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So my dog is a confirmed genius- just kidding but she solved this in less than a minute. I thought about getting a more complex puzzle but thought I’d try this one out first in case she wasn’t a genius. The only negative aspect of the product is that if your dog chews up toys she will probably chew up the puzzle pieces. So this is a puzzle I’d recommend using if you are home with your pet. I’ll look for another one to use when I am gone to keep her busy mind occupied.
Nice well made item good for dog to find snacks and eat slowly
My two hounds get bored, and when they get bored they get destructive, so I've been looking for engaging games. I liked that this has "levels." I tried the middle level first. Treats were gone in 10 seconds. I took it away and made it as hard as I could. Put it down and treats were gone in 20 seconds. Then they tried to eat the little plastic bones (okay, so maybe they're not geniuses.) The issue seems to be that this is lightweight and the little bones just sit on top - they don't snap in or attach. So if you have an enthusiastic dog (or two) then it gets flipped over and the game is done. Consider personality.
Looks good. Well made. Perhaps too well made. This is clearly above the skill level of our Maltese Terrier, who opens the flip top lids of another puzzle and just rotates and vacuums up the treats (without lifting individual lids). So we thought she was ready for 2.0. Apparently not. Even if I show her the rotate-the-bone-to-release action, she can't pair that with the open-the-drawer action to get the treats. Maybe larger ahem...smarter (?) dogs can enjoy this. Our pup looks at me like "Seriously? What the *bleep* do I do with that?"
I work 100 hours per weeks so I was concerned my pups weren't getting proper mental stimulation. I purchase a few of the puzzle toys with the hopes to challenge them when I am home. This is by far one of the best ones I purchased. I love that it has at least 3 different ways to challenge your pup at the minimum. I loved being able to train them on each puzzle part before putting it together and making them do all the puzzles at once. The only thing I would change is to add a rope/string to the white dog bone pieces. My pups, Yellow Lab & Boxer, had problems grabbing it with their teeth and usually ended up just turning the entire thing over which defeated the purpose of the puzzle. I took some 5/50 cord, put it through the hole, then tied a large knot on the top side. Now my pups can grab the cord or the knot and pull the dog bone up and out of the way which I find works much better for the puzzle as a whole. Other than this issue and the high price I love it and so do my pups.