4.57 rating based on 7 reviews
slight variation on the Kyjen theme
My dogs have already mastered the Kyjen treat wheel, and this new game is pretty similar, with the substitution of the flaps for the yellow cups. I will say that the flaps added a new dimension, since they have to be re-opened each time the wheel spins to a new treat compartment (with the yellow cups, once the dog removes them, the treat compartments are all very readily accessed). Note that you shouldn't leave most dogs alone with this toy, as they are likely to chew up the hard plastic. Also one of my dogs, if given a chance, will just flip the toy end-over-end until the treats fall out by force! While a creative solution, it's not great for my floors, or the toy. I just hold the toy down with one finger for her to play the 'proper' way.
Good challenging game
This is great product to get a dog to think and solve problems. I would recommend putting felt pads on the bottom of it, or placing it on a towel or carpet so it doesn't slide on a tile floor.
from North Vancouver, BC08/20/2014
Our 14 year old Corgi Cross cannot get enough of this puzzle. It is great because it keeps him engaged without being high impact (like chasing his beloved ball which can be too much at times). It took him about five minutes to figure it out the first time around but now he knows exactly what to do. Regardless, he just loves it. Great puzzle!!!
Great Puzzle for Dogs
from Dallas, TX10/12/2013
We love watching our "Wolfie" lift up the flaps to find his treat. This is a great way to keep your pet entertained. Very durable product too!
Don't forget about the CAT!
from Ft. Myers Florida05/23/2014
Oh yes, cats like it too. I have bought many interactive toys for the cats and they have mastered all of them. The two who needed something to do as 4 mo. to 18 mo. olds they learned very fast and want to play with them all the time. I switch the toys out. Use cat treats inside and their favorite dry food they never tire of the games. This toy has no parts to come off and get lost. Like it!
Not as easy for some dogs
from Sacramento, California11/08/2013
Having a hard time catching on to the concept of searching for the reward. I like the concept behind the toy and so I am not giving up.
Play with your treats not your food
by Piper's Dad
from Bucks Co Pas.01/29/2014
My 2 yr. old girl Loves this toy . It is fun for me to watch her hunt for the treat . I do think she Loves the work ,since she is a working class dog. PWD