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Interactive Toys Spinner Feeder Game for dog maser

 Keep your dog busy and happy with this challenging dog toy from Nina Ottosson. The level 2 dog treat dispenser game features sliding blocks and swiveling flippers which hide compartments for dog snacks or kibble. Mentally stimulating and entertaining for both dogs and owners – your dog will have to work hard and solve the dog puzzles to win a reward! Made of a unique composite material, the interactive dog game has no removable parts and is easily washable as needed. A great dog puzzle toy for smart dogs, the puzzle feeder dog toy is an ideal boredom buster – every dog toy box needs a treat dispensing dog toy to keep dogs busy for hours.


PLAY TIME CHALLENGE: The ultimate exercise for learning and playtime, the Nina Ottosson Dog Worker can be filled with treats to exercise your dog’s mind, and strengthen the bond between you and your dog through interactive play. Watch your dog figure out how to be a puzzle master! 

REAL WOOD LOOK: The Nina Ottosson Dog Worker is made to look like real wood, but its unique composite material has all the benefits of both wood and plastic and is more durable than wood and easy to clean.

CHALLENGING FUN: Elevated play pieces in this Dog Worker help dogs retrieve treats and move pieces while keeping them entertained and engaged with no interference to fun! Nina Ottosson Dog Games and puzzles are great for dogs of all ages, breeds and sizes. This level 3 dog game is especially recommended for more challenging play, but can be used with dogs of all play levels.

NO REMOVABLE PARTS: This dog game has built in play pieces that don’t come out when your dog plays with it. Durable construction also helps to keep this dog toy intact, making it your new go-to dog game time after time.

LEVEL 3 CHALLENGE: A bit more challenging than Level 2 Nina Ottosson dog games and dog training puzzles, the Dog Worker helps to challenge your dog in new ways, while presenting them with tasty treat rewards with each discovery! If your dog has mastered introductory puzzles, Level 3 games are a smart choice!

HOW TO PLAY: Place treats in circular blocks and compartments in the base. Swivel flippers to cover tracks and lock spinning top. Let the games begin! Place game on floor and encourage your pet to seek treats. Dogs are smarter than you think. Sometimes we just need to teach them! Swivel flippers off the tracks to make this game easier and show your dog how the blocks slide.

FROZEN PUZZLE: Mix some canned/wet dog food or raw food with water, pour some of the mixture in the hollows, or place a small piece of sausage or a tasty treat in each of the hollows, pour a little water, put the game in the freezer and let it set. Perfect for energetic dogs, hot weather, or just extended fun.

PLAY TOGETHER: Nina Ottosson Dog Puzzle Games focus on challenging your dog’s brain. Supervise when playing, and don´t let the dog chew on the toy. Teach your dog how to use the puzzle, play and have fun together. Put away until next time.

EASY TO CLEAN: To wash your dog’s DogWorker, simply remove all treats/kibble and hand wash with warm soapy water, rinse clean and dry. Fill again for more fun!


 What is this made of, plastic, pressed board?

It’s plastic. Also very durable. I have an 80 lb American bulldog. He likes to lift the flaps, grab a hold of the flaps, and “throw” the game to the side. He learned most treats fall out that way. Lazy cheater. Regardless, the game is still fully in tact, and flaps easily pop back on. Some of the white bone middle covers have been chewed on, and still fit perfectly for intended use. 

Will this work for a large dog or are the moving parts too small? For reference my dog is over 80 lbs. Thanks! 

 Hi, I have a 78# greyhound, and this is one of his favorite toys. He gets part of his kibble ration in one of these every day. Mostly, he uses his nose to move the small parts around, but he does sometimes use his paw to rotate the large circle in the middle. I hope this info helps!

 I have an “extremely aggressive chewer”. Will this hold up?

This product is a treat puzzle and not a chew toy. It is not meant to be chewed, and we recommend supervised use only. No.. it is not durable enough for an aggressive chewer if he/she is doing this puzzle unsupervised.

Is this toy dishwasher safe? This product is not dishwasher safe. We recommend washing it with warm soapy running water and rinsing thoroughly. If you have any additional questions please let us know! My little maltese is very smart. Most doggie puzzles but he solves in about 1 minute!! Looking for something very challenging. How hard is this one? Hello! We offer 3 levels of Games - Level 1: Easy, Level 2: Intermediate, Level 3: Advanced. This is a Level 3 Game and considered advanced because the dog must complete a series of steps to get the treat rewards. You can start easier with this game by not locking the blue pieces into place, making it easier for the dog to side them around and find the rewards. Once they get better at it, you can increase the difficulty by locking the blue pieces into place with the white locks. The dog will need to pull the lock out in order to move the blue top pieces and uncover the treats. You can vary the difficulty for your Maltese! If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact our Customer Care Team How many uneven bone pieces come with this puzzle? This item comes with 3 bones, one for each level.


 It is actually pretty challenging for the dog if you know how to fill it. You can put the treats through the holes in the knobs, and when the dog pushes the knob over the round dents, the treat will fall in. So this is actually a multi-step puzzle:
Step 1: push the "wings" out of the way
Step 2: push the knobs over the dent, so the treat will fall into the dent
Step 3: push the knob back to its original position, so it no longer blocks the dent.
Step 4: fish out the treat
Step 5: repeat 7 times, because that's how many knobs there are.
Occasionally a neighboring wing will also get in the way of trying to move one of the knobs, which adds the extra challenge of figuring out why the knob isn't moving, and solving that problem!
It's great!