Puzzles and games are among some of the best enrichment tools for dogs. In fact, they are a great way to tackle your dog’s boredom and get their brains working. Khloee is a busy girl, so I figured the Outward Hound Kibble Drop Game would be perfect for her to try!
This game is very simple. All you have to do is pour kibble or treats into the top opening. The food will distribute into each of the four compartments. Now all your dog has to do is figure out how to get the treats out! It didn’t take Khloee long to realize that she could open the flaps with her nose. Each flap has a hole so your dog can smell and/or see the goodies that await them!
McKenzie Rae also got the hang of the Outward Hound Kibble Drop Game pretty quickly. Wynston, on the other hand, wasn’t quite sure. He didn’t really want to get near the strange contraption.
If your pup gets the hang of this game quickly, it may become boring after a while. I’ve been using it for Khloee’s meals. It’s a great way to have your dog work for their breakfast and dinner. If they are a quick eater, it will also slow down consumption. As you can see from the video, Khloee already knows the drill 😉
I love the Outward Hound Kibble Drop Game. It’s easy for me to use and clean. Both of my girls enjoy it, so that makes me a happy dog mom! Wynston STILL isn’t too fond of it. Even though Khloee eats some of her meals from the game, Wynston just doesn’t really know what to make of it. I’m sure that other small dogs would love it, as long as they are brave enough to try 😉 However, I think the Outward Hound Kibble Drop Game would be a wonderful tool for any size dog.
You can purchase your very own Outward Hound Kibble Drop Game on Chewy.com. It’s one of the less expensive games for dogs that I have seen, so it’s definitely worth ordering!
Have your dogs ever tried any treat puzzles or games? Which are your favorite?