Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Week of Christmas Giveaways Day #3: Tennis Slider Review and Giveaway

A Week of Christmas Giveaways Day #3!
Today--Tennis Slider


















Kyjen provided us with a Tennis Slider Dog Toy Puzzle to review. I thought this toy would be a big hit, especially with Ike who LOVES tennis balls. The puzzle works by hiding a tennis ball behind rotating panels. Treats are also put behind the panels, to help guide your dog to the hidden treats. The toy is challenging, well-made and durable. The only trouble for us was that the treats became the sole focus, and the dogs had no interest at all in the tennis balls. The game was a bit too complicated for poor Ike, but Kelly mastered it quite well. This game would be excellent for your intelligent dogs who like a challenge!





















Today's giveaway: Your choice of Cross slider OR Tennis slider toy.
(Sorry, U.S. residents only eligible.)
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*Full Disclosure- We were given one toy to review and one to give away. This in no way influenced my review. Opinions here are 100% my own.

12 comments:

  1. Jedi and I LOVE puzzle toys. Unfortunately he figures them out pretty quickly (sometimes less than a minute) and I feel I've wasted my money. I haven't seen this one. Thanks for the review!

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  2. I think my pugs would love a puzzle toy. We have not tried them on one yet.

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  3. i have tried similar toys with treats but my girls just could not get the hang of it. would love to try again. i think it helps with their concentration.

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  4. This would be good for my Sissy who is food motivated. She would have to work for her treats and dinner.

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  5. A challenging AND durable toy!

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  6. I think my guys would like using their brains trying to figure it out especially if there is a tennis ball involved!

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  7. Jada loves puzzle toys! She would like to try this one out!

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  8. Both of my dogs love interactive toys. They're high energy and highly intelligent- it keeps their minds and bodies busy.

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  9. I have two dogs that love playing with balls more than anything :) I think they would love this puzzle toy!

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  10. i now princess would she 1 but them once king who is 6 xmas would check it out two he can not be left out

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  11. The interactive toys are wonderful for our special pals. Snowplow, our St. Bernard loves tennis balls and the stimulation of this type of slider toy.This type of interaction with his toys is great fun for him and for the children to watch as they play with him. rene chartier (medicus0911@gmail.com)

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Kelly and Ike say thank you for your comments!

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