Product Review – Kyjen Dog Game Treat Triad
An interesting puzzle toy for dogs who like to play games and figure out where their treats are at.
It is a plastic made puzzle toy with three arms, the dog must learn to spin the top part and then lift the lids where the treats are located. As long as your dog doesn’t try to pick it up and chew it (Sasha tried many, many times to do so, until she learned what kind of toy it was), it should last a long, long time.
You can place any kind of treats in this toy, I used some of the homemade chicken jerky (slicing chicken really thin, greasing the pan with olive oil, placing your oven on its lowest setting and leaving it to cook for about 2 hours, cooling and then serving as treats to your dog, or cat), and that seemed to go over well. Sasha ended up playing with it, after leaving it alone for several days and figured out how to get her treats out. Once she figured out the toy is full of wonderful, yummy treats, she spent several hours (with breaks in between for naps and cuddles), enjoying lifting up the lids and getting the jerky out.
It can be a noisy toy, so picking it up when you want to go to sleep is a good idea. It can also slide on the floor if your dog really gets into playing with it, so if you have carpeted floor, that might be a better option.
Final verdict: As long as your dog doesn’t try to chew this toy up, it is a good toy that will keep your dog busy for periods of time. It is fairly durable and can withstand a dog picking it up and chewing on it SLIGHTLY, or a dog picking it up with its mouth and shaking it about. You can find this toy moderately priced on wag.com.
Here is a youtube video to show you how the toy works.
Posted on February 2, 2013, in Product Review, Uncategorized and tagged animal, dog, dog toy, dog treat, dog treat triad, kyjen, kyjen dog treat triad, triad, wag.com. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.