PAW5 | Puzzle Feeders and Environmental Enrichment For Dogs
For dogs, the ($10.84) is another egg-shaped puzzle feeder built to roll around and withstand paw action from larger dogs.
Whether you buy a toy or feeder, or create your own, always keep your dog’s safety in mind. You don’t want her to chew off and ingest foreign objects. My own dogs enjoy their food puzzles under the kitchen table while we eat dinner; this keeps them busy yet close enough for us to supervise.
When selecting an interactive feeder or puzzle toy for a raw diet, look for something that features holes and crevices you can easily stuff the food into. It’s also very important to pick something that’s going to be easy to clean properly. I recommend products such as rubber toys, puzzle bowls(see image above), the rubber toy, and brain games. Regardless of your dog’s chewing style, she will love these durable toys!
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Like most of you, I feed my dogs twice a day. If they wolf it down in 10 seconds, they spend the rest of the day trying to entertain themselves… But if they have to figure out how to get those pieces of kibble and treats, and they spend 10 minutes working on it, I have exhausted, happy dogs. That’s especially important for me because my bored dogs are anxious dogs. Plus, slowing down during mealtime is always a good thing. Here are some of my favorite home-made food puzzles:PAW5 Rock 'N Bowl Puzzle Feeder Dog Bowl - Fun Interactive Enrichment Dog Dish - Slow Feeder For Dogs - Stops Bloating - BPA and phthalate-free plastic Made in the USA
Pets with limited mobility or indoor pets with puzzle feeders. This is especially true for older dogs that still have a sharp mind, even though they don’t move as quickly as they did in their younger years. has a series of plush puzzles for the dogs who love to take things apart and prefer toys for their softer mouths. Hide-A-Bee and Hide-A-Squirrel all have a large base that is filled with smaller plush toys that the dogs can take out from the stump or hive. These are fun, durable toys that are perfect for dogs who love plush toys and haven’t quite mastered the more difficult feeding puzzles. Choose a size, the number of “filler” toys and set them up a different way each time so your dogs never get bored.