Your dog looks for treats by pulling out the flaps in different directions. In each flap there is a compartment where the treat can be hidden.
The degree of difficulty can be easily adjusted. Initially, don’t push the flaps all the way in, so that the dog can smell and see a little of the treat.
Once your dog has begun to understand how the flaps work, you can make it a little more difficult by pushing the flaps all the way in before the dog begins looking for the treats.
Increase the degree of difficulty again …
The next step is to lock some of the flaps using the pegs on the top. The dog then has to learn how to lift up the pegs in order to pull out the flaps.
For something different, mix some meaty dog food with water, pour some of the mixture in the compartments, put the game in the freezer and let it set. This is perfect for hot days or when the dog needs some extra activity. Note: only under strict supervision.
Also a great toy for cats!
Important … Do not let your dog/cat chew or bite the toy. Only play with it together with your dog/cat and do not leave the dog/cat unattended. The dog/cat must not play with or chew the blocks. Designed for animals, it is not a toy for children.
Suitable for dogs and cats of all ages and sizes.
Degree of Difficulty: 3