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Modular dog treat dispenser toy Plum Odin

£18.00 £10.00

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This muscular dog puzzle toy will give your dog a true challenge. Not for the light chewer, this strong toy can withstand a bite or two.

  • Last one in stock (for now) in a plum colour
  • Use top or bottom flaps to add treats that will be dispensed through holes on the side
  • The rubber-like material keeps hardwood floors and fragile furniture from getting scratched
  • Rinse with soapy water or place on the top rack of your dishwasher
  • The dog treat dispenser toy is made from TPR (non-toxic, BPA free, phthalate-free, latex-free)
  • It measures approximately 9cm x 8.4cm x 9.6cm (3.6in x 3.3in x 3.8in).

Delivery: This item ships from the UK

Dog puzzle toy

We love this modular dog treat dispenser toy plum as it can entertain your dogs for hours. Its unusual shape and muted colours make it a stylish toy you’ll enjoy having around the house. Simply place treats or kibble into the sphere using either the top or the bottom flaps. When rolled around the floor, the holes on the sides will dispense treats gradually.

All Odins are modular and can be combined with larger structures. This will add variation to your dogs play and keep the game exciting.

The rubber-like material keeps hardwood floors and fragile furniture from getting scratched while staying durable to doggy jaws. It can be rinsed with soapy water or placed on the top rack of your dishwasher. Please note that this is not a chew toy. Always supervise your dog while playing with the dog treat dispenser toy plum Odin.

The Dog treat dispenser toy Plum Odin is made from TPR (non-toxic, BPA free, phthalate-free, latex-free). One Odin measures approximately 9cm x 8.4cm x 9.6cm (3.6in x 3.3in x 3.8in).

How treat-dispensing toys work

Treat-dispensing toys aren’t just for food. In addition to hiding treats, they’re designed to keep your dog busy. They’re perfect for dogs who make mischief when they’re bored or become destructive when left alone. Treat-dispensing toys are also useful if your dog eats too quickly, as the toys force them to eat one bite at a time.

How to get started

If you’ve never used a treat-dispensing toy with your dog before, you may need to teach them how to use it. Here are a few training tips for using treat-dispensing toys:

  • Start with small treats or kibble that fall out easily so your dog is quickly rewarded for playing.
  • Show them how it works by rolling it around and having treats fall out in front of them.
  • As they get better at it, upgrade to larger treats to increase difficulty.
  • Take it away if they start gnawing or ripping at the show and show them again to just roll the toy.
  • Attach 2 or more toys together to change the way it rolls and bounces.

Be patient. Some dogs get the hang of things more quickly, and others need you to show them how to access the food.

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