When the conditioned reflex has been formed, you can put the remote controller in another room or on the front lawn, increase the level of difficulty and make the game more fun.
Easy to Use Dog IQ Training Toy!
Squeaky Dog Toy
The remote control will squeaky when dog press the button.
Easy to Cover
Align the arc position,rotate in the correct direction,easy to cover.
Adjustable Treat Dispensing
Adjust the window of the food container to slow down feeding.
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I use this to feed my 5 month Doberman one of her daily meals. She learned really fast and turned mealtime into an enrichment activity that she loves and keeps from eating too fast. I place the button on opposite side of the room and she runs back and forth to fetch the food. Worth the price!!
I'm a dog trainer always looking for new mental stimulation activities for my own dogs and my clients. This thing is great! It took some teaching my dog how to use it, but it didn't take long at all. At first I used small training treats broken into halves, then I just started using kibble. There is a mechanism inside where you can somewhat control how much/little comes out. The button requires three AAA batteries (not included). The dispenser either uses batteries or you can just plug it in. Highly recommend this over traditional puzzle toys especially for smart dogs that figure them out in 2 minutes!
Set up was easy. Our doodle figured it out right away but our other boy is still struggling. He’s lucky when his brother will push the button for him. Wish I got this for them sooner is all I can say.
This might be our new favorite treat toy! My dog learned it in about 10 min. I put a dab of Kong peanut butter on the button, then when he went to lick it, it made the boing sound (one of 2 sound options) and treats were dispensed in the tray. I said “button” when his nose hit it, and he figured it out so quickly. 10/10 recommend! I will probably get a few more of these so my other dogs won’t have to wait their turn.
LOVE this. It is a genius idea. My dog loves pushing the button and then running to the food. I definitely recommend training your dog to push the button without turning anything on first and then once they know how to push the button, turn the button on so it makes a noise and work with that for a bit. Overall LOVE this food dispenser. It is a great way to help my lab get out some of her energy end also slow down how fast she eats.