The Paw Hide Dog Toy Puzzle has 7 treat or food chambers that challenge your dog to lift each cup in order to reveal its reward. This toy is perfect for teaching the basics of eating obedience and problem-solving. Most dogs instinctively enjoy the challenge of hunting and seeking out the hidden food in these Puzzle Toys due to their orgins from the wolf.
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3.83 rating based on 6 reviews
Not for some dogs. by shiner302/07/2014
My Doberman tore this up in no time flat.
Kyjen Paw Hide Dog Toy Puzzle by Mishka01/02/2013
This product took only a few minutes for her to figure out. The yellow caps are not tall enough to remove them individually with her teeth, although she did try that first. She then used her paw to flip the entire light-weight plastic "paw" over & all the caps fell off & the treats fell out. End of challenge.
by from 02/04/2013
My Cairn Terrier didn't take long to figure out she just had to put her whole mouth around the puzzle pieces and lift them up. All told, it keeps her busy for about 1 minute.
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More features than listed by weisster from Long Island,NY03/21/2013
Even the puppy got the hang of looking for snacks hidden under certain covers. Even better, when the puppy was bored looking for the snacks, she chewed the covers. I must say , they're pretty indestructible and time consuming. Reasonable price, many uses.
Dogs love it by Marialow01/02/2012
My 2 dogs love this - even my old one. He was the first to figure it out and the cattle dog followed next. They really like it and I would recommend this.
good puzzle toy by winnielou12/09/2010
My dogs love this toy. They figured it out pretty quickly but they enjoy pawing at the cups to get the treats. You do have to hold the container on the ground for the dogs otherwise it won't stay in place (maybe some suction cups would hold it on the ground). But it's a good interactive toy for dogs that have a ton of energy.