Shuffle Bone





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Published on Nov 15, 2011

When I came across the Seek-a-Treat Shuffle Bone puzzle toy at my local Walgreen's last night, I couldn't pass it up - especially since it was on sale for less than $10!

I was pleasantly surprised to find that it's actually quite nice quality, being made from press-board (I think). It seems pretty sturdy and I'm more worried about Ronja knocking it into things (like furniture) than I am about her breaking it.

The concept behind the Shuffle Bone is quite simple - it has four sections with round compartments in which you can hide small and relatively flat treats ... or treat pieces if you prefer to use small amounts. The covers, which are set into "rails" so they don't come off, then slide to cover the treats. To get to the food, the dog has to move the covers using his (or her) nose or paw.

This video is of Ronja's first introduction to the Shuffle Bone and, as you can see, it didn't take her very long to figure out how to get to the treats. (It helps that she already knew a "find it" command, as we use this for locating treats inside cardboard scent boxes.) Of course, now that she's got it all figured out, it probably won't be as much fun for her next time we play with the Shuffle Bone.

Once she found all her treats, my youngest cat, Ratchet, walks up to investigate her. At that point, she figured it would be best to just walk away. Because cats are SCARY. Especially since they're not afraid of her. :D


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