Puzzle toys provide dogs with stimulation beyond traditional commands or fetch. Puzzle toys may help relieve boredom and stress, and may even aid with behavioral issues like separation anxiety or destructiveness.
The Outward Hound Dog Brick Level 2 Puzzle will challenge your pup’s natural hunting instincts by challenging them to swivel its flip lid compartments, move its blocks back and forth and spin its center wheel. Perfect for chewers and grippers.
The Bob-A-Lot Wobbling Treat Toy
One of the simplest treat-dispensing toys on the market, this adjustable puzzle toy teaches dogs how to retrieve treats while strengthening cognitive skills. Easy to fill and clean, owners can customize difficulty level as time progresses – perfect for active dogs who love playing rough! Built for durable use it even stands up against powerful chewers – ideal for any playful pup!
This soft toy makes an excellent introduction for pups who are new to treat dispenser toys or puzzle toys in general. With its large opening for stuffing treats and maze-like interior, this soft squishy toy will engage dogs while they nose, roll and nuzzle it to access their rewards. Although not as durable as rubber slow feeder balls, its resistance against strong chewers will make this toy an effective companion!
The Kong Core Strength Bone offers another way of strengthening and stimulating your dog’s jaws through play, satisfying his or her natural foraging instincts and providing mental enrichment while helping prevent boredom or destructive behaviors.
Once your dog has become adept at using a basic snuffle mat, take their nose work one step further with this advanced puzzle toy from Nina Ottosson. Featuring nine locked treat drawers requiring pawing, nudging or lifting to unlock them – plus an engaging rotating center disk and static outer ring to further stimulate play! Your pet’s mental exercise while searching for rewards awaits them in this engaging puzzle toy from Nina Ottosson!
The Outward Hound Dog Brick Level 2 Puzzle
Nina Ottosson treat puzzle toys are great starter toys, but for advanced play behaviors or unwanted behavior such as destructive chewing. Step up to an interactive game featuring more complex obstacles requiring multiple actions from your pup in order to reach its treats! This intermediate level 2 Dog Brick requires your pup to perform multiple steps at the same time in order to successfully find its rewards! This interactive game promotes positive play behavior and distracts dogs from destructive chewing or other undesirable behavior.
This interactive game can help divert your pup’s attention away from electronics or other entertainment sources during long car rides or during moments of boredom at home. Paw and nose-powered movement are required to move plastic sushi pieces down, revealing treats in the bottom. Some pet parents have even found success using wet food or spreadable treats in place of treats for an engaging play session!
West Paw’s Brick To Treats Puzzle offers another fun treat-dispensing toy for canines; it challenges them to spin its blue and yellow layers to access treats. An engaging alternative to standard rolling ball toys, this piece was specifically created to cater to dogs that prefer biting or grabbing over rolling. Made from extra durable material that stands up well against strong chewers.
The Bob-A-Lot Treat Disk Puzzle
If you’re an owner looking for a challenging way to expand their pup’s problem-solving skills, look no further than this treat-dispensing puzzle! With its rotating disk design that encourages natural hunting behavior by encouraging poking and nudging of the toy surface; some pet parents even add additional fun by spreading wet treats or kibble on its surface for even greater amusement!
KONG offers this introductory-level treat puzzle toy as an excellent solution for both puppies and older dogs alike, being inexpensive yet durable enough for you to fill with dry treats, kibble, wet food or spreadable peanut butter – ideal for getting their brain working and helping reduce boredom which often leads to destructive behavior.
Keep in mind, however, that not all puzzle toys are appropriate for your dog. Factors like breed, age and personality will play an integral part in deciding the most beneficial mental enrichment toy for them. That’s why it’s always wise to consult your veterinarian and trainer when choosing toys and games for your pup; they can give personalized advice based on his individual needs.
The Petstages Chess Game
Trixie’s dog activity chess game will keep your pup engaged for hours as they try to move the sliders and cones to score treats. Plus, its adjustable skill levels let you customize its difficulty according to your pup’s individual needs!
This puzzle toy is an ideal option for Husky breeds who tend to destroy other toys while playing. Perfect for use in small spaces and challenging your pup’s mind while keeping them entertained and away from potential dangerous areas of the home, this toy will keep them busy while entertaining and amusing them at the same time!
Huskies can quickly become bored when playing with toys that do not require much interaction from their owner, such as the Petstages Glow Firefly Mat. Interactive toys like this one engage your pup’s natural problem-solving skills while slowing meal times to help manage weight. Plus, this mat makes an excellent crate training choice; your pet can explore freely without being interrupted by other toys or household objects!