With our cute Ping Pong Puzzle Toy Interactive challenging dog toy, you can stimulate your puppy's brain and have a blast at the same time! This unique toy is a tricky and activating game for you and your dog. Hide treats in the nook let your dog look for the goodies by trying to pull the discs to the side with his paw or nose. Your pup will love the reward for a job well done, and you'll love watching him put on that doggy thinking cap!
Why our dog needs an interactive toy?
1. They’re great for sensitive tummies
Did you know that cognitive toys aren’t just for dispensing treats? You can actually feed your dog his entire meal using certain food puzzles. They are an excellent choice for slowing down pooches who eat too quickly and preventing unpleasant side effects like vomiting and indigestion.
2.They provide much-needed exercise
Depending on a dog’s age, size and health, they should get anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours of exercise each day. This can be difficult to provide when you are busy with work, kids and everyday life. With a food puzzle, you not only give your dog the exercise they need to keep their body healthy, but also the mental stimulation they need to stay sharp.
3. They help prevent anxiety
Have you ever noticed that the busier you stay, the less you dwell on the stressors in your life? The same is true for dogs! When a pup with separation anxiety is home alone with nothing to do, he is more likely to fret about the fact that you are gone. Food puzzles make excellent distractions for worried doggy minds.
4. They help prevent dementia in older pets
As we age it’s important to exercise our brains in order to stave off issues like memory loss. Evidence has shown that the same is true for aging dogs. Food puzzles are a great way to keep them thinking and problem-solving as they head into their senior years – kind of like Mental Floss for dogs.
5. They’re fun
Dogs enjoy a good challenge every now and then. Cognitive toys have plenty of health and behavioral benefits, but all your dog cares about is that they’re fun to solve.