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Monday, May 30, 2016

Collies got Game!

For our second review, we were sent this fun game created by Outward Hound from the awesome folks at Chewy.com.  The idea is simple, you hide the treats in the compartments, and your dog or puppies, have to figure out how to lift away the block to get the treats hidden inside.



It's a fun concept, and helps keep your dogs or puppies entertained, while helping to build their problem solving abilities.

Team Effort!



Maybe Mom can help?

Maybe if I just keep licking it?

Now that's using her paws!

We love these type of games, and we encourage you try one with your dog!  We will admit our collies haven't figured out how to lift up the blocks yet, but I bet they will.  Kori finally solved the game in her own way, she tipped it over so all the treats just spilled out.  While she doesn't get any points for finesse, she did get the job done!  lol  You can order one of these Outward Hound Doggy Blocks Spinner interactive toys by clicking on this link.  They are made with durable food-safe plastic and they are BPA, PVC, & phthalate free.  Thanks Chewy.com for sending us this toy, the collies  and puppies sure had fun!


8 comments:

  1. Sampson isn't fond of these games but I think that's because basically he's lazy. LOL Delilah however loves them and she is super smart to figure them out too.

    I love that you are letting the puppies try the game!

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  2. sweet! We love our puzzle
    Snorts
    Lily & Edward

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  3. AREN'T they FUN????

    Now when WE bought that one, from CHEWY.COM two or so years ago... Mom noticed that we had trouble getting hold of them EASILY... so she tied a strand of YARN to each one... and we mastered it quick as a wink... THEN she started taking the strings off ... one by one. We can do it WITHOUT the strings Now...
    THOSE are Super Duper pictures of you with the puzzle. Isn't it grand that they can so QUICKLY and EASILY be ordered from Chewy.com? Love those folks. Enjoy YOURS as much as we like OURS.

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  4. The important thing is getting the treats, not the technique :-)

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  5. Some dogs will also look to their humans for help with difficult toys. Have you seen that with the collies?

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  6. Great review! I may have to get one for my daughters Standard Poodle pup.
    Wags,
    Noreen and Hunter

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  7. We LOVE puzzle toys, and that one looks like fun! We'll ask our person to keep an eye out for it!

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  8. I love it too and I love this supercute review... Easy is on the way to help... butt he probably will eat the whole game LOL

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