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Jigsaw Glider Dog Game
Product Code: 51094
DescriptionThe Jigsaw Glider Dog Game has Jigsaw glider has interlocking sliding covers that hide four treat chambers. It encourages your canine friend to explore and solve problems by scent. Your dog must first slide away the two outer covers to reveal one treat chamber on each side. The centre puzzle panel is then free to slide back and forth, revealing two more hidden chambers to encourage your petís exploration instincts. The aim is to challenge and entertain your dog in the same way developmental toys do for children.
Most dogs instinctively enjoy the challenge of hunting and seeking out the hidden food in a puzzle toy. It will keep your pet healthy, happy and engaged! It is also an excellent way to slow down dogsí rapid consumption at meal times!
Dimensions: 23 x 23 x 4cm high
Please note: this toy is not indestructible, all play must be supervised. Replace toy once worn
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Great little game posted on 29/12/2013 by RufusDog
Our dog loves his treat toys took a little while to figure out at first but now he looks forward to it being filled up
Great fun posted on 04/08/2012 by strawberryzoe
Our two Jack Russells love this & one is smarter than the other but the other is very motivated by food so they both enjoy it. They haven't got it fully figured out yet after a couple of weeks playing (probably every other day) so it still provides a challenge.
Brilliant interactive toy posted on 16/05/2012 by Stormchi
This toy really provided a challenge for my dogs They figure out simpler interactive toys so quickly it was nice to find something advanced enough to challenge them They really enjoyed this toy and I highly recommend it to anyone
Good toy posted on 14/06/2015 by Gdog
Good toy, my dog did figure it out quickly, it was his first puzzle toy so I was hoping it would occupy him for longer, will be ordering more puzzle toys and hopefully more difficult ones.
Not difficult posted on 23/10/2013 by Rufus
I like this but have to say my 1yr old retriever was not challenged at allHe got it first time He also just picked the whole thing up and dropped it to get the last treats out and one sliding purple piece came off I could put it back ok but he has had it off a few times and chewed the edge so it isnt very resilient