Tucker Ball Mini0 out of 5
The Aussie Dog Tucker Ball is the tough yellow ball that keeps on giving. Place your dogs’ meal or add dry treats inside to provide self-entertainment for your best friend. As the ball rotates, it will randomly dispense the dry food. There is a marble inside that rattles around when the ball rolls so even once empty, the rattle will continue to provide stimulation.
The mini Tucker Ball is suitable for toy and small breeds of dog. For larger breeds, there are a range of other suitable toys shown on the site.
Busy Buddy Twist n Treat Medium0 out of 5$15.00
One of my favourites! The Busy Buddy Twist ’n Treat will keep your dog busy as he tries to get the delicious treats inside. The two halves are adjustable to work with a wide variety of treat options. Twist the halves far apart to give your dog a quick reward, or twist the halves closer together for more of a challenge. Add biscuits, treats or even wet foods to this toy to entice your dog. You can even smear with cheese or peanut butter for a special treat.
To use, twist apart the two halves of the Twist ’n Treat. Load with treats or kibble, and then twist the toy back together again. If your dog is new to treat dispensing toys, leave the halves far apart to make it easy to reach the treats. Twist the halves closer together for more of a challenge. This toy comes in 3 sizes (the medium is pictured in the last photo with Rosie, the Cattle Dog X).
Treat Dispensing Crunchy Football by Starmark (2 sizes)0 out of 5$16.20 – $20.20
Two forms of enrichment in the one toy! The Starmark football has an open core through the middle, in which you can place kibble and treats for your dog to retrieve. Adjust the size of the openings by trimming the soft rubber pieces to suit. The inaccessible part of the toy, between the inner core and the outer football shape, is filled with crunchy, sturdy plastic. It makes a great crunching sound that is satisfying for your dog but not annoying to your neighbours – much better than a squeaker!
Made with safe elastomer that is soft to chew yet very durable. It floats in water which also makes it great for games of fetch in all situations. My own dog, Rosie, a Cattle Dog X Greyhound has had this toy for many months now (the larger size). She loves the crunch and I often hear her chewing at it at even when there’s not food in it, it is sturdy and is still going strong. I often put a dental chew treat inside the toy for her to chew, work and pull out of the football, as well as putting various kibble and small, dried treats inside for her to delight in removing. Take a look at the videos for this toy 🙂
She is also pictured with the small toy in the photos, Rosie had a playdate with a puppy who has the small.
Nina Ottosson Mix Max for Dogs0 out of 5$29.50
Level 3, most difficult.
Outward Hound Star Spinner Puzzle Toy0 out of 5$29.80
More info coming very soon! Item added 29/05/2017
Buster Food Cube Regular0 out of 5$37.10
This has long been one of my favourite designs, the Buster Food Cube is a great toy with a clever design. The cube has compartments inside which means food doesn’t move around quite as freely as it would in a hollow item. The inner cone of the toy also has just 2 openings within, making more of a challenge for your clever pooch to get their biscuits out. The inner cone is removable for cleaning also.
It comes in 4 great colours and 2 sizes to suit every pooch. This is the regular size which is suitable for dogs over 10kg. Please select your preferred colour.
Large Treat Dispensing Chew Ball by Starmark0 out of 5
The Treat Dispensing Chew Ball, made by Starmark guarantees to slow down your dogs’ eating, while providing an enriching playtime. Made from a material stronger than rubber! Great for powerful chewers. Free of latex, vinyl & phthalates, it is safe for your dog to play with and chew, even after the ball is empty of his meal.
Fill it with your pets normal meal and/or treats, the chew ball system encourages play which helps reduce anxiety and boredom behaviors. You can even use wet foods in it if cleaned well between uses.
Nina Ottosson Dog Maze (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$23.80 – $35.90
It wobbles and spins around, so the treats pass a maze inside and then fall out. Amuses, entertains and activates.
Put treats in the hole at the top on both sides of the Dog Treat Maze.
The dog has to work to get the Dog Treat Maze in motion so that it wobbles, rocks and sometimes spins around, so that the treats pass through a maze inside on both sides and then fall out through the openings on both top and bottom.
Dog Treat Maze is a treat maze that activates and entertains your dog. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging.
Can be used inside or outside. Let your dog work for his food and feed the meals in the Dog Treat Maze. Perfect for both slow and fast eaters.
The maze comes in 2 sizes, the large is blue and red, the small is yellow and red. The ‘Cat Treat Maze’ is identical to the ‘Small Dog Treat Maze’, except it is pink and blue.
Nina Ottosson Medium Treat Pyramid (Soft)0 out of 5$17.90
The Nina Ottosson Medium Treat Pyramid is a fun activity toy to be filled with treats. Suitable for many dog breeds as well as cats and rabbits too!
It wobbles, rocks and throws out pieces of treats when the pet pushes and plays with it.
Made of soft and strong TPE, a material similar to rubber, for quiet play inside the house.
This toy measures 11,6cm H x 8,25cm W.
Let your pet play and work to get the treats out by pushing it with their paws and nose. The Treat Pyramid, which has a weighted base, will rock, twist and wobble back and forth so that treats will fall out through the hole in the top.
The weight in the base helps the Pyramid stand up straight.
Can be used indoors and outdoors.
Fun and activating brain training due to the fact that it has irregular movements.
Aikiou Canine Interactive Feeder0 out of 5$41.00
More then a dog slow feeder, the Aïkiou or “IQ” as it is pronounced, is a puzzle feeder where you can hide your dogs food, it works well for both dry biscuits and wet foods! With this dog puzzle feeder, your dog will eat at a slower pace and express their natural needs. Invented in 2008 by a Canadian vet technician, the Aikiou puzzle feeder combines both an interactive dog feeder and slow dog feeder. Its patented design is one of the best on the market. It is so efficient than even Zoos are using it for behavioural enrichment purpose.
The feeder ‘paw-print’ measures 39cm X 34cm and is 7cm high, it has anti-slip rubber feet.