Pet Zone IQ Treat Ball Exercises Your Dog’s Brain
All dogs love toys. From worn out tennis balls to interactive puzzles, each pooch has its favorite. But, if your dog is one smart cookie, they’ll adore this one!
Designed to offer three different levels of difficulty, Pet Zone IQ Treat Ball is an excellent choice for canines with active minds. Intelligent dogs get bored more easily, and need engaging, stimulating toys to keep them interested and occupied, and that’s precisely what this little ball does.
The mechanism is simple in theory: you fill the ball with treats and watch your pooch try to fish it out of the toy. However, getting to the food is not an easy task, even when you’re a four-legged genius. The inner disks increase the difficulty level, so, depending on your dog’s craftiness, you can make the task easier for them or amp up the challenge.
Made from pet-friendly, high-quality plastic, the ball accommodates most small treats or kibble. However, if your dog has a favorite food, you can include that as well- like beef jerky or carrots chopped up in tiny pieces. It’s crucial to pick treats that your dog loves, because yummies are what motivates the pooch to put their problem-solving skills to work! The toy is easy to assemble and clean, so no need to worry about nasty food leftovers and bacteria.
Pet Zone IQ Treat Ball is a playful twist on the slow feeding bowls, so it can be a fun option for dogs who gobble down their meals in seconds. The complex dispensing mechanism will force your pooch to eat their food one bite at the time, instead of snarfing it all up. Eating at a slow pace promotes better digestion and prevents bloating in dogs, so if you have a greedy little gremlin on your hands, consider serving all of their meals in this toy.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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