Wobble Bowl Interactive Treat Puzzle Dog Toy

Wobble Bowl Interactive Treat Puzzle Dog Toy


Makes feeding time fun.  Replace your standard bowl with the Wobble Bowl to make meal time fun! This combination slow feeder and treat puzzle will help slow down your dog’s eating pace while exercising your dog’s mind. The Wobble bowl holds up to a cup of food or treats.

Treat puzzle’s provides a fun physical & mental challenge for your pup. Regardless of their age, size or breed, this puzzle toy is great for dog’s that need to slow their eating pace or need an outlet for extra energy. The clear lid allows dogs to see their treats and encourages them to work for their reward.

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  • Height approx. 9cm and width 28cm
  • Fights boredom by keeping your dog busy – Boredom Busters
  • Helps reduce destructive behavior by exercising your dog´s mind.
  • Strengthen the bond with your dog.
  • Fun for all dogs – regardless of age & size.

HOW TO PLAY: Remove stopper from the lid. Pour food or treats into the Wobble Bowl. To make it easier in the beginning, you can shake it slightly to disperse the food. Close the lid properly with the stopper. Place the game on the floor, show your dog how to wobble it back and forth with his nose or paws until the food falls out on the sides. The transparent lid with visible food or treats motivates the dog to work on getting all the pieces. The Wobble Bowl works great with both dry kibble and treats.

Always supervise: Play together and supervise your dog closely. If your dog wants to chew on the game, correct and redirect their behaviour in a gentle and positive way. Start over as quickly as possible and get their attention back on the treats or kibble.

Note: This is not a chew toy

Every dog plays differently and, since not all toys are created equal, it’s always best to keep a close watch on your pup in case things get ruff. Supervised play will help toys last longer and most importantly keep your pal safe. No dog toy is truly indestructible, so always remove the toy from playtime if it shows signs of wear and tear. nat