JW Treat Tower is a cutting-edge playful learning activity and treat dispensing toy.
JW Treat Tower is a cutting-edge playful learning activity and treat dispensing toy. This playful learning activity toy has a tough nylon frame with creatively styled openings. Suitable for a variety of treats, insert them in the top and they randomly come out the bottom. This toy entertains and holds up to rugged play and the difficulty level can be adjusted making it more challenging as your dog learns.
WARNING! For supervised play only.
- Certified non-toxic
- Fill with kibble or small treatsD
- Difficulty level can be adjusted making it more challenging as your dog learns
13.5 x 11cm
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My dog loves this treat dispenser! She has quite a few other toys so had no problem working out how to access the treats from the tower on its easiest setting. What I love about this tower though, is the ability to alter the difficulty in 2 different ways, both by making the holes in the different segments differently aligned so that the treats don't just fall straight out and by making the holes in each segment bigger or smaller (there are 3 different sized holes). This allows me to alter the difficulty depending on the size of the treats/kibble being used and has really helped to keep Bella interested - she will walk away if a toy/treat dispenser isn't challenging enough. So far, this one is holding her interest and her little face lights up when she sees it coming out. We love it.
All my dogs and my client's dogs love this little treat tower. Some dogs figure it out really quickly and some need a bit more time but they're all having fun. I like how it's difficult for the dog to pick it up and it has a nice, heavy bottom that keeps it upright even with more motivated and pushy dogs. The only thing I would like to see is another, even smaller hole for an even higher challenge and maybe a rubber bottom part so that it's not that noisy on hard floors.