Tucker Ball Mini
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.
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|Dimensions||70 x 70 x 70 mm|
A much larger pup using the larger version of this toy
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Kong Genius Mike (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$18.20 – $23.80
The KONG Genius Mike is named in honor of Michelangelo and is designed to stimulate a dog’s curiosity and hold its attention. This toy is great for helping to combat boredom and separation anxiety and can be used as a treat-dispensing toy on its own — or connected to the Genius Leo for an increased challenge. Genius toys are great for puppies and adult dogs alike.
Fill with kibble or dry treats for your dog to chew and toss the toy around to retrieve their treats. For a special treat, you can add wet food or even some peanut butter for your dog to lick at. A great idea for the warmer months is to freeze this toy with the wet food treat inside! Check out the video tab for lots of ideas.
The Kong Genius Mike comes in 2 sizes, the small is suitable for dogs under 10kg. While the large is for dogs over 10kg. It comes in a variety of colours, which are chosen at random, however feel free to note your preference in the order notes. The Mike toy and Leo toy are both from the Genius range and can link together for more of a challenge!
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.
Bob-A-Lot Food Dispensing Toy (2 sizes)5.00 out of 5$26.20 – $39.00
Holds Variety of Treats & Kibble – Easy-to-fill, easy-to clean dual chambers allow you to fill with treats or kibble.
Easily Customize Difficulty Level – Adjust opening to control release of treats. Bobs and tilts on weighted, anti-slip base.
Puzzle releases treats as your dog paws, nudges and chases. The Bob-a-Lot is available in Large and Small sizes.
Kong Gyro Forager (2 Sizes)5.00 out of 5$22.00 – $27.00
We are very excited to announce the new KONG Gyro toy! It is sure to entertain with irresistible roll and flip action that entices and intrigues dogs. The dynamic center spinning orb and static outer ring encourages dogs to push, paw and roll the Gyro, delightfully dispensing tasty treat rewards along the way. Ideal for independent play, stuff with treats or kibble for extended play and meal time.
The 2 halves screw apart for easy filling and cleaning. Available in large and small sizes. The large is suitable for dogs over 10kg and the small is suitable for dogs under 10kg, as well as for Chickens and other small animals like Guinea Pigs.
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).
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.
Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$20.00 – $28.00
The Busy Buddy Kibble Nibble toy mentally and physically stimulates your dog by randomly dispensing treats during play, turning dog meal times into play times. This oval shaped ball has soft, rubbery ridges which helps to stop and slow the ball as well as having it roll in an irregular way, with the added bonus of protecting the surfaces that it is rolled on. The Kibble Nibbles is suitable only for dry biscuits and treats, it will dispense food as your pooch rolls the toy around.
The Kibble Nibble comes in 2 sizes, the small is approximately 12cm long x 10cm wide, suitable for dogs under 15kg. While the large is approximately 16cm long x 15cm wide and for dogs over 15kg. The toy unscrews for easy filling and cleaning. This is a great foraging toy that is easy to get your pet started on and continue to use even once they’re experienced foragers. Do keep in mind that it is not ruggedly tough so may not be suitable for dogs that are destructive or like to chew. I would recommend the Kong Wobbler large or Busy Buddy Twist n Treat for these pets. Please do contact me for further suggestions also 🙂
Kong Dog Wobbler (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$33.00 – $42.00
The KONG-shaped Wobbler is an action-packed treat and food dispensing toy. It sits upright until pushed by a dog’s paw or nose and then periodically dispenses tasty rewards as it wobbles, spins and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned Wobbler users. The Wobbler can also be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to help slow and extend mealtime while providing exercise for your dog. Unscrews for easy filling and cleaning.
The Kong Wobbler comes in 2 sizes, the small is suitable for dogs under 15kg. While the large is for dogs over 15kg. The toy unscrews for easy filling and cleaning. This is a very sturdy toy! Check out the videos to see it in use and also what it puts up with, I toss mine over the railing each morning to land a level below!
JW Treat Tower (2 Sizes)0 out of 5$29.60 – $39.20
The Treat Tower toy made by JW is a clever design with an adjustable level of difficulty. It sits upright, with a weighted base, until pushed by a dog’s paw or nose. When pushed it wobbles, spins, rolls and tilts, releasing treats as it does. There are 3 levels within the toy and each has opening(s) into the next level. At the bottom level there are openings for the food to fall out for your pooch to retrieve. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned foragers and thanks to the 3 different opening sizes within the levels, you can adjust the difficulty of the toy for different biscuit sizes or to make it harder as your pooch learns. The Treat Tower can be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to help slow and extend mealtime while providing exercise for your dog. Unscrews for easy cleaning, though it can be filled from the top without having to open.
The Treat Tower comes in 2 sizes, the small is suitable for dogs under 12kg. While the large is for dogs over 12kg (or for smaller dogs that you would like to provide a more difficult challenge). Both sizes have the same number of levels, however the small has only 1 opening per level and the large has 2 openings per level. They both have 3 different size options for these openings.
The bottom level (from inside the toy, to outside for your pet to retrieve) has 4 openings that are not adjustable, however you can cover some of these openings internally if you’d like to. Scroll to the side of the images to see more than the preview.
Outward Hound Treat Triad Puzzle Toy0 out of 5$29.80
A nice, simple foraging puzzle for your small breed dog. Your pup needs to lift the lid of the compartment with his nose to get the reward inside. There’s a scent opening in the lids of each of the 3 compartments. The light green piece on the top of the toy can be spun to block or partially block the lid from opening, to make this toy more complex (your pet will need to turn that piece before he can open the lid of the compartments). The spinning piece can also be tightened to make it more difficult for your dog as he becomes better and better at the toy.
Suitable for wet and dry foods.