Wooden intelligence toy for small animals, can be filled with snacks, promotes intelligence, dexterity & satisfaction, with two different mechanisms, non-slip, made of real wood
For the contentment and balance of your little friend, a varied daily enclosure routine with physical and mental activity is crucial. Creative challenges like the Kerbl Thinking & Learning Toy Snack Box are ideal for this. It combines two hiding places for treats
whose lids can be opened with different mechanisms. While one lid can be flipped open, the other has to be turned to reach the delicious snacks. This promotes dexterity and intelligence. Success is directly rewarded with a treat and increases self-confidence and thus general well-being.
The rubber studs on the underside
prevent slipping and thus make it easier to successfully open the lids. Don't worry if your little darling nibbles on the wood, because it is harmless, untreated real wood
. The Kerbl Thinking & Learning Toy Snack Box stays exciting for longer if it is filled with a changing range of different nibbles, fruit and vegetables. Ideally, you should alternate between different thinking and learning games.
Kerbl Thinking & Learning Toy Snackbox at a glance:
- Stimulating thinking toy for small animals
- Different play modes: open by opening or turning, challenging & varied
- As a reward: recesses can be filled with snacks, vegetables or fruit
- Keeps busy & fun: relieves boredom in the enclosure
- With rubber feet: prevent slipping during play
- Made of real wood: untreated, harmless, can also be nibbled on
- Colour: natural
- Material: real wood (untreated)
- Overall dimensions: approx. L 21 x W 11 x H 3.5 cm
- Turning flap: L 8,5 x W 8,5 x H 1 cm
- Lifting flap: L 9,5 x W 8,5 H 1 cm
- 2 x lining recesses: Ø 5 x H 1.5 cm
- Cleaning instructions: wipe regularly with a damp cloth
: As with any other product, you should supervise your pet when it is playing with this toy. Please check the product regularly for damage and replace the toy if it is defective or if parts are lost, otherwise injury to the animal cannot be ruled out.