LOOBANI Dogs Food Puzzle Feeder Toys

$38.99

IQ Training:The food puzzle toy is designed to provide challenge to keep your pets thinking.For puppies, the slots is a good intellectual development toy,which is a smart toy for puppy brain development.For senior dogs, the mental stimulation toys help to keep your dog sharp through the years,reduce risk of mental decline.

Ideal Pass Time:You have the kind of hectic daily schedule and have no time and energy to play with your pets , but for most them, this can add up to a lot of boredom and loneliness.This food dispenser can offer hours of entertainment,exercise, and overall fun for both cat and dogs.The challenging toys can keep dog busy while you are at work.

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IQ Training:The food puzzle toy is designed to provide challenge to keep your pets thinking.For puppies, the slots is a good intellectual development toy,which is a smart toy for puppy brain development.For senior dogs, the mental stimulation toys help to keep your dog sharp through the years,reduce risk of mental decline.

Ideal Pass Time:You have the kind of hectic daily schedule and have no time and energy to play with your pets , but for most them, this can add up to a lot of boredom and loneliness.This food dispenser can offer hours of entertainment,exercise, and overall fun for both cat and dogs.The challenging toys can keep dog busy while you are at work.

Anxiety Relief:Your Lab whimpers, paces, whines and then howls when you leave.This interactive entertainment toy can redirect dog’s focus to getting the tasty treat out of the puzzle toy so prevent some stress-related behaviors.The challenging toys help your dogs relieve anxiety,stress and indoor boredom to distracts her behavior and refocuses it to something active and positive.

Slow Feeder:If your dog is bored all day, she may get so excited when dinnertime comes that she literally inhales and then throws up her dinner. Get kibble from the leakage holes by spinning tubes to control the dog eating speed.The treat dispensing toy for dogs can force her to slow down,which may also help prevent your dog from suffering from GDV/Bloat.

Stable Base & Adjustable Height:The heavy base of this intelligent toy is designed as H shape so this interactive feeder will not be knocked over.The educational dog toy has 3 height to adjust to fit both small and large breeds. And the canister is large enough for your dog whose day eating .The dog activity toys can be played indoor or take it to play outside when go on a trip,camping…

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8 reviews for LOOBANI Dogs Food Puzzle Feeder Toys

  1. veronica

    I love this product! The other food puzzles didnt take too long for my 3 month old golden retriever to get all the food out, this one takes her a while to get it all out! I love watching her use it, it keeps her entertained for a substantial amount of time! She loves it 🙂 she has managed to tip it over once but she had to grab it with her mouth and pull, I can drill it into a larger piece of wood that she would have to stand on to use to prevent the tipping it over if I really want, but it’s good as is, Definitely recommend this product!

  2. Sara0229

    This is the best puzzle my 8 year old lab has ever had! It took her half an hour to figure it out the first time. The video is the fourth time she’s used it. It keeps her attention for a long time. Great for her after quarantine anxiety! It’s very sturdy and I’m sure will hold up a long time. My only problem was that when she was trying to figure it out she chewed on the lids for the bottles. I wish I could buy replacement lids.

  3. Jules

    My dog, Brody, is really smart, and gets bored easily if he’s not being mentally challenged. We’ve gone through many of the traditional dog treat puzzles (where he has to lift a lid or slide a compartment to get the treat) and a few scent-work mats, and he gets it all so quickly and easily that it’s not a challenge at all anymore. I got him this toy for Christmas, and he loves it!
    I had already trained him to dig on command (it’s helpful for controlling where he digs when we’re outside, but also to get him to trim his own nails on a sandpaper board) so it wasn’t that hard for him to figure out once I gave the ‘dig-dig’ command.
    It takes a while for him to get all the treats out, and it makes him work for it. I would recommend this to anyone with a dog who needs mental stimulation, and is food motivated.
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  4. Taurigal

    Purchased this Spinning Bottle toy for our corgi Corky for her birthday, and it was such a hit that we came back and bought a second one for her brother, Auggie. This is their favorite toy! It is well made, sturdy and durable, and I love that you can customize it by varying the height placement of the bottles. This can be handy for changing the difficulty level as the dogs become too familiar with the toy. The base is well designed and the toy does not tip, even with Corky’s aggressive style of play. The toy was very quick and easy to assemble, with clear instructions and even rubber no-skid pads for the bottom of the feet. The bottles are easy to clean and fill, and swing freely and securely on the frame. This is a very well made toy. My only critical comments might be that it would be nice to be able to change the bottle height and remove the bottles for cleaning without having to find a screwdriver each time; and, perhaps Loobani could provide a “training” bottle for those unfamiliar with the toy. When we first set up the toy, neither dog could figure out how to get the treats from the bottles without trying to unscrew the tops (and marring the plastic in the process.) You definitely want to supervise the play until everyone knows you don’t eat the plastic. To help, we made a trainer from an old clear soda bottle by cutting two holes in the sides and stringing it on the rod. Once the dogs could see the treats clearly, and watch the process as the treats came out of the bottle, we were off and running. We then placed the trainer on the rod next to one of the regular bottles for a while, and then later with two bottles, until they figured out the process. Now they play well with the three provided bottles and no longer need the trainer, although that opens up the possibility of trying out different shape bottles and things in the future for added fun. I love open ended toys! So how will your pet play with it? Will they spin it as fast they can until everything flies out all over the place (like Corky), or will they balance the bottle upside down on their nose and shake it/nudge it until everything drops out (like Auggie)? Let the games begin!

  5. Odetta

    This is a great toy – although it is taking my guy quite a while to figure it out. He figures out most food puzzles easily and once he learns them he can complete them more quickly than I can refill the treats! However, he is blind and this one is very different from anything he has encountered so it is taking him a while. Sighted dogs have a real advantage with this toy but I am confident he will master it and then it will be one of his favorites.

  6. Kate

    At first, my dog thought that he could bully/bite the treats out of the Loobani. But, after some modifications, practice, and patience, my dog LOVES (gently) working the Loobani treat puzzle.

    If your dog isn’t getting the hang of the toy right away, you might consider making the following adjustments until they figure it out:
    1. I noticed that treats don’t always come out when the tops of the jars are screwed on, and I wanted my dog to associate flipping the containers with the reward, so I started by taking the lids off.
    2. If your dog is still having trouble, consider filling up the receptacles almost to the top. Even the smallest tilt will reward their behavior.
    3. My dog was still trying to force the treats out, so I physically took his foot and made him flip the containers (my dog is a brute, so this didn’t bother him…although it might not work with more skittish dogs). Once treats came out, I gave him lots of verbal praise and he was excited about the treats.

    Now he’s standing in the kitchen, flipping the Loobani like a pro. I’m so glad I purchased this item!

  7. Robin

    5 stars are based on 3 days of use. Bought this for my daughter’s 6 month old Border Collie mix. I removed the lids until she figured out how to spin and get rewards (I spent some time helping her spin). The lids went back on once she figured it out. Works best with full canisters during learning period. Once she figured it out, she spins until empty. She keeps spinning with her paw and waits for the rewards to drop. Reminds me of my mom playing slots. I divided her meals up, 1/2 goes in her bowl and 1/2 goes in the canisters. Has 3 height levels for small, med & large dogs.
    I only put it out at mealtime or snacks. I don’t see a problem with her chewing the lids if it’s only given in short intervals. Planning to buy another one for my matipoos.

  8. LeAnn R.

    t has 3 different heights you can screw in the cross bar holding the canisters. I’m tempted to take off a star for sturdiness because one of the screws holding the cross bar in place has been stripped since the beginning requiring replacement with a larger screw in order to keep the bar from falling off constantly, but that’s pretty random. Nothing else has broken or gone wrong and my pup is pretty aggressive at knocking it around. It has rubber feet to help keep it from sliding. They help, but the only thing that would fully hold it in place with my now 60 lb 5 month old punching it repeatedly would be flat weights. It never tips or breaks, just scoots around on the floor. This has been wonderful for him. I’m so glad I got it.

    I have another dog who couldn’t figure out how to use it, but he tried it when he wasn’t as hungry and he’s more laidback.

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