For breakfast, Rufus gets a mix of Honest Kitchen dehydrated food and kibble. And for that reason, it would be impossible to put his meal in a treat toy…because it’s basically soup.
However, every single dinner of his is stuffed into one of his many treat toy options (click here, here, and here to see a few of our favorites). I think it’s important to make him work for his food on a regular basis and it slows him down as well. It’s a win-win.
Most of Ru’s toys are of the “roll around, knock ’em down” variety. These seem to work really well for him, but I decided to test his brain a little bit.
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Turns out this dude was born to prove me wrong. The joke’s on him – I love to be proven wrong.
My favorite thing about this toy is that it’s something different. As our dogs get older, I think it’s just as important to keep their minds active and to introduce them to new obstacles on a regular basis. Doing this in the form of treat toys and games makes it way more fun for everyone involved.
Do you use treat toys? If so, what are some of your favorites?
Thanks to Chewy for offering some excellent products in exchange for my (our) honest review!