Judy B. from Fort Wayne, IN
My Lab, Sandy, figured this out in about 30 seconds (smart dog!), and loves to play with it. It is one of her favorite toys. However, after about the third time she played with it, the wood started to disengrate any place she had put her mouth on it. (she is not a chewer). I am afraid it might come apart. The price was not bad, my dog loves it, but I feel it is low quality. They could have used a better quality wood, and even charged a little bit more for it.
Moosh from Alaska
15 out of 16 found this review helpful
My pups get treats, and we laugh and laugh at them trying to figure out where they are!!
sad dobies from Hisperia,CA
9 out of 9 found this review helpful
I got this toy for my 3 year old doberman and he tore it apart in 5 minutes
Sandy from Buffalo NY
20 out of 22 found this review helpful
My five year old sheltie gets bored easily, so I thought this might challenge her a bit. She figured out how to get to each compartment in less than ten minutes (she knew to push the slides, flip the puzzle, etc.) She seems to like this though, so I now put a bit of her tiny sized dry food in the chambers and she thinks she's getting a treat. (She even pushs the puzzle at me across the floor when she wants to play!)
Lcrz from Orange County, CA
19 out of 21 found this review helpful
I thought I would give this a try because similar products are at least three times as expensive & I am always looking for interactive / treat toys to keep my dogs busy. Well, this is a cool idea, but my two pomeranians - who have played with it separately & together - had the treats out faster than it took me to them in!!! Overall, not worth a dollar if it doesn't do what I bought it for.
41 out of 44 found this review helpful