Maybe my little ugly beast is smarter than I thought she was. She figured this toy out very fast and it isn't that challenging for her. You put the treats in and do all the things the instructions say and she goes right to it to get the treats out.
One time she couldn't get the little plastic "bone" out of the slot with her mouth or paw but she knew that is what needed to be done to get the treat.
So what does she do? She uses her nose to flip the entire thing upside down and gets all the treats at once!
Now if I just put the toy down she thinks she is gettin' some treats and starts spinning away.
While it was a bit fun at first, the fact she sees no challenges in this toy makes it hard to recommend it.
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Give your dog hours of interactive fun with the Company of Animals Nina Ottosson Dog Tornado Interactive Plastic Toy. It requires your dog to dislodge the removable bones and turn the revolving sections to find the treats hidden underneath. It’s easy for him to play, so he won’t become frustrated and discouraged. You can place treats under one, several, or all of the bones to vary the game’s difficulty. By switching the location of the treats, you can encourage your pet to really focus and explore. Dog Tornado is great stimulation for your pet, requiring mental and physical dexterity to play. Great for all ages and breeds. No assembly required.