Kyjen Dog Games Kibble Drop Dog Toy
Challenge. Teach. Play.
Natural Play Patterns
Digging, scavenging, gnawing, and pawing are natural dog behaviors. They are what make our dogs...dogs. So we shouldn't be surprised when they chew on our shoes and dig up the garden, because that's just normal dog stuff. Still, we often consider these natural behaviors to be behavioral problems.
Dog Games Puzzle Toys are designed with these natural play patterns in mind. In order to solve our different treat-seeking puzzles, dogs must dig, scavenge, gnaw, and paw at them. And, by allowing them to engage in these natural behaviors, puzzle toys create appropriate outlets for destructive tendencies. Dog Games Puzzle Toys promise more than just play: they allow our dogs to be themselves
Healthy Eating Habits
In addition to inspiring natural play patterns, our games are designed to encourage natural eating habits as well. Because dogs descend from wolves that scavenged for their food, woofing down their daily ration down all at once is both unnatural and unhealthy. Vets commonly recommend our treat-hiding puzzles as alternatives to traditional doggy bowls. By slowing down feeding times, these toys reduce the risks for bloat, digestive problems, and regurgitation.
Fun For Everyone
Our dogs don't just want to play, they want to play with us. So we design our toys to inspire fun interaction between pet parents and their pooches. In fact, the human component of our games is part of what makes them so entertaining. Dogs enjoy the encouragement and socialization they receive, while their families have fun helping them to solve the puzzles. With these games, everyone wins.
Because every dog is different, the Dog Games line is made up of a diverse selection of toys. We offer everything from treat-hiding puzzles and tennis ball games to agility kits and ball launchers. As we continue to dream up new ways of inspiring play, we are moving beyond the one-trick toys of the past. We don't just make dog toys; we make dog toys better.
It's Easy To Play With The Dog Games Kibble Drop
When you drop treats into the top of the Kibble Drop, they randomly fall into one four legs on the base of the toy. Dogs then must use their paws or nose to lift up the treat-hiding flaps and retrieve the hidden treats. Strategically placed scent holes over each flap trigger your dog's curiosity. Plus, rubber "feet" hold the toy in place so playtime doesn't get too rowdy. In addition to providing mental stimulation, the Kibble Drop is great for slowing down feeding times for overeager eaters.
- Before playing with the Kibble Drop, carry some treats over to your dog. Let your dog smell the treats, and watch as you place them inside the toy.
- Let your dog sniff the toy to figure out where the treats are located. Show your pup how to lift the flaps if the toy proves too difficult at first.
- Remember to praise your dog for lifting the flaps and finding the treats. To make the challenge more difficult place only one treat inside the toy at a time.
All Dog Games Puzzle Toys have anti-slip pads, are non-toxic, and dishwasher safe. They are made with materials that comply with FDA guidelines for food contact.
Weight: 8.96 oz Dimensions: 3in x 6in x 12in 76.2mm x 152.4mm x 304.8mm
Remove all packaging before play. The Kibble Drop is not a chew toy, and is intended for supervised play only. If puzzle toy becomes damaged, discard immediately.