Puppy Puzzles & Toys

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Firstly, congrats on your new puppy! So exciting! I sometimes miss when my German Shepherds were little. So cute! Atlas had the floppiest ears. Ares I got when he was approx. 7 months (rescue life). Anyway, puppy toys & puzzles!

It’s important that you choose toys that don’t have small or loose parts that are a choking hazard. All the puzzles and toys below should work perfectly – however, I always recommend supervising. and no toy is indestructible!

When teaching a puppy to use a new puzzle or toy, always make it fun and use it as a training opportunity! Use your sits, and stays before letting them play and learn.

Choosing Puppy Dog Puzzles

If you are new to Dog Puzzles, I suggest you start with a level 1, The Puppy Smart is a great option or Dog Smart is a fantastic beginner puzzle.

Once your dog has mastered the basics (or they are already a massive smarty pants) you can move up to a level 2. The Hide n’ Slide Puppy or Dog version is a great option. So is the Tornado Puppy or Dog Version.

These can also used as a slow feeder or frozen with treats or dinner in it!

Choosing Puppy Toys

If you are looking for something soft and cuddly but also durable West Paw has a soft toy called Rowdies. These are super cute soft toys that have a durable mesh backing making them great for chewing and cuddling.

If you are looking for something for them to chase and interact with the Treat Tumble Ball or Mazee Slow Feeder Puzzle Ball are great options.

If you are looking for something to chuck their food into when in a rush, the Dream House SPIN slow feeders are great – I feed my boys out of these every morning.

Skip my ramblings and jump straight down to Puzzles & Toys ↓

Firstly, congrats on your new puppy! So exciting! I sometimes miss when my German Shepherds were little. So cute! Atlas had the floppiest ears. Ares I got when he was approx. 7 months (rescue life). Anyway, puppy toys & puzzles!

It’s important that you choose toys that don’t have small or loose parts that are a choking hazard. All the puzzles and toys below should work perfectly – however, I always recommend supervising. and no toy is indestructible!

When teaching a puppy to use a new puzzle or toy, always make it fun and use it as a training opportunity! Use your sits, and stays before letting them play and learn.

Choosing Puppy Dog Puzzles

If you are new to Dog Puzzles, I suggest you start with a level 1, The Puppy Smart is a great option or Dog Smart is a fantastic beginner puzzle.

Once your dog has mastered the basics (or they are already a massive smarty pants) you can move up to a level 2. The Hide n’ Slide Puppy or Dog version is a great option. So is the Tornado Puppy or Dog Version.

These can also used as a slow feeder or frozen with treats or dinner in it!

Choosing Puppy Toys

If you are looking for something soft and cuddly but also durable West Paw has a soft toy called Rowdies. These are super cute soft toys that have a durable mesh backing making them great for chewing and cuddling.

If you are looking for something for them to chase and interact with the Treat Tumble Ball or Mazee Slow Feeder Puzzle Ball are great options.

If you are looking for something to chuck their food into when in a rush, the Dream House SPIN slow feeders are great – I feed my boys out of these every morning.

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