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Amazing Dog Activity Flip Board

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  • Amazing Dog Activity Flip Board
  • Amazing Dog Activity Flip Board

Super Cheap Dog Store

Amazing Dog Activity Flip Board

Was : $37.90
Price:$18.95
You Save:$18.95(50%)
  • Description
  • For intermediate canine players
  • Flip lids using knobs
  • Slide disks to side
  • Lift up cones note that design prevents cones from being knocked over they must be lifted straight up to remove
  • Vary number and placement of treats to increase level of difficulty
  • Red/Yellow/Black

Customer Feedback

★★★☆☆Three Stars

Color: Red/Yellow/Black

My puppy is about 40 pounds and nine months old. She figured out all the puzzles the first try and by the third she learned if she picked the thing up and flipped it over she could get all the treats at once without the hassle.


★★★★★ Five Stars

Color: Red/Yellow/Black

As a veterinarian, I am always interested in simple ways to improve health and decrease pet stress. Feeding toys such as this are based on studies done on farm animals and in zoos which show that mental stimulation leads to decreased stress. It's a simple concept-- think of the depression that often results when a human is chronically unemployed.I like toys like this for a few reasons. First, a lot of our pets simply bolt all of their food. This kind of toy can help slow them down and put them on a more "mindful" track of eating. Second, pet boredom is pretty big problem considering the indoor lifestyle that most of our pets currently live. I see stress related behavioral problems in both dogs and cats on a regular basis. A multi modal approach to giving our furry kids a good life is important in helping to prevent stress and behavioral problems.Although I feed my cat a primarily wet food based diet, I actually bought this toy and a cat specific Trixie toy which allows me to add bits of wet food to the wells for my senior cat. He can do both and he gets very excited when they come out. I do not, however, actually add treats to this toy or the cat specific toy as suggested. I add either small amounts of very low-calorie dry food, flakes of dried bonito fish, cat grass leaves, or, in the summer, fresh cat nip leaves to the various compartments.It doesn't really matter what I put in here, he loves the challenge regardless. In fact, I would recommend things like little frozen dollops of canned food and a different brand of kibble vs. several high calorie treats. Even if your pet is lazy most of them will enjoy engaging in this, particularly if you put it out at meal time Instead of the giant bowl of empty mindless calories known as the food bowl.

★★★★★ Five Stars

Color: Red/Yellow/Black

This was my first dog puzzle purchase and I'm happy I got it. My dogs get excited everytime they see it, five dogs. I space out how often I bust this toy out so they don't get bored with it. Pictured is Mac. My only pup who can get this done in under 3 minutes lolI added a photo to scale the size of the compartments. Hope this helps!



★★★★★ Five Stars

Color: Red/Yellow/Black

Our pup absolutely loves this. She sees us putting in the treats, and pounces on this as soon as we lower it to the ground. It should take your dog a couple of days to figure it out, then they are "Ho Humyawn" as they open all the levers, and pick up the parts to reveal the treats, with their mouth and teeth. The center part is more difficult for them as the center pieces needs to be picked up and don't knock over easily. This should keep them occupied anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes at a time. Sometimes I fill it up with dog food, and it makes mealtime fun.


★★★★☆ Four Stars

Color: Red/Yellow/Black

I love this thing, and so does my puppy!Firstly, unless your dog is disabled, start it off with level 2. My corgi without a doubt has ADHD, but still figured this thing out fairly quickly.I can not describe the joy in watching him play with this. He gets so excited (he is easily motivated by food.) He seems to think its a magical treat dispenser now, because he will move everything, put it back, and then do it again, in some lame attempt to make treats reappear.The reason i gave it 4/5 is because it was too easy to solve. I expected this to challenge my pup more.


★★★★☆ Four Stars

Color: Red/Yellow/Black

My cat figured out the entire system at the first go, within the first two minutes. I was actually quite surprised as the puzzle has quite a few elements to master. But then again, she's highly food motivated. It's still fun for her and she gets excited every time I bring it out. I will try the Level 3 to see if it provides more of a challenge.

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