Monday, May 27, 2013

This Interactive Feeder is A-Mazing!

Happy Memorial Day!

Kelly and I are taking time this weekend to remember those lost in service to our, women and Kelly says don't forget military dogs too.

Memorial Day weekend also marks the beginning of summer, picnics, bbqs and summer fun. This weekend Kelly got into some fun of her own.

We were sent a sample of the Buster DogMaze by The Company of Animals, and Kelly couldn't wait to try it out! All you do is drop a few morsels of kibble in the tracks, and watch your dog work to get it out.

Kelly didn't take too long to master the maze, and sometimes she was able to get the food out without working it through the tracks. Maybe a dog with a bigger nose would have more trouble. I tried different size treats to see if it made a difference.

A Four Paw Review!
Even though it isn't difficult, Kelly clearly enjoys the DogMaze. She gets excited when she sees it, and wags while she works. This is definitely a fun toy. It's also a great way to engage her mind in a problem-solving activity.

Don't Inhale Your Food
Another great use for the DogMaze is to slow down feeding time for dogs who gobble and gulp their food. Food gulping can lead to problems such as burping, indigestion, choking and other digestive issues.

We highly recommend Buster DogMaze for any dog!

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*Full Disclosure: We were provided with one Buster DogMaze to sample. This in no way influenced my review. The opinions expressed here are 100% my own.

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  1. We love those interactive toys here. Keeps our little minds from turning to mush!

    Happy Memorial Day to all! And God Bless our troops still out there protecting us.

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  3. OMD, I got Max a treat puzzle and all he did was look at it, sniff and walk off no matter what I tried! It was funny - so typical if Max! Glad your experience was fun! ;)

  4. We love interactive toys too! I've been wanting to try this with Luna or their Green Feeder. Excellent review!

  5. Elizabeth BergesenMay 28, 2013 at 11:30 PM

    I have always wondered about this bowl - and after seeing the video I now know that it won't work for my Dachshund who has a very pointy snout, but for my Golden it would be okay!

  6. That's what I was thinking too...although my golden probably would have just looked at the maze and hoped someone would take the treat out and give it to him!

  7. I look forward to hearing how Luna like it.

  8. You are probably so super smart you need a lot of clever toys! :)


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