Your dog and puzzle toys

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  1. Elrohwen

    Elrohwen New Member

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    Watson really likes puzzle toys. He's stubborn and determined when he wants something and enjoys having a "project". He's not very smart about them and generally smashes them around until food happens to come out.
     
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    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    Merlin isn't allowed them since his method is also "SMASH IT! THROW IT DOWN STAIRS! THROW IT INTO THE WALL!"

    ..for some reason our neighbors don't appreciate it
     
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    Haven't tried any too difficult ones, we've had a tug-a-jug that was a flop, they really couldn't figure it out. A kong wobbler-Ripley smashed this thing around like crazy making a ton of noise, she loved it, I didn't like finding kibble under everything forever. The other two not so much, they aren't as forceful so food didn't come out. Kongs the girls like and I freeze for them sometimes, but Nero will just leave it untouched.
     
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    Oko Silence, peasants.

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    Feist has a kong and a kong wobbler, although I mostly don't use the kong. She loves the wobbler, but is very proficient at emptying it and it doesn't last very long. I imagine she'd just karate chop any of the plastic nina o. toys, hahaha.
     

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