From the pictures it seems like the dog has to pull the strings and pick up the little towers to get the treats out, which would be at least a bit challenging. However all my dog had to do was nudge the toy with her nose and the whole thing fell apart. I definitely put it together properly. I’m glad I got it free with my zoo plus points because I wouldn’t be happy if I paid for this. I will try it with my cats, it might be better for them.
Jemma Loves it
Brilliant intelligence toy, my border terrier gets so excited when I fill it with treats and puts it on the floor. She can now do it in about a minute but still gets so much enjoyment from it and I love watching her.
Also good for cats!
I have a very intelligent Ragdoll cat that gets bored easily. To help distract him I started buying the intelligence toys for cats but he mastered these within a couple of minutes - my other Raggies are still trying to figure them out! Although this is a dog toy it is actually suitable for some cats too - the pieces not being too big for them to move etc. He has worked out how to do it but this is one of his favouites.
Not as easy as it looks!
My dachshund has really been stimulated by this toy. Admittedly, she is not the smartest, but it has been perfect for us!