Treat Triad Interactive Puzzle Dog Toy by Outward Hound
Dogs love showing off how smart they are and you'll be so proud of your pooch for figuring out this latest interactive puzzle by Kyjen Dog Games. The Treat Triad is a multi-function puzzle toy.
Dogs must first learn to rotate the top spinner to unlock the three treat covers. Once unlocked, your pooch has to figure out how to lift the covers to get to those tasty treats in the chambers.
The Treat Triad is lots of fun for interactive play between people and pets, and great for helping puppies develop their cognitive skills.
► Multi-part plastic puzzle for dogs
► Encourages natural searching and foraging instincts
► Dishwasher safe and easy to clean
► Stimulates your dog's brain
► Hours of entertainment
► Ideal for all ages and breeds of dog
► Can vary the level of difficulty
Dog Games Puzzle Toys challenge dogs and stimulate their senses – it’s boredom busting, mental exercise for your pooch!
Teach your dog step-by-step problem solving skills, and offer an appropriate outlet for natural behaviors.
Game play is an interactive, positive, and fun experience. These experiences build bonds, and help to properly socialise your dog.
Injured and Senior Dogs love to Play!
It's hard to entertain and injured or infirm pooch. Whether your dog is injured or is recovering from surgery or an illness, or is elderly, you can keep them alert and responsive.A mix of different activity: Requires both activity and inactivity - we don't want to stress out your pooch with over activity. Isn't walking enough? Sure. Sometimes. But at other times, dogs need mental stimulation to feel good. Some dogs need this more than others, and if they don't get to focus their energy, then they might make their own "fun" that isn't always appreciated, like chewing, digging, over-licking their paws, anxiety, anti-social behaviour.
Do problem dogs exist? Or are they bored dogs without suitable training and stimulation? Strengthen your relationship with your dog while training them with fun, positive games.
Check out this great video that shows the Treat Triad in use (please note there has been a colour change):