IQ Treat Ball Dog Treat Ball Slow Feeder Dog Puzzle Toy Dog Toy
An interactive dog toy is great for a variety of applications. Play fetch and throw like a Frisbee, use as a chew toy for teething puppies or even fill it with their favorite treat and let them discover how to reward themselves. The ball is made with thermoplastic rubber that is bite-resistant and healthy. Chew toys can be used for cats and dogs from large to small. The large planet-designed ball has room for cat treats, a bell or a lighted ball thatâs been scented with catnip. Attract almost any cat for long-time play.
- Slower Healthy Feeding Leak Holes in Different Sizes, fill with your dog's favorite treats, your dog plays and rolls the ball, treats will fall out to reward them for being active, promote healthy slow feeding habits, reduces bloating, and helps digestion.
- Interaction IQ Training Interactive dog puzzle helps develop your dog's intellectual skills, get your puppy a fashion food leakage toy to replace those ordinary rubber toys and chew sticks. Frisbee games enhance interaction with dogs, increase the feelings between people and dogs, keep dogs busy to avoid them damaging shoes or furniture.
- Adjustable Frequencies Training Whistle with Lanyard Different dogs respond to different frequencies. Our dog training whistle has a nut and screw that would adjust the frequency when turned. Train your dog with different commands and get them to follow your instructions. (Sit, Paw, Lay Down, Up, Heal)
- Whistle Training Note Please note that this puppy training whistle wouldn't make your dog understand your instructions immediately. It requires multiple training for your dog to listen to your commands. Use the rewarding-positive-behavior approach to make your dog a listening and obedient friend. When the dog is 3 to 7 months old the training effect is the best.