About Outward Hound Nina Ottoson Interactive Dog Toy
Closeouts. Keep Fido entertained and happy with Outward Hound's Nina Ottoson dog toys. Scent guides your pooch to discover treats you've hidden inside any of these interactive doggy games, delivering long-lasting fun.
Specs about Outward Hound Nina Ottoson Interactive Dog Toy
- Material: Composite
- Made in China
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No challenge and NOT a stellar OttossonVerified Buyer Reviewed by Sal615 from Tennessee on Wednesday, March 7, 2018There is NOTHING on the box that says this is an Ottosson designed toy. (It's made in China). If this is a true Ottosson, it was poorly conceived in my opinion. Very disappointed. This might be good for puppies... to develop a positive association with a moving object. However, there is no 'dispensing while moving' - you can't 'store' food in the center, it all immediately drops into the teeter 'spoons'. I had much higher expectations for this toy. Save your money.
Triple Treater is not a challengeVerified Buyer Reviewed by missywilliams from Columbia, MO on Tuesday, January 30, 2018The treats slide right out into the bowls without having to tip it any one direction. There is no challenge or problem solving to this one.
MehVerified Buyer Reviewed by Matty from Colorado on Wednesday, November 2, 2016My dog is an idiot, and had this thing figured out in 30 seconds. So much for keeping him entertained. Then he proceeded destroy it a few minutes later. I'd have been better off with finding him a stick in terms of entertainment value and durability.
Fun for a short timeVerified Buyer Reviewed by lvjbird from Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, October 27, 2016The first time I used this my dog took awhile to figure it out. Since then he knows just what to do and the fun doesn't last long! I think you could use it as a tool for slowing down a meal for a smaller dog since you can fill it up with treats or kibble and it self-dispenses. I already use puzzle bowls for feeding.
The little flaps also get stuck in the up position sometimes so that sort of defeats the purpose of having them figure it out.
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