Nina Ottoson Dog Finder Interactive Game
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An exciting game for your dog to ward off boredom. You provide the treat(s) and Dog Finder will provide the fun.
With this puzzle, your dog is challenged to learn to slide plastic bones both horizontally & vertically with either their nose or paw to find the hidden treats.
On a difficulty scale from 1 being low to 3 being high, this game is a 2.
"This is my favorite toy for hiding natural treats and keeping my dogs active when it's cold outside."
- Ruth Jeffers
ALWAYS supervise your pet with ANY treat or toy.
- Brand: Nina Ottoson
- Type: Interactive
- Difficulty: 2
My dog loves this, it didn't take her long to figure it out and she can solve it within 10 to 15 minutes, but she just get so excited when I pull this out, time to get a harder one for her! I highly recommend this, my lab can't get enough of it!
"Not THAT challenging"
this game takes MUCH longer to set up than for them to play. It still is a great first NINA because there are so many of the treat compartments and it helps them get the idea of what they need to do for other NINA games as well. If you don't have the patience ti set up all the compartments, get the dog magic.it takes up less room than the Finder.
"Awesome Brain Game Toy"
Nina's toys are awesome, brain game toys. I recommend them to my clients all the time. Use under supervision and watch your dog think. Well worth the investment!
"Excellent Starter Toy"
This is the first Nina Ottosson puzzle toy I've got for my dogs, and it's a very good start. It's still not easy for them, and it makes them think about how to get to what they smell under those bones. I do have to watch so my big Dobie boy doesn't chew up the bones to get to the toy. It's a toy that needs supervision, but it's so much fun to watch my dogs figure out, why wouldn't I want to watch? It's a nice addition to our toy room.
"Good intro toy"
In terms of Nina Ottoson toys, this is definitely one of the easier ones. All the bones simply slide in place. Two bones are next to each other. The dog dislodges one and then can slide the second bone out and retrieve the treat. I?ÇÖve four different toys and returned this because I am a silly human and didn?ÇÖt understand how it worked until I received it. If your dog has done the Brick or any toy more difficult than the Spinny, this will be too easy. However, as a first time learning toy this is a good choice.