Dog Toys: Puzzling, Challenging, Seek-A-Treat Dog Toys
Every dog's a winner with Outward Hound Games! Bring out the genius in your dog with our interative, treat-seeking puzzles and exercise toys.
Zanies Interactive Dog Toys are the fun way to keep dogs challenged and entertained. Available in four fun styles-- the Interactive Puzzle, the Slide N' Seek, the Treat Hunter and the Paws-on Puzzle Square-- each toy features multiple spots for hiding treats and multiple ways for dogs to have fun. Try one out today!
Dogs sharpen their sniff-and-seek skills as they find the treats owners have stashed in the hidden compartments of Ethical Pet's Seek-A-Treat puzzle toys. Each one is an interactive experience, challenging dogs to use their paws, snouts, or walking canes for things such as sliding panels, overturning pegs, and pushing wheel mechanisms. One by one, pooches uncover the compartments until they've found the treats. The puzzles immediately rewards pets' intelligence by dispensing savories such as biscuits, kibble, or a rack of brontosaurus ribs.
Spot Seek-A-Treat Dog Toys | Groupon Goods
Seek-A-Treat Dog Toys | Groupon Goods
The new Seek-A-Treat interactive toys from SPOT draw upon a dog’s innate hunting traits to create a fun, mentally-stimulating game. Each Seek-A-Treat toy is a flat tray that has hollowed-out wells with sliding disks or flaps covering them. Treats or kibble are placed in the wells and then covered with the disks, forcing the dog to search for his treats and rewarding him when he pushes the disks aside and discovers the food. This search-and-reward activity stimulates a dog’s problem solving abilities and teaches the dog about being rewarded for positive behavior.All dogs can track using their most powerful sense – their nose. Make a game out of hiding their food or play hide-and-seek with treats. You can build obstacle courses for your dog out of boxes, sturdy containers, and portable stairs. Rub the scent in scent in various spaces, hiding the meal or the high-prized treat in the toughest place to find. It encourages the dog to problem solve and as a result, builds confidence too. Think of this as a sort of Easter egg hunt for the dog. You can hide treats and high-prized toys all over the house or yard even! I’ve played this “game” with all of the pups I’ve raised over the years.Two more great puzzle toys are the Flip N’ Flap and Shuffle Bone Seek-A-Treat puzzles. Your dog has to exercise his mental muscles to slide and trigger trap doors in order to uncover the treats hidden inside. Just like the Dog Casino, these toys provide excellent mental stimulation for your pet, but you may need to spend some extra time helping your pooch figure out what to do!