Entertaining your dog can be a challenge, particularly during the coronavirus lockdown when they know you’re at home. Still, there are easy ways to keep your pup mentally and physically stimulated indoors in the form of dog puzzle toys and feeders.
The bestselling Nina Ottosson Tornado Interactive Treat Puzzle Dog Toy is on sale right now for £14.99 on Amazon – that’s 40 per cent off.
Puzzle feeders can provide stimulation for dogs to alleviate boredom, prevent destructive behaviours and, in some cases, even ease separation anxiety.
The complex puzzle in this dog toy features three tiers of rotating disks with several compartments for snacks or kibble that dogs must swivel to reveal the reward
They make pets work for their treats or food by using their noses or paws to open a compartment, navigate a maze or dig. They’re just the ticket for when your dog gets bored, lonely or restless.
The Nina Ottosson Tornado Dog Toy has over 23,000 five-star ratings from pet owners who are impressed with how well it keeps pups occupied.
The complex puzzle features three tiers of rotating disks with several compartments for snacks or kibble that dogs must swivel to reveal the reward.
Three bone-shaped covers are included to increase difficulty. It’s made of BPA, PVC and phthalate-free material that can be hand washed between each use with warm water and soap.
According to hordes of shoppers, the Nina Ottosson Tornado Dog Toy is ‘fun’ and ‘challenging’. Many reviews also mention how it’s pretty much indestructible, that it’s a great way to slow feeding and will give your pup unlimited fun.
‘My 45kg German Shepherd loves this,’ one shopper wrote in their five-star review. ‘He works it out really quickly, but that doesn’t seem to matter as he still is super excited to have it filled again.
The bestselling Nina Ottosson Tornado Interactive Treat Puzzle Dog Toy is on sale right now for £14.99 on Amazon – that’s 40 per cent off
‘The bones are a good size, so shouldn’t be accidentally swallowed by a large dog. We’ve had this a few months now, and it still looks likes new; it’s very hard-wearing, and my dog is far from gentle with it.’
‘I love the Nina Ottosson puzzles!’ another shopper raved. ‘My corgi eats her meals way too fast, and so I use these puzzles to place her food in.
‘Not only does she eat slower, but she also is using her brain a lot which wears her out (important when we’re not out as much with COVID).’
A third reviewer added: ‘Great product! We use it on our pup when we’re going out for a couple of hours. Keeps her occupied as we’re leaving the house. Very durable- our cockapoo tears everything apart, but this has kept its form!’
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