Puzzles

Nina Ottosson Casino High Level Interactive Puzzle Dog Toy

Nina Ottosson

$45.99 AUD

Get ready to work your dog's brain to the max!

The Nina Ottosson Dog Casino is a high difficulty puzzle game and can be adjusted to make it easier or harder for your pet. With eight pull-out treat compartments and eight white bone pegs, you can make this puzzle more fun and customize it to challenge your dog every time.

HOW TO PLAY: The aim is for your dog to pull out the treat drawers and the difficulty level can be customized to challenge your pooch. Here's the simplest instruction for this game:

  • Place treats inside the drawers, and let your dog watch you put in the treats and push in the drawers carefully. Let your dog sniff out the puzzle game and try to open the drawers by pawing at it or using his or her nose. 
  • Try to get the dog to push the flap with its nose or paw in order to pull it out. Once your dog has begun to understand how the flaps work, you can make it more difficult by pushing the flaps all the way in before the dog begins looking for the treats.
  • The next step is to lock some of the flaps using the pegs on the top. Your dog then has to learn how to lift up the pegs in order to pull out the flaps. A tip is to place a treat under a peg. Once your dog has understood how the pegs works all the flaps can be locked.

 

Quick Tip! You can leave the treat drawers slightly open to help your dog learn how to use their puzzle and assist in finding the treats in the compartments.

INCREASE DIFFICULTY: The white bones turned lock the draws, teach your dog to first twist the bones to unlock the draws.

NO REMOVABLE PARTS: This dog puzzle toy has built in pieces that do not come out when your dog plays with it. 

SIZE: 14 X 12 inches or 35.5 x 12cm

DIFFICULTY: Level 3 Challenge - dogs find treats by combining actions

CARE: To wash your dog's Dog Casino, simply remove all treats/kibble and hand wash with soapy water, rinse clean and dry.

Usage Advice: Always supervise when playing, and don't let the dog chew on the toy. It is important to teach your dog how to use the puzzle, play and have fun together the put away until next time. These puzzles are very durable for pawing and throwing, but sensitive for chewing. Nina Ottosson toys are not chew toys.