exciting for optimal results.

Play. Sounds. Action.
Your pet’s tail will wag even more when hearing the encouraging sound effect that plays when the treats fall into the feed tray. Triple rewards for being a good boy.

Indoor or Outdoor Use
Add variety by placing the remote release button in another room. For extra fun, attach it to a glass door with the suction cup. Or take the play outside—the included peg holds the remote securely in soft earth.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Heather Hinderman
Two German Shepherds love this!

They LOVE this. Two GSDs. TIP: if on a counter like mine, take the tray out or treats get stuck. I mix half kibble, half soft treats & no problems, they love, love, love it.

Only three days to learn how.

Took about three days to get to this point. Really happy to give him another thing to use his mind towards. There are two small pieces I’m not sure what they do but I don’t really need anything with them I wish the company sold proper sized natural dog treats to easily order with it. Very happy and would recommend. To everyone training: I started by saying “press it” and pushing his paw into the button. Then after a day, I waited for him to put his paw to the button but helped him actually push. Then after another day I barely helped him push. Now I just say “press it” and once in a while point to the button. I’m sure he will be doing it without me saying anything really soon. 10 year old maltese.

Annie Brown
Great Fun for Food Motivated Dogs

I read the reviews and they seemed positive so I decided to order this product. Some people said that their dogs didn't learn to operate the dispenser and some said that their dogs caught on right away and it took others awhile. I have 4 dogs. My blind and deaf 19-year-old Fox Terrier kept walking across the activation button and then smelling the food and eating it. My big Pomeranian, seen with my Maltese in the video, picked it up in less than a day. In fact, as seen here, he had realized that none of the other dogs were catching on so he sits by the button dispensing treats for them. My older Pomeranian is mildly interested. :) This has been a lot of fun. We have to put it up or they'll empty the dispenser though.

Toy works well

I was able to teach my Great Dane to use this in about 5 minutes, it took my Border Collie a couple of days. It's not the most durable toy so dogs should be supervised when using it, but they seem to like it (it's interesting to watch two dogs vie for it).

Hailey M.
Worth every penny!

This is an amazing product! My Pitbull loves this toy! Its easy to learn, keeps her entertained, and loves it with food and treats. It is light weight, but nothing that takes away from the fun!