Puzzle Dog Toys at Two Bostons Pet Boutique in Naperville, IL.

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Hi there!! The girlz just love their puzzle toys and we have gotten a few from Amazon and one for Christmas from Chewy. It does not matter how many times they play. They ADORE their games!! Very similar to the ones that Sugar has. Also wanted to let you know that we stopped over at PetCo today to pick up some Pawz Boots for LadyBug. She is having a terrible time with these freezing temperatures. Her paws are freezing to the ground and I had to do something!! In all of the years we have lived here, we have never had a problem…until this unusually FRIGID winter. Chloe does not seem to be bothered at all!!
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Puzzle Toys: Puzzle toys aren’t just for dogs! Pet stores and Pinterest have plenty of puzzles just for felines. Here’s how to make my favorite DIY cat puzzle toy: Cut the top off a tissue box. Stack and glue toilet paper rolls to fill the box. Hide cat treats in random toilet paper roll compartments. Your cat will have to figure out which hold treats and pull them out! Two Bostons' Pet Blog » Best Treats for Puzzle Toys
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We’re often surprised how many pet parents make good, informed, healthy decisions about the kind of food they feed their pet, but turn around and buy unhealthy, highly processed, and chemical-filled treats to give their pets or fill their puzzle toys.A self-reloading puzzle feeder for your dog with a real bell that challenges, stimulates and feeds your dog for up to 9 hours.
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What is the Foobler?

A dog's natural instinct is to hunt and forage for food. It keeps their brain and body active and engaged. Puzzle feeders are designed for that purpose but they must be refilled after every single use. The Foobler is an automatic self-reloading puzzle feeder with 6 timer activated pods. Its like having 6 puzzle toys in one, that deliver a full day's worth of regular kibble or treats for them to enjoy.

There are many pet puzzle toys and time release feeders available, however, nothing has filled the product gap between the two. The Foobler enables controlled feeding because it eliminates overfeeding in a single meal, or worse, over-filled bowls left out for continuous snacking.

How does it work?
To fill, twist off the feeding lid, and pour in your dog's favorite kibble or treats. It can accept kibble to 3/4" in diameter and will dispense them easily while your dog plays. The Foobler can hold up to two and a half cups of kibble! That's enough for even a large dog's daily nutritional needs.

To set the time intervals, flip it over, remove the power pod, and select from 15, 30, 60 or 90 minutes on the switch. The bell will ring and the Foobler will be ready to go. We decided to use a real bell instead of a cheap digital speaker. That Pavlov guy was brilliant, and dogs always hear it!

Twist the power pod back in and push the power button. You'll see it light up and know that the Foobler is on and working! That's it! Have a nice day at work, or a quick jaunt to the gym and know that everything is going according to plan for your pooch.

We are dog owners and we know they are hard on their toys. We are striving to develop a durable product that stands up to the toughest dogs. It's made of high density polyethylene for all your harshest punishment. It is of course Patent Pending.

The Foobler can also be easily cleaned! Just pull out the power pod and wash it!

Did you already order a Foobler and want something for under the tree?

Video used with permission. Video Copyright (c) of its respective owner.There are options galore for puzzle and other treat-dispensing toys – even a bully stick works with some toys to make the bully stick last a lot longer. The best option is the one your pet loves the most – as long as it’s healthy. The second best treat is the other one you put in that toy because that one makes this game really interesting.Nina Ottosson's Dog Smart is designed for both small and large breeds. Hide a few treats in the recesses which are covered by hollow blocks and watch as your dog tries to locate the hidden treat by sense of smell. Because the blocks can not be knocked over, your dog will need to figure out how to lift the block with his teeth or paws in order to retrieve the treat. Nina Ottosson's puzzle toys for dogs will revolutionize the way you play with your pet and provide a positive outlet for your dog's energy and intellect. Remember...do not let your dog bite the Dog Smart. Play together and always supervise your dog.