Who has a good dog? You do of course! What better way is there to show your pup how great you think he or she is than by giving them a tasty treat? That's where treat dispensing dog toys come in. Not only will they be delivering the treats, they'll be providing fun, engagement and education for Fido. Puzzles are the most popular, but we've seen the 100's of options to choose from. So how do you know which one will keep your treat-seeking canine engaged and playing?
That's where we come in. Look below to find something you think your furry friend will love. Click on the image and you'll be taken to our video review. If it sounds like the perfect present, look to the right and you'll find where it's currently available and at the best prices. Buying treat dispensing toys for dogs has never been simpler...but if you need more help, scroll below the product grid for our complete buying guide.
from P.L.A.Y. $12.99
from P.L.A.Y. $12.99
from Ethical Products $12.99
from Aikiou $7.99
from True Dog $12.99
from Ruff Dawg $20.99
from Petmate $29.99
from DoyenWorld $17.99
from Planet Dog $18.95
from Ethical Products $24.99
from Petmate $11.99
from Aikiou $24.95
How to Buy a Treat Dispenser for Dogs
The great thing about a puzzle toy of this nature is that your puppy pal will be mentally stimulated and encouraged to keep playing while being rewarded for their efforts at the same time. Treat dispenser toys are great for pups of all ages, sizes, and activity levels. The problem solving play can be just the thing an old dog needs to learn a new trick, a young pup can use to wear him or herself out for nap time and almost any pup who can't be as physically active as they used to be from old age.
Treat dispensing toys help your pup tap into their natural foraging instincts. If you have a puppy or extremely active furbaby, start with something durable and that is easier to learn. One of the advantages of treat dispensers for your canine companion is that they can be used very effectively to slow down a dog that may eat too fast, which can lead to bloating and discomfort. Depending on your furry friend, you can choose dispensers that have multiple compartments. If you want to be in control of treat timing and the amount of treats that will be available, there are automatic dispensers that keep you in control, even if you're not home. If your furry friend likes to chew, there are also dispensers that require a bit of chewing before the treat comes out. This may satisfy that need...and keep your pup from chomping on the furniture or anything else.
You can see a full range of treat toys here, and come back often because we're constantly reviewing the latest introductions and giving you the inside scoop on its effectiveness, value and fun.