So one of the down sides to having a smart pup is convincing them to use their smarts for good rather than evil all day. Chewing bones is good. Chewing trash is evil. Chasing balls is good. Chasing cats is evil... and so on. Needless to say I'm always looking for new ways to help Winnie use her brain for good. We get lots of exercise, go new places, see new people, learn new tricks, and best of all play with new (or rotated) toys!
I decided to try it and here are the results:
Like, Gibson, Winnie at first was a little scared of the wobbler. She guessed it was going to be fun but wasn't sure how it worked. After I swatted at it myself for a minute she got the idea.
(Sorry for the shaky camera and kinda long video... this was my first time doing all of this. I'll get better, promise.)
It's easy to use (the top and the bottom unscrew so it's easy to fill and clean) and both Winnie and I like it. We've been playing with it for a few days now and I'll likely put it away for a week so she doesn't get bored but at the end of the day it gets two paws up. :-)
And as far a "food" toys go we also like the Premier Pet Busy Buddy Twist-N-Trea and the Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball. For a plain-jane puzzle toy the Kyjen I-Qube Puzzle Plush Interactive Dog Toy was a big hit!