These food balls and puzzles are a great way to provide your dog with good quality mental stimulation. They're kind of like playing snakes and ladders or ludo or solitaire - or chess or draughts for your dog.
The food balls are a great way to keep your dog occupied for a while on their own. Put dry kibble in these balls instead of in their food bowls, and the meal will last much longer.
Food fussy dog? It's amazing really, but I've lost count of the number of times people have said that, then give the dog a food ball and they're happy with the same kibble. Just a different form of eating, and much more rewarding as really, these food balls simulate a natural scavanging behaviour. They are also a great way to teach your dog to cope better with frustrations and be more patient.
Ofcourse, if you're having problems with your dog with food aggression or toy possession, or frustration anger, please do seek help - look at www.capbt.org to find help close to you.
The Nina Ottoson and other food puzzles, are a great way to have fun with your dog - these are interactive toys - great for rainy days or just for a bit of extra good quality bonding.
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